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Mutations in the mind
Prior to the corona crisis, philosopher Jos de Mul travelled to Bali, Hong Kong and Sydney. He discovered: the worst viruses are in our heads.
Monday 11 May 2020
In the media
“You have to think carefully about social embedding of artificial intelligence to ensure it has added value in healthcare”
Are big data and technological innovations in healthcare exclusively convenient, or complicated too? Prof.dr. Antoinette de Bont does research into the…
Thursday 20 Feb 2020
Around Erasmus MC are signs bearing the message: "This hospital is working towards a smoke-free generation". Since 1 September 2019 , the hospital and its...
Thursday 19 Dec 2019
“We have enough food, but still people are hungry. Perhaps something goes wrong on markets on which foods are traded”
Marta Szymanowska is Associate Professor of Finance. Her research sheds light on how finance can contribute to a solution of SDG2 ‘Zero hunger’.
Tuesday 17 Dec 2019
"Subtle factors in the choice environment shape our likelihood to eat healthy and make sustainable food choices"
Anne-Kathrin Klesse, Associate Professor at RSM, studies how consumers can be nudged to make both healthier and more sustainable consumption choices.
Monday 16 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
Endowed professor of chronobiology & health Bert van der Horst: "Your biological clock is of vital importance"
Our biological clock has far more of an impact on our health than we expect it to, says Bert van der Horst, endowed professor of chronobiology & health.
Friday 25 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
Alumna Cathy van Horik: 'As doctor you are always educating younger colleagues'
For the alumni platform EUR Connect photographer Marie Cecile Thijs portrayed thirty special alumni. Doctor Cathy van Horik is one of them.
Saturday 22 Jun 2019
Do we really understand the numbers we receive?
Governments, organisations and the media are all heavily invested in bringing numbers across to ordinary people.
Tuesday 16 Apr 2019
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