New issue Amsterdam Science magazine out now

The seventh issue of Amsterdam Science is out now. Read it online or pick up your copy in the hall of the Faculty of Science, and learn what scientists in Amsterdam are working on.

31 May we celebrate this new issue with a special event in SPUI25.

Topics in Amsterdam Science #7:

  • Brain white matter disorders , an interview with Marjo van der Knaap, (VUmc-AMC)
  • Coral Reef restoration (Amsterdam Water Science)
  • Making solar cells colourful (AMOLF)

And more news from the fields of physics, chemistry, life science, mathematics, computer science and medical research. 

Where to find the magazine?

Amsterdam Science is available at various locations in the participating institutions, for example in the hall of the UvA Faculty of Science building. You can also read the issue online on the Amsterdam Science website.

Event: Amsterdam Science Now

On the occasion of the new issue, an event will take place in SPUI25 on Thursday 31 May from 17.00 – 18.30. Meet the authors and scientists behind the magazine and listen to professor Astrid Groot about the complexities of moth mating choices, Dr. Amber Kerkhofs about the effect of caffeine on your brain and Dr. Scott Waitukaitus about a new (elastic) form of the Leidenfrost effect.

Your research work in Amsterdam Science?

Would you like to bring your research to the attention of the Amsterdam science community and the general public? Submit your research via the form below for the next issue of the magazine. 

The University of Amsterdam (UvA) has a rich history dating back to 1632, when its forerunner, the Golden Age school Athenaeum Illustre, was established. Today, with some 30,000 students, 5,000 staff, more than 100 nationalities and a budget of more than 600 million euros, it is one of the largest comprehensive universities in Europe.