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Secret of ‘Nobel laureate’ Simon Groot
Tomato greenhouse gets digital twin
Nature-based climate solutions
Secret of a good food choice logo – A tour of Logo land
Map shows prospect for a green future in 2120
‘Without artificial fertilizer you just perpetuate problem’
‘It’s time for realistic nitrogen targets’
Software speeds up search for new antibiotics
Talking, not brawling
Alarm in Amazon
3D camera spots sick cows
Consumers choose animal-friendly products mainly from self-interest
Eight million for animal welfare and vertical agriculture
‘Driving fast at night not smart’
Health is also food industry’s responsibility
WUR researcher wins 4TU Challenge with sensors for faster cancer detection
A call for help for planet Earth
Pee for Martian horticulture
‘Farmers can solve ammonia problem’
What’s state of play with bee mortality?
Urban heat lingers a long time
New light on riddle of bird migration
Climate-friendly cows require methane inhibitors
Nobel Prize laureates inspire Wageningen development economists
‘Extra nitrogen measurements won’t replace RIVM model’
Van Rijn Committee
Spinoza Prize for teams too now
CSI at sea – Researcher looks for life using DNA from water samples
Hoofed animals bad for Veluwe forests
Ant-proofing with special paint
Additional proteins could help endurance athletes
‘Not a cookie with a cricket on top of it, but in it’
WUR working on new-style solar park
‘Baby oysters are good news for North Sea’
Rice varieties found of slaves in Surinam
Nitrogen problem in five questions
Major consequences to disturbance of microscopic soil life
Permafrost is thawing, but how bad is it?
Mansholt lecture: Chickpeas and algae to replace meat
How do you track down food risks efficiently?
Malaria mosquito likes humans and apes
‘A new mindset is needed: drinking water really is finite’
In search of pipistrelle bats
Competition for growing vegetables using AI has started
David Ludwig: ‘Academics find it hard to deal with forest spirits’
‘Soya doesn’t come from Amazon’
Birds don’t like visitors
Torfs: ‘Science has become a religion’