Kamercie is bringing some 𝐿𝒪𝒱𝐸 to the FMF
Locomotion is easily recognized on human scale, but do you know what the smallest (observed) autonomous movement in nature is? How do the building blocks of life move on a molecular level? Physicist Kees Storm (TUe) studies the mechanical properties of biological soft matter and mimics Nature's Ways to create new materials. In this Hendrik de Waard lecture he will explore the principle of motion. Get your (free) tickets here: https://sggroningen.nl/evenement/movement-muscles-and-molecular-motors
It Giet Oan! Join the A-Team in Ice-skating with Tjas at Kardinge. Bring gloves. Bring skates (or rent them)
A lecture from AIVD (the Dutch intelligence services). In English. Free lunch! Sign up at the FMF room.
Come play board games with us in the NB Canteen on Tuesday, February 4th!
Let the board know what you think of them, feed them with your opinion!
On January 31st the British will officially succeed from the EU. Come celebrate this with FREE themed drinks and snacks
A three hour session where students go over an old exam with the supervision of TA's of the course. Provided with coffee and tea.
Laughter is the best medicine, right?
Brexit kamerborrel is postponed. This kamerborrel will have a Belgian theme. Come enjoy some free Belgian drinks and snacks.