Column Sjoukje Osinga: Lost in lists

Column
Entering the grades is easy. In theory.

[Seriously?] Make WUR Green Again!

Organisation
Student
Kooky news.

‘I feel obliged to stay optimistic’

In-depth
Science
In conversation with Professor of Belowground Interactions Liesje Mommer.

Flavours of WUR: Ajiaco

Student
Julian Gomez (29) and Isabella Castro (28) from Colombia, share a recipe…

A class of its own: Looking at art for credits

In-depth
Student
A series on outstanding education.

[The Proposition] ‘Too much wisdom is bad for creativity’

Science
PhD candidates explain their most thought-provoking proposition. This time Tom Theeuwen.

WUR to take decision on collaboration with fossil industry this summer

Organisation
Let’s explore Fossil Fuels changes direction.

New coffee machines, higher cholesterol levels?

Organisation
Science
WUR coffee contains cafestol, which may increase cholesterol levels. What’s that about?

Column Guido Camps: Same old, same old: ChatGPT

Column
'Innovation and technology will always ensure that students get a different education…

Insect screens in Zambia: less malaria, more income

Science
Insect screens in houses save families from disease and loss of income.