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The Bobbing Forest [impression]. During the coming years the Rijnhaven in Rotterdam provides space to exemplar projects of floating architecture. The Bobbing Forest is recently selected as one of the temporary city initiatives to stimulate the vividness of the relatively unused area of Rotterdam Zuid. The projects act as a forerunner of possible new funcitions of the area. Initiator - Brotherhood Art Foundation. Artist - Jorge Bakker. Producer -  Mothership.

The Bobbing Forest [impression]. During the coming years the Rijnhaven in Rotterdam provides space to exemplar projects of floating architecture. The Bobbing Forest is recently selected as one of the temporary city initiatives to stimulate the vividness of the relatively unused area of Rotterdam Zuid. The projects act as a forerunner of possible new funcitions of the area. Initiator - Brotherhood Art Foundation. Artist - Jorge Bakker. Producer - Mothership.

"We have entered into a new era where immune therapies can be recognized as an important" component of cancer treatment,"

Training immune system to fight cancer comes of age

"We have entered into a new era where immune therapies can be recognized as an important" component of cancer treatment,"

Upon entering the curvaceous living spaces, visitors are bathed in natural light and views of the outdoors.

Solar-powered Rotterdam home wraps around an olive tree

Upon entering the curvaceous living spaces, visitors are bathed in natural light and views of the outdoors.

A lousy mug  Not bad for a lousy picture: Wim van Egmond of the Micropolitan Museum in the Dutch city of Rotterdam entered this darkfield photomicrograph of a fish louse (Argulus) in the Nikon Small World contest. Argulus lice pose a major threat to fish health, because of direct tissue damage as well as secondary infections.

A lousy mug Not bad for a lousy picture: Wim van Egmond of the Micropolitan Museum in the Dutch city of Rotterdam entered this darkfield photomicrograph of a fish louse (Argulus) in the Nikon Small World contest. Argulus lice pose a major threat to fish health, because of direct tissue damage as well as secondary infections.

Dutch architect Rem Koolhaas says the world needs to enter into an open discussion about how we want smart technologies integrated into architecture. Speaking at the Vanity Fair New Establishment S…

Dutch architect Rem Koolhaas says the world needs to enter into an open discussion about how we want smart technologies integrated into architecture. Speaking at the Vanity Fair New Establishment S…

This Forest Will Grow Floating In Rotterdam's Harbor  For a city that's below sea level and covered in water, getting more green space involves looking toward the ocean.

This Forest Will Grow Floating In Rotterdam’s Harbor

This Forest Will Grow Floating In Rotterdam's Harbor For a city that's below sea level and covered in water, getting more green space involves looking toward the ocean.

How a dead duck changed my life: Kees Moeliker at TED2013 - Kees Moeliker, 2003 Biology Ig Nobel Prize Winner, is curator of the Natural History Museum Rotterdam, writes and speaks about natural history, especially birds and remarkable animal behavior, as well as improbable research and science-communication-with-a-laugh.

How a dead duck changed my life: Kees Moeliker at TED2013 - Kees Moeliker, 2003 Biology Ig Nobel Prize Winner, is curator of the Natural History Museum Rotterdam, writes and speaks about natural history, especially birds and remarkable animal behavior, as well as improbable research and science-communication-with-a-laugh.

During a day trip to Kinderdijk, you will meet Holland below sea level. Kinderdijk is the only place in the world with so many windmills so close together in an authentic polder landscape. The nineteen mills, pumping stations, low and high 'boezems' (storage basins), ditches and sluices together form an ingenious water management system in the low-lying polders. This is a typical Dutch, world-class landscape with delightful views, overwhelming cloud formations and stunning nature.

During a day trip to Kinderdijk, you will meet Holland below sea level. Kinderdijk is the only place in the world with so many windmills so close together in an authentic polder landscape. The nineteen mills, pumping stations, low and high 'boezems' (storage basins), ditches and sluices together form an ingenious water management system in the low-lying polders. This is a typical Dutch, world-class landscape with delightful views, overwhelming cloud formations and stunning nature.

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