This Week’s Discoveries Archive

this weeks discoveries

Every Tuesday from 13.00 until 13.40!
Scientists from our faculty will present their most recent discoveries. This “lunch-colloquium” will take place in De Sitterzaal (Groundlevel J.H.Oortgebouw, Niels Bohrweg 2) and lasts from 13.00 until 13.40 o’clock. Everybody is welcome. The short presentations (15 minutes followed by 5 minutes of discussion) will be such that everybody should be able to understand what has been discovered. A lunch to Discover is provided at 12.45 near De Sitterzaal.

Archive

25-11-2014 Bastiaan Florijn - LION
"Holey Sheet! A programmable mechanical metamaterial"
 
18-11-2014 Pieter Adriaans - Lorentz Center highlight
"Facticity, Creativity and Complexity"
 
Hugo van Ingen - LIC
"Zooming in on the molecular basis of chromatin function by NMR; why 1+1=2 is not trivial"
 
11-11-2014 Honour students - Faculty of Science
"Honour class Crisis in Biology"
 
04-11-2014 Frank Takes - LIACS
"Algorithms for Analyzing and Mining Real-World Graphs"
 
Anthony Brown - Sterrewacht
"Gaia: one billion stars in 3D"
 
28-10-2014 David Font Vivanco - CML
"The Remarkable Environmental Rebound Effect of Electric Cars: A Microeconomic Approach"
 
Laura Heitman - LACDR
"Bound to Work better"
 
21-10-2014 Michel Orrit - LION
"Nobel prize Chemistry 2014"
 
Kartik Sheth - LC Highlight
"Reconstructing the Mass Assembly of Galaxy Disks over the last 12 Billion Years with ALMA, HST and Spitzer"
 
14-10-2014 Carel ten Cate - IBL
"Nobel prize for Medicine 2014"
 
07-10-2014 Dennis Hetterscheid - LIC
"Redox catalysis for a sustainable society"
 
Randall Kamien - LC highlight
"Making the cut: kirigami topology"
 
30-09-2014 Stefan Manegold - LIACS and LCDS
"Data Management for Data Science"
 
Marta Fiocco - MI
"Ranking and rankability of hospital postoperative mortality rates in colorectal cancer surgery"
 
23-09-2014 Annemarie Meijer - IBL
"Autophagy modulator DRAM1 links pathogen recognition to defense against tuberculosis"
 
Daniela Kraft - LION
"Designing Synthetic Viruses for Gene Therapy"