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The COVID-crisis has affected Amsterdam and the metropolitan area disproportionally: substantial unemployment, 5-10 months of backlog in children’s education...
A number of years of careful laboratory tests have now led to the first pre-clinical tests of implantable biodegradable heart valves and stents.
An effective and safe COVID-19 vaccine is on the horizon. Still, a majority of people in the Netherlands say they’d rather not take a vaccine as soon as it becomes available, but wait instead.
An international coalition of leading climate research universities, including TU Delft, has issued its first declaration ahead of the G20 Summit on 21 and 22 November 2020.
Most Dutch people did not change their diets during the first Covid-19 lockdown, but more overweight and obese people said they ate less healthily...
Human activity at sea makes a terrible racket. To what extent does this disturb marine animals? PhD candidate Annebelle Kok studied the effect on harbour porpoises...
There is a strong evidence for similarity in the biology of height across humans and cattle, as 39% of the genes associated with height in cattle were also found to be associated with height in humans.
The infection rate is rising again in the Netherlands, which means it may also be rising among Leiden University’s students and staff.