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Executive Board column: interdisciplinary collaboration, from suspicion to snowball effect
How is interdisciplinary collaboration faring at Leiden University? And has disciplinarity been completely abandoned? I’d like to reflect on some concerns among colleagues and on our plans for the future.
Did Neanderthals use mechanically propelled weapons? Archaeologist Marie Soressi joins the discussion about the early use of bow-and-arrow technology
Nature News reported on the use of bow-and-arrow for hunting based on the research made on small points found in a 54,000-year-old cave site in southern France.
YAL AI Winterfestival
This was definitely a winter in which AI was prominently in the news. AI-based chatbots have disrupted our way of teaching and doing research, presenting both challenges and opportunities. On March 14, we hope to celebrate the last week of the winter with the YAL AI Winter Festival. During the…
Media, Race and the Infrastructures of Empire
Uneven, extractive and racist media infrastructures have long (dis)connected the world divided by imperialism. Yet, from the 1990s, discussions about the media and computing have predominantly focused on the ways in which our world has been positively transformed by new digital technologies and novel…
Online Minor Market 2023
How do you decide on the right minor? Did you know that some minors open the door to certain master's programmes? And what are the minors you can choose from? Learn more about all minors at the Online Minor Market on 21 March. There, you can ask the coordinators all of your questions, including questions…