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Ieders eigen ideologische zuurstoffles

Ieders eigen ideologische zuurstoffles

NRC, Robbert Dijkgraaf, 30 september 2016

"Waarom lukt het zo slecht de waarden van de wetenschap te delen? Waarden die tot de kern van iedere gezonde samenleving zouden moeten horen, zoals het zoeken naar waarheid, de wens tot nuance, een gezonde dosis scepsis, respect voor feiten én voor onzekerheden en verwondering over de rijkdom van de natuur en de menselijk geest." >

Mobile DNA Sequencing in the Ebola Epidemic

Mobile DNA Sequencing in the Ebola Epidemic

Interesting article on the use of mobile DNA sequencing during the Ebola outbreak last year. The results are promising but there are still some limitations to the technology. >

SMB Start-up Impact on Innovation Healthcare

SMB Start-up Impact on Innovation Healthcare

On the 26th January 2M Life Sciences participated in the SMB Start-up Impact on Innovation Healthcare session. A very passionate Inez de Graaf presented Treeways innovative diversified pipeline and multi-target approach to accelerate identifying new treatment options for ALS.

Happy New Year

Happy New Year

We proudly present our new website www.2Mlifesciences.com and wish you all the best and a healthy 2016. I want to share this notable nature news that came to my attention as positive note for 2016! >
Marlisa Meijerink


Coach at the first session of the MBI Life Sciences & Health program

Coach at the first session of the MBI Life Sciences & Health program

15-11-2015: Start of the new academic year of the MBI Life Sciences & Health program. This year, the ventures are coached again by serial entrepreneurs, business angels, VCs, innovative corporates, entrepreneurial MDs and health (care) experts from Belgium, The Netherlands and the US. >

Pitch for OpenLab

Pitch for OpenLab

19-11-2015: Pitched with founder Hubert Mooren for OpenLab at the How to get there summit.
http://ece.nl/programme/how-to-get-there-summit/

The Mysterious World of the Human Genome  by Frank Ryan

The Mysterious World of the Human Genome by Frank Ryan

Your genome lies at the very heart of your make-up. It determines how you came to be from the fertilised egg to the adult human. This book sets out to explain your genome from first principles all the way to the modern application of such knowledge to personalised medicine. How could a relatively simple chemical code give rise to the complexity of a human being? How could our human genome have evolved? And how does it actually work?

Sea Slug Phyllodesmium acanthorhinum in top 10

Sea Slug Phyllodesmium acanthorhinum in top 10

The gorgeous, glowing sea slug Phyllodesmium acanthorhinum looks like the gastopod version of a neon sign. Described in the journal The Veliger, this slug was discovered off the coast of Japan and grows to only about an inch (17 mm to 28 mm) in length. This new species, which photographs in shades of blue, red and gold, also contributed to a better understanding of the origin of an unusual symbiosis in other species of the genus.