Trees shrink during heatwave

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Trees can easily handle a heatwave, as long as it is not during the growing season.

Microbiologists are building bacteria that convert CO2 into food

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‘As is you replace the heart of a mosquito with that of…

A little wiser: How do you forecast a horrific winter?

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How does a meteorologists know that there’s a cold winter ahead?

Accelerated developments in integrated crop protection needed

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Growers obstructed in the fight against plagues and diseases, says Marleen Riemens.

Trust breeds resilience

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A population that trusts each other recovers more rapidly from a covid-peak.
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‘The court read our report very closely’

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Key role for WUR Discomfort Analysis in animal suffering court case.

Wen Ying Wu wins Cover Prize

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Jury and public are in agreement on which is the best thesis…
Een vertegenwoordiger van het inheemse Braziliaanse volk Quilombolas.

Indigenous lands in the Amazon under increasing threat

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This is revealed in a study conducted by Judith Verstegen (Geo-information Sciences)…

Inge de Graaf awarded ERC-grant

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De Graaf is to model how groundwater may contribute to food production.
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Heat mainly affects women

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Far more women are exposed to high temperatures than men.