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Migração de zebras no Parque Nacional do Serengeti, Tanzânia. O Serengeti abriga a maior migração animal de mamíferos do mundo.   Fotografia: ©Martijn van Wageningen.

Migração de zebras no Parque Nacional do Serengeti, Tanzânia. O Serengeti abriga a maior migração animal de mamíferos do mundo. Fotografia: ©Martijn van Wageningen.

Hazel, this is what you have to trye next year!!

Hazel, this is what you have to trye next year!!

painting of Wageningen by Andries Schoemaker

painting of Wageningen by Andries Schoemaker

Travel Tips: How To Pack For A Year Abroad // Click through to read the whole post! www.girlxdeparture.com

Travel Tips: How to Pack for a Year Abroad

Travel Tips: How To Pack For A Year Abroad // Click through to read the whole post! www.girlxdeparture.com

“There is currently very little fundamental research being conducted into the effectiveness of trap systems in greenhouses and in the field,” says entomologist Rob van Tol of Wageningen University & Research. “What we do know mainly stems from comparative research: we see that a given system...

“There is currently very little fundamental research being conducted into the effectiveness of trap systems in greenhouses and in the field,” says entomologist Rob van Tol of Wageningen University & Research. “What we do know mainly stems from comparative research: we see that a given system...

Wageningen University - Such a beautiful campus! Cannot wait to study there one day..

Wageningen University - Such a beautiful campus! Cannot wait to study there one day..

But here I am, in the Restaurant of the Future, a cafeteria at Wageningen University where hidden cameras record diners as they make decisions about what to eat. And here it is, a bowl of rubbery white cubes the size of salad croutons. Andries van der Bilt has brought them from his lab in the brusquely named Department of Head and Neck, at the nearby University Medical Center Utrecht.

Mary Roach on Studying How Humans Chew and Eat

But here I am, in the Restaurant of the Future, a cafeteria at Wageningen University where hidden cameras record diners as they make decisions about what to eat. And here it is, a bowl of rubbery white cubes the size of salad croutons. Andries van der Bilt has brought them from his lab in the brusquely named Department of Head and Neck, at the nearby University Medical Center Utrecht.

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