As interest in the technology industry continues to grow, a sizeable cottage industry of tech podcasts has risen alongside it, from games and gadgets related geekery, to practical advice on getting sh*t done.
Several weeks ago the government organised an ‘appathon’ with the aim of launching a corona tracing app in record time. Experts complimented the government for the transparency of the process, but were sceptical.
Now that we’ve recovered from the first corona shock, we can tentatively have a first glance at a possible world after corona. The theatre company Wunderbaum seems to have the gift of foresight, as the film ‘Stop Acting Now!’ seemlessly fits the current situation.
Just over two hundred years ago the young daughter of two philosophers and feminists wrote the first scifi novel, and it’s one that is etched into our cultural imagination of the horrors of science forevermore. That novel is Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein. But how many of us have actually read this classic? If you’re not planning […]
Net voor het uitbreken van de coronacrisis ging de maatregel van maximaal 100km/u op de snelweg van kracht. Nu we langzaam steeds vaker de weg opgaan worden we opeens weer geconfronteerd met deze maatregel.
Author and journalist Dahr Jamail details some of the reasons why COVID-19 will not be the last pandemic in our lifetime. It’s a stern warning and difficult to hear right now: that COVID-19 is only the beginning, and that essentially it’s our own fault.
Every year, S4S (Students4Sustainability) hosts a big sustainability event in the Aula. The theme this year is biomimicry, which is the imitation of models, systems, and processes in nature to solve human problems.