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LOWI conclusion: former employee did breach scientific integrity
Difference in microbiota between organic and conventional dairy farms
Daniel Peat Wins European Society of International Law Book Prize 2020
EP Member Samira Rafaela speaks at opening lecture Master European Law
New online national platform Sport Data Valley connects science and sport
Face-to-face astronomy conference consumes 3000 times more CO2 than online edition
Cells ‘walk’ to firm ground
Human disturbance of ecosystems leads to increase in disease transmitting mosquitoes
Why plants in wetlands are highly productive
Land van Ons and Leiden University start cooperation in peat meadow area in Oude Ade
Computers help wood anatomists with wood identification
ERC Starting Grants for five young researchers from Leiden University
Registration open for LeidenGlobal lecture series ‘Discipline & Place’
Three LUF grants for talented Leiden Science researchers
Scientists develop topological barcodes for folded molecules
A mathematical shoe-tying award
Leiden helps refugee researcher make a new start
First in Human Study with Novel Antisense Oligonucleotide
Scientists find strong evidence that wasting syndrome is same for all organisms
Cloth face masks can reduce spread of SARS-CoV
New KiDS result: Universe 10 percent more homogeneous than assumed
Paradigm-shifting theory highlights importance of substrate flexibility in enzymatic reactions
How microscopic scallops wander
Data science at Netherlands Tax and Customs Administration
Wanted: women with breast cancer for research on communication
Anoma van der Veere: ‘In Japan, awkward little masks symbolise government’s failure’
Ecological footprint of European colonization at doorway to Americas
Working in archaeological ceramic lab in times of corona
Questions in museums as a trigger to learn
New database brings structure to global fungal diversity
Balanced lethal systems: a quick guide by Ben Wielstra
Anna van Duijvenvoorde in Dutch media on social learning
Europe to foster social-economical impact of astronomy
New Associate Principal joins Queen Mary to lead online learning development
Hackers and Designers Summer Academy 2020
Restless Horizon, Richard Barret and Milana Zarić in concert
New scan method turns object inside out at high speed
Crete as melting pot: New opportunities for archaeological research of ancient Gortyn
New technique offers chemists unprecedented control in drug research
Five principles to preserve social trust in scientific modelling
Blog Part III: Lobbying in times of -Crisis: Good, Bad and Ugly
Melanie Fink on ‘The European Union’s External Action and International Law’
Melanie Fink on ‘The European Union’s External Action and International Law’
Europa Institute organizes online case law dinner on German PSPP-judgment
Flower bulbs to treat Alzheimer’s
AI based early stage design support for efficient buildings
Third Party Intervention to UN Committee on Rights of Child
In Support of Black Lives Matter