The main theme of the March edition of Wageningen World, the magazine for associates and alumni of Wageningen University & Research, is WUR’s 100th anniversary. However, the articles do not just focus on the past. Eight researchers speak about current scientific developments that are making their hearts beat faster. Read about them in the article 'We can fly on fuel made from organic waste' in the new edition of Wageningen World.
Read about this in the article 'We can fly on fuel made from organic waste' in the new edition of Wageningen World.
This special edition also takes a look at Wageningen’s impact on society over the past one hundred years.
For example, read about:
Three generations of the Post family and how the job of a dairy farmer has changed drastically in the past 100 years: From 5 cows milked per 90 minutes to 120.
Wageningen’s contribution to the approach to environmental problems: ‘We must keep the earth habitable’.
One hundred years of new insights – revision of old findings can also sow public confusion: ‘Before you know it, a hypothesis takes on a life of its own’.
And also in Wageningen World:
Wageningen World Online
You can read the best articles from Wageningen World in the new digital magazine Wageningen World Online, in an accessible and easily sharable format.
You can still also browse through the whole magazine digitally.