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"Tinder turns dating into a game"
Elisabeth Timmermans (28) and Shangwei Wu (27) have researched the benefits and pitfalls of dating apps. A conversation about status, monogamy, stigmas and — still...
Tuesday 17 Dec 2019
“Agricultural technology offers enormous opportunities for sustainability and feeding the world. But it also comes with risks”
What kind of impact will new digital technologies in agriculture have on our food supply in the future? Associate Professor Oane Visser (ISS) is carrying out…
Thursday 12 Dec 2019
"It shouldn’t be a case of ‘ROBOT SAYS NO’"
Three scientists share their vision and explain why we’re ready for change and shouldn’t be fearful.
Tuesday 5 Nov 2019
Jason Pridmore wants to cross the communication barriers between journalists, scientists, policymakers and public
Jason Pridmore (ESHCC) tries to cross the communication barriers between journalists, scientists, policymakers and the public.
Tuesday 15 Oct 2019
What’s the role of philosophy in today’s society?
We asked two thinkers to weigh in: Nizar El Manouzi, a double-degree student of medicine and philosophy, and prof. dr. Marli Huijer, former Philosopher Laureate…
Thursday 12 Sep 2019
Researcher Arjen Schep on the relationship between tax law and sustainability
How will we wean the Netherlands off natural gas? One of the people involved in this task is Arjen Schep, employed at the Erasmus School of Law (ESL).
Wednesday 5 Dec 2018
'Companies, show us your data leaks'
Companies should share details of their data leaks, says Bernold Nieuwesteeg. This allows researchers and investigators to analyse what cybersecurity investment…
Friday 23 Nov 2018
What are the most wicked problems of cities nowadays?
Empowering Cities and Citizens – a report.
Tuesday 20 Nov 2018
Mind, Body - and machine
Receiving neurological implants or computers can change how patient's experience their body. Doctors should take note, says recently graduated philosopher Sadaf…
Monday 30 Apr 2018
Jos de Mul: 'Our world has become so complex that we need to collaborate'
'The interesting and innovative part in particular is, to my mind, the collaboration between these faculties. Our world has become so complex that we need to…
Friday 16 Mar 2018
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