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- This Week’s Discoveries | 1 November 2016
The quest for the magic angle
Stack two layers of graphene, twisted at slightly different angles to each other, and the material spontaneously becomes a superconductor. Science still can't explain how something so magical can happen, but physicists use special equipment to reveal what is taking place under the surface.
Chemical Biology Lecture: Dr. Tom Wennekes
Joan van der Waals colloquium
The Joan Van der Waals colloquium is an ongoing bi-weekly lecture series.
Spinoza prize for Jan Zaanen
Jan Zaanen, Professor in Theoretical Physics of condensed material, has been awarded a Spinoza prize. His pioneering ideas about the collective behaviour of quantum particles and high temperature superconductivity have often given him the reputation of being something of a rebel.
What makes us ill?
Genes predict whether you have a propensity for an illness but environmental factors often have the last word: nutrition, air pollution, lifestyle, stress. The exposome as both culprit and chance. Large-scale research is being carried out into this at Leiden. Thomas Hankemeier, Professor of Analytical…
- ICAS 11: 11th International Convention of Asia Scholars
This Week's Discoveries | 18 April 2017
Feelings Matter: Emotions in Medieval Arabic
Leiden Lectures on Arabic Language and Culture (2018)