Serge Rombouts, Professor of Cognitive Neuro-imaging, works at Leiden University, both at the Faculty of Social and Behavioural Sciences and at the LUMC: a perfect combination of his two specialist fields. He has been awarded a Vici grant for research on early-stage dementia.
In 1789 at Teyler’s Museum in Haarlem scientists managed for the first time to split water into oxygen and hydrogen. Leiden Professor of Surface Chemistry Marc Koper is now the first scientist to unravel the precise workings of ‘electrolysis’. This brings us a step closer to the hydrogen car.
Aggressive and criminal young adolescents end up a few years later using cannabis more frequently than their peers, concludes Leiden Education and Child Studies expert Merel Griffith-Lendering. The same is true for adolescents with an increased risk of psychosis. Defence 28 March.