Together with EUR-affiliated academics, we review the year that was 2018.
Part 1: the year in which society revolted against ridiculously expensive medications.
How medications are slowly becoming a little more affordable
Together with EUR-affiliated academics, we review the year that was 2018. Part 1: the…
Part 2: the year in which civil rights emerged (somewhat) victorious over unbridled technological optimism.
Part 3: the year when the crypto hype changed into crypto disillusionment.
Crypto in 2018: ‘The year of the rude awakening’
We’re looking at 2018 in review with input from EUR scholars. Part 3: the year when the…
Part 4: the year in which cross-border collaboration came under the gun.
Why international collaboration seems bumpier than ever
We meet with a number of EUR academics to look back on 2018. Part 4: the year in which…
Do you remember what happened at Erasmus University in 2018? Test your knowledge in this quiz.
The EM news quiz 2018
Do you remember what happened at Erasmus University in 2018? Test your knowledge in this…
For ‘salt professor’ Ewout Hoorn, 2018 was the year in which he gave his inaugural lecture, was awarded major research grants and fought a valiant battle against salt. “As a scientist, you absolutely have to be ambitious.”
‘If you don’t relax, you extinguish your own ability to be innovative’
For ‘salt professor’ Ewout Hoorn, 2018 was the year in which he gave his inaugural…
What if it isn’t the gross national product that indicates how prosperous an area is, but the drinkability of a local river? That is the dream of Li An Phoa, teacher at the Rotterdam School of Management.
This lecturer hiked along the Maas for sixty days and wants to make the river drinkable again
What if it isn't the gross national product that indicates how prosperous an area is, but…
Lukas Ries had never even heard of techno before moving to Rotterdam. In 2018, the Economics student became one of the newest faces in the city’s underground electronic music, performing at Blijdorp Winter Festival and even a party in the capital of Azerbaijan.
The economics student casually DJing in Azerbaijan
Lukas Ries had never even heard of techno before moving to Rotterdam. In 2018, the…
Nizar El Manouzi is an incredibly multi-talented individual. He’s studying Medicine and Philosophy, he launched a diversity working group at Erasmus MC this year, and he became a member of the University Council. If that wasn’t enough, he also made his acting debut this year in the Dutch feature film Catacombe.
‘What I want most is to be able to prevent any child from ever being seriously ill’
Nizar El Manouzi is an incredibly multi-talented individual
Already at the elementary school they called Renske Keizer ‘little professor’ and this year she became a full-time professor. “My tip for young researchers: always ask a question at a meeting.”
Professor Keizer never settles for a ‘just-so’ answer
Already at the elementary school they called Renske Keizer ‘little professor’ and…
Welmer de Groot is a medical student, conducted research on diversity in the armed forces as a reservist and was named chairman of Erasmus Pride this year. A conversation about being gay in a Christian community, being deployed to Afghanistan and his views on an inclusive university.
‘This university is diverse, but not inclusive’
Welmer de Groot is a medical student, conducted research on diversity in the armed forces…
Inspired by volunteering work in a Greek refugee camp, EUC student Nabeel Khan came up with his own project to help out refugees this year. Together with his teammates from Happy Container, he is about to create a community center from scratch in the camp of Thermopylae.