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Students Neeraja Dharan: Adventures in Freiburg

"I distinctly remember my first thought a few hours after arriving in Germany: everything is on schedule. The trains and buses arrived exactly on time and left precisely thirty seconds later. Everyone was dressed in business attire, had no time to waste, and were set on getting to work..."

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Mini-moons and shooting stars: how lethal are our skies? Mini-moons and shooting stars: how lethal are our skies?

One day about 66 million years ago, life thrived on earth and all was fine. And then a ten-kilometre wide asteroid hit what is now Mexico’s Yucatan Peninsula, triggering the rapid, planet-wide extinction of most of the world’s plants and animals.
And it could happen again.

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Aimee van Wynsberghe BSc’06 (Cell Biology)

Aimee van Wynsberghe BSc’06 (Cell Biology)

The advent of ethical robotics
Aimee van Wynsberghe is helping shape the 'humans behind the robots'.

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