Supervising students is part of every doctoral researcher’s job. Clearly, this task has its advantages and disadvantages. But what are those and what can you do to become a better supervisor? In Laura’s article, you’ll find out.
Different countries have diverse ways of conducting research. But how different is it in countries like the Netherlands and Germany (Radboudumc vs. LIMES), which are geographically close to each other? Let’s find out.
Laughing is the best form of therapy! But what is the science behind laughing? In this arrticle you will find out what we can learn from tickeling studies in rats and why laughing is important for our mental health!
Going abroad to learn a new method and bring the knowledge back to your lab can take time and effort, especially when the new method is something like Cut&Tag. And did you ever wonder how it is to do an internship at the Karolinska Institute in Stockholm? In this article, you will learn a bit about it.
Anxiety begins to set in as you approach the end of your PhD; you begin to wonder about your post-PhD future path, academia or industry? What is the next step after spending years obtaining a PhD?
Recent research shows that the immunology of pregnancy is far more complex than long thought and that it requires fine-tuning of various immunological processes: For a successful pregnancy, pro-inflammatory and anti-inflammatory processes must take place at the right time and in the right place.
Studying can be really hard! But here are some tips and tricks to help you remember things better – start hacking your brain!
Microparticles of plastic that we ingest in our diet might be a risk factor to our health. This article discusses potential burdens of plastic on our metabolic health.
Italian food has is very popular in Germany – but would an Italian approve of the way germans have adapted their traditional meals?
hile infant sepsis sounds quite dangerous (Yin), research shows that the long-term effects of this phenomenon might be beneficial (Yang).