My brief appearance in Downton Abbey: Nature readers share stories of side gigs

From rugby refereeing to film and television work, a poll reveals scientists’ first jobs and what they learnt from...

Shock election win by the far right worries academics in the Netherlands

If Geert Wilders’s party can form government, it could restrict international students and scrap key climate policies. Science Magazine...

Waiting on tables, mending puppets: the first jobs that shaped researchers’ careers

Many scientists credit teenage jobs and university or summer side roles for imparting important transferable skills and valuable life...

It is not in your head – some people develop long covid like symptoms after their shot

Investigation: Rare adverse reactions after Covid vaccinations After the introduction of the Covid vaccinations, an international community evolved consisting...

Get your coronavirus test, join the party: Experimental mass events in the Netherlands draw fire

Science Magazine, 29-4-2021 / online 27-4-2021 The Eurovision Song Contest, known best for its over-the-top performances and outrageous costumes,...

Suspicions grow that nanoparticles in Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine trigger rare allergic reactions

Science Magazine   Severe allergy-like reactions in at least eight people who received the COVID-19 vaccine produced by Pfizer...

Is New Zealand ‘a particular case’ or does it show what would have been our best bet?

“I thought everyone would be going down the elimination path and follow the success of Asia.” Reporters Online Exclusive...

More people are getting COVID-19 twice, suggesting immunity wanes quickly in some

The growing group of people who get sick twice suggests protection can wane relatively quickly. Or something else might...

“Scotland’s First Minister Nicola Sturgeon said no one will be intentionally exposed to this virus.”

Global Public Health Professor Devi Sridhar What should we do to save and improve WHO? What has made the...

Corona: Why the Western world is so reluctant to learn from Asia

The corona crisis painfully exposes the vulnerabilities of the usually dominant West. Not the virus itself, but society will...

Jop de Vrieze

Jop de Vrieze (1983) has been working as a freelance science journalist since 2008. He combines investigative in-depth reporting with a narrative style and focuses on the interface between science and society and has won several awards.


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