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Quick guide to stargazing

Imagine going for a romantic walk with the object of your affection. Wouldn’t it be even more romantic (and...

Million-dollar math problems

In 2000, the Clay Mathematics Institute noted seven fundamental math problems that were still unsolved at that time (the...

Logic, reasoning and the autistic mind

Logic. For many an unexplored territory, for some a necessary evil, for few a great working field. Most people...

Video games and the elderly

You may think of this as a very weird combination: video games and elderly. But actually, it’s exactly what...

Astronomy in the rain

It’s a beautiful summer night, the sky is clear and gazing at the firmament, you see billons of stars....

A Buggy Diet

Do you ever eat insects? The majority (80 %) of the world population does. In western society eating insects...

World Animal Day: why animals deserve it

Today is World Animal Day! Since 1931, countries all over the world have been celebrating 4 October as ‘Dierendag’,...

Smell the summer!

What smells make you think of summer? If you say: sunscreen, freshly cut grass, summer rain or some tropical...

In may lay all the birds their eggs

Can I lose my egg with you guys? I would love to talk about the art of laying eggs...

How porn can be a serious bonerkiller

Porn, virtually accepted right? It’s become a main subject among guys speaking with a hint of harmless machismo. Talking...

An Army of Plants @ Café Ceuvel

Once a shipyard turned into a polluted piece of wasteland in Amsterdam-Noord, “De Ceuvel” was deemed unfit for any...

How to use mathematics for love

If you walk into our Faculty of Science as an outsider (a non-geek) you might think that everyone in...

Micropia: making the invisible visible

The science of the invisible This year the first microbiology museum in the world has opened its doors here...

TED came to Amsterdam!

Free inspirational lectures, everyone should be excited about that! Even more so when those talks are being presented and...

Catching Criminals with Big Data

“Your honor, I plead not guilty.” This typical phrase can be heard in a native language daily all around...

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