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Insect deaths still worrying
End of plant patents facilitates new varieties
Ecological study of solar farms
‘Animal Protection poses good principles for food system’
Corona from mink to human
Organic farming must make a growth spurt
Spectrometer selects rotten mangos
Algal bloom causes a thick layer of foam that killed surfers
‘Giving money is surprisingly effective’
Cabinet’s nitrogen policy produces 30 per cent less ammonia
WUR documentary about Texel whalers
‘Start-ups must show patience and perseverance’
Better pens mean ‘better’ pigs
‘Quarantine baking is catching’
Living in Saharan heat
Sun cream for trees?
‘Don’t focus only on food safety’
Hunger increases without school meals
Chasing plankton under sea ice
Corona reported in minks: cause for concern?
Applied research on climate-proof arable farming
First step towards developing COVID-19 vaccine
Zero emission requires fewer animals
Horticulture without water pollution viable
Remain in Arctic due to corona
‘Confidence in health care essential in fighting coronavirus’
Studying seals from a ‘flying limousine’
Fishing communities affected by coronavirus both economically and socially
Coronavirus gives wildlife experiment a boost
Air pollution map does not show farmers’ nitrogen emissions
Measuring plastic in Rhine
Researchers to remain on North Pole due to corona
‘Confidence in health care essential in fighting coronavirus’
1500 additional corona tests per day
An online first for PhD couple
Do animals get coronavirus?
Integral research on effects of pesticides
Chlamydia bacteria live a lonely life in Arctic Ocean
WUR is investing four million euros on self-learning models: a digital twins baby boom
‘World full of optimists is boring’
Nuclear physics helps detect fraud
Tree rings predict future
Vici grants for Testerink and Ettema
‘Rapid spread of coronavirus is worrying’
Antibodies as couriers for medicines
Heat kills Japanese knotweed roots
Possibly more food wasted than previously thought
‘Tenure track is a non-stop race’