IBED in the media
IBED researchers frequently appear in the media to present their research and its applications to a wider audience to strengthen the link between Science and Society. Here you can find an overview of IBED research that appeared in magazines/newspapers or was broadcasted on radio/TV (mainly in Dutch).
Fieldwork in Lake Markermeer
Aquatic Ecologist Harm van der Geest explains in the newspaper Noordhollands Dagblad about the ecosystem Lake Markermeer.
Sponges in Amsterdam waters
Marine biologist Jasper de Goeij talks in the radioshow 'Met Het Oog Op Morgen' about his research on sponges, both in the Amsterdam waters as well as abroad.
Landscape in a hollow tooth
Paleo-ecologist Bas van Geel about his research on plant remain in the 'hollow tooths' of extinct animals like the Woolly rhinoceros in the Dutch newspaper Trouw.
Antarctic krill victim of its own success?
Professor in Theoretical Ecology André de Roos was in the newspaper Volkskrant about his recently published paper in Nature Ecology & Evolution, discussing the link between climate and population dynamics of Krill.