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Voordracht over de anatomie door Andreas Bonn voor het departement der Tekenkunde van Felix Meritis (1792)
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One of the first series of X-rays ever produced, by Josef Maria Eder and Eduard Valenta
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Illustration produced in 1745 by Gautier D’Agoty, based on cadavers dissected by Joseph Duverney
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A photo-micrograph by Arthur E. Smith from the book Nature through Microscope & Camera (1909) by Richard Kerr
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Jellyfish drawn by the German biologist Ernst Haeckel (1879–81)
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Zaal der Natuurkunde in Felix Meritis, 1789

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The promise of cancer immunotherapy: from research and industry to the clinic

The treatment of cancer has long rested on three pillars: chemotherapy, surgery, and radiation. But in recent years, a fourth pillar has emerged: immunotherapy. The idea of harnessing the immune system to fight cancer has already moved from the lab to the clinic, thanks to technologies such as checkpoint inhibitors and genetically engineered immune cells. Ton Schumacher and Hans van Eenennaam will discuss how immunotherapy is starting to revolutionize the treatment of cancer.
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Changes in the world of scientific publishing

The rules and habits of scientific publishing are rapidly changing. But why are the big publishing firms still so powerful that authors do not receive any financial compensation for their work, have to pay to get their manuscripts published or to read their own publications, and have to give up their copyrights? What are the pro’s and cons of Open Access? Why is the number of new scientific journals exploding? How reliable are the contents of scientific journals? What is the value of the peer review system? And – most relevant today – how can a scientist be judged by his or her publications?
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De (on)mogelijkheden van academisch geneesmiddelen onderzoek

Het is mooi dat nieuwe geneesmiddelen ontdekt en gemaakt worden waardoor de kwaliteit van leven sterk toeneemt. Maar de kosten voor de maatschappij zijn op termijn niet meer op te brengen.
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Spectacular physics and observations of the universe using gravitational waves

Scientific Meeting Genootschap On Wednesday 31 October 2018 you are welcome at the Scientific Meeting of the Genootschap. The theme of the meeting is “Spectacular physics and observations of the
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Application of ArtificiaI Intelligence in daily live and clinic

Scientific Meeting Genootschap On Tuesday 12 June 2018 you are welcome at the Scientific Meeting of the Genootschap. The theme of the meeting is “Application of ArtificiaI Intelligence in daily
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Can we train our genes?

Scientific Meeting Genootschap On Thursday 18 January 2018 you are welcome at the Scientific Meeting of the Genootschap. The theme of the meeting is “How flexible is the epigenetic composition
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