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VHL wins contest incoming trade delegations

VHL-winner-contest incoming trade delegations LC 2018

02-06-2017 • Thuesday, May 23rd Van Hall Larenstein won one out of five awards for the organization of an incoming trade delegation of the Province of Fryslan. There was a total of 17 submissions.  read more

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Student exchange week VHL – Sichuan University

Group picture Chinese and VHL students in Chengdu (China)

24-05-2017 • The Institute of Disaster Response and Reconstruction (Sichuan University – the Hong Kong Polytechnic University) and the specialization Disaster Risk Management (International Development and Management – Van Hall Larenstein Velp) have organized an exchange week.  read more

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Eight students will be visiting China

Students VHL go on a journey to China

10-04-2017 • In April 2017 eight Van Hall Larenstein students will be visiting the Garden Valley resort in Liyang in China. It will be the third visit of Van Hall Larenstein students to Liyang.  read more

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Field training for students Forensic Sciences

Students Forensic Sciences and police officers

05-04-2017 • It was an exciting day for students of Forensic Sciences (Biotechnology). An enclosed location in Leeuwarden, supplied by Nordwin College, formed the scene of the annual Praktijkoefening Plaats Incident (POPI – field training incidents on location).  read more

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Honourable mention for Marije Strikwold

Marije Strikwold

05-04-2017 • Marije Strikwold, tutor-researcher in the domain of Food & Dairy, and her co-authors were awarded a Certificate of Recognition by the American Society for Toxicology (SOT), for their research article about an innovative method as a substitute for animal testing in toxicology research.  read more

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Research luminescence of cremated human remains

Human skeletal remains

04-04-2017 • Tristan Krap (tutor of Forensic Sciences) and Kevin Nota (graduate and now MSc student of Forensic and Conservation Genetics at the University of Central Lancashire) have recently published an interesting article about research on luminescence thermally altered human skeletal remains.  read more

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I’d choose the same study…

Marleen Middeldorp, alumna Applied Animal Science

Marleen Middeldorp studied Animal Husbandry in Velp and specialised in Applied Animal Science. At the moment she is doing her Master’s degree in Animal Science at Wageningen University.  read more

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