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Management NAM: Is it ethical justified to enject waste water in the Dutch surface to provide energy for households and the industry? An essay with our statement from our point of view

Natural gas is one of the most important sources of energy in the Netherlands. Most of the household and businesses use natural gas. The NAM is an innovative company which delivers energy to the society and industry. 485 more words

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Cycle tour around Twente (NL)

Nie lull’n moar poets’n (Twente quote ~ make it happen)

Well, I did make it happen! A cycle tour in Twente, it was on my to-do-list for a while. 1,353 more words


Scouting Report: Bilal Ould-Chikh

Name: Bilal Ould-Chikh       Age: 18 years old (July 28, 1997)

Nationality: Morocco/Dutch   Club: SL Benfica      Contract: 30/06/2020  

League: Ledman Liga Pro   Height: 170cm,  5’7        397 more words

Best Young Players

Checking in.

I read somewhere, it’s not how much you post on your blog, it’s the quality of what you write. So Ive taken the last week to work on a piece about the extraordinary World War 2 history of the place I live in. 70 more words

Vamos los Pibes: Renato Tapia


Peruvian football is currently in the process of ushering in a new generation under the stewardship of national team boss Ricardo Gareca. 1,392 more words


Praising Twente

The green University of Twente campus (photo: “Galaufs”)

The University of Twente is located near Enschede, in the eastern Netherlands. The university has one of my favourite solar car teams… 87 more words


Bammetjes, biopsy and bioreactors: the technology behind In Vitro Meat

“Bammetjes” that was what researcher Anon van Essen called the structures that he has been trying to improve for the last four years. To learn more about the technology behind in vitro meat I spoke with Anon van Essen, a technician in the research group concerned with in vitro meat at Maastricht University and with Peter Verstrate, co-founder of MosaMeat, one of the first companies that aim to develop in vitro meat. 2,539 more words