One RUG graduate worked together with LifeLines to find out how the Dutch became the tallest people in the world.
How do you avoid watching cat videos when you should be writing your master’s thesis? Ioanna Katidioti has tips.
A cream made with red chili peppers causes a burning sensation, and Marten Harbers used it to simulate neuralgia.
RUG professor Groothuis fears for his seal pup research in the Dollard area now that a new seal rescue has opened.
Elderly people on the roads does not make traffic safer, but taking away their driver’s license will not solve it, says Dick de Waard.
The winners of the Famelab qualifying rounds in Groningen competed on Friday in Utrecht for a spot in the finale .
Chemistry bachelor’s student Marieke Veenstra has a publication in the top-class journal Science – after only three months in the lab.
Super fast particles that bombard the earth mainly originate from our own galaxy, but what makes them so fast?
Do you know why you should clean up your room or how the Internet actually works? Famelab explains in three minutes.
The entire Van Swinderen Institute gathered together for the moment: gravitational waves have been detected.
Serotonin is known as the ‘happy hormone’, but it can also make you less friendly.