Newspaper articles provide an insight into what we consider a ‘good’ or ‘dignified’ death. According to research, the articles have revealed that, in the case of the elderly, a good death is primarily associated with a self-chosen end of life.
The Dutch House of Representatives is debating the ‘Cybersecurity Act’ soon. This law will give the General Intelligence and Security Service (AIVD) and Military Intelligence and Security Service (MIVD) opportunities for tapping internet traffic.
Interruptions in a patient’s consultation with a GP are often considered as pushy actions of (male) doctors that hinder patients. Linguist Ilona Plug discovered that interruptions can actually benefit the course of the consultation.
Astronomers have spotted signs of a ‘hot spot’ orbiting Sagittarius A*, the black hole at the centre of our galaxy. The finding helps us better understand the enigmatic and dynamic environment of our supermassive black hole.
If you would like to know how long it took to get from Eindhoven to Deventer around 600 years ago, the updated version of Viabundus - which is like a variation of Google Maps for the 1350-1650 period - can be used.
Maike Hansen, researcher of biophysical chemistry at Radboud University, will receive a Starting Grant of the European Research Council (ERC). Hansen will use this grant to study how cells make decisions about their functional roles.
Victims of traumatic experiences benefit from the support of their loved ones and the broader community, according to Professor of Psychotraumatology in a Developmental Perspective, Elisa van Ee, inaugural lecture on Wednesday 21 September.
Social media platforms such as TikTok, Instagram and Twitter encourage their users to scroll endlessly. But this doesn’t automatically imply that there is evidence of ‘doom scrolling’, in which the user’s endless scrolling is negative.
Plants anticipate potential heatwaves by already slowing down pollen development under mild heat conditions. This “overreaction” on the part of plants has negative effects on fruit and seed harvests when the weather is warm.
The issues that arose in the 1970s share striking similarities with our current crises, from energy crises and inflation to concerns about the quality of life on earth. Researchers from Radboud University have written a book about how Dutch parliamen
Is our multicultural society ready for a definitive separation of church and state? Young Christians, Muslims, and Humanists think not. This is the conclusion of religious studies expert Jeroen Jans, who will defend his PhD thesis on 12 September.
During the Covid pandemic, media stories have been proven to inspire young people to help others. Helping others also often gave them a feeling of satisfaction, concludes a new paper from researchers at Radboud University and Erasmus University.
Scientists using the Atacama Large Millimeter/submillimeter Array (ALMA) have for the first time recorded millimeter-wavelength light from a fiery explosion caused by the merger of a neutron star with another star.
Radboud University and thirteen other European research centres will join forces to develop a new, open European infrastructure for web search. The OpenWebSearch.EU project will be contributing to Europe’s digital sovereignty.
The movement of elephants through wildlife corridors is directly impacted by differing forms of human pressures and development, new research by Elephants Without Borders (EWB) and Radboud University shows.
Larger fishes are more likely to experience oxygen deficiency in warming water than smaller species. The same applies to fish with large cells, note researchers at Radboud University in their latest study.