If these quiet times working from home has inspired you to try something new and join an organisation, this may be just right up your street. Je moet Nederlandsspreken (It is a must that you speak dutch).
Staying active with Laurine our Promeras board member !
Although the country is opening up, most of us will still be instructed to work from home as much as possible. I’m an active person and love to move about. Working out is good for our physical and mental health, so the prospect of just sitting down at the same spot all day isn’t very appealing to me. So, during this lockdown I have tested many different workouts and I would like to share my favorites with you:
For whom of you like me who can’t sit or stand still when that beat starts, go wild, shake it out in our bedroom, living room or even on the balcony any time of the day. Wave to your neighbours whilst doing so! If you are entertaining enough, they may put you on twitter or youtube for a good cause!
My favourite Spotify playlists:
Best Latin and Reggaeton hits: !Viva Latino!
Swinging African beats: Ambiance #Afrobeats and Afrotrap
Best mix of all the above: Latin Village 2020
Effortless ways to shed off those extra calories gained from excessive snacking during the lockdown
Are you aspired to know more on research performed in other fields of science but face troubles finding the right sources and the need to filter subpar unsatisfactory information?
WEVOLVER is a community platform providing cutting edge news and information covering a vast area of technology and scientific research. Their areas of coverage includes and are not limited to artificial intelligence, material science and healthcare topics such as biomedical and bioengineering. Partnering with some of the top tier institutes such as MIT, Harvard, Carnegie Mellon etc, they receive and share first hand information to their 7+ million subscribers.
With its digestible articles that you can read on the go, WEVOLVER is a great source of information especially for us the ever so busy PhD candidates.
Peer-reviewed database on lab-products/kits and protocols
" Have you ever come-across a situation in your lab where you had to test many kits or products (eg: isolation kits, anti-bodies etc) to find out the best performing one for your experiment? Labettor solves your problem by providing a peer-reviewed database that consolidates knowledge on exact experiments and tested products (www.labettor.com). "
Labettor is an online research experiment guide in which all information about lab experiments is being brought together on one website. They are inviting all PhD students to sign up join their community. The first 1000 individuals to sign up and claim a ticket will receive a Labettor share certificate. For more information, please visit www.labettor.com/launch.
Labettor is officially launching in September 2020! Join them in their joyful event.
About time to write up your thesis but do not know where and how to start? PROEFSCHRIFTMAKENwill be hosting a thesis production webinar on the 2nd of June to tell you all the knows and hows. Participation is encouraged and free for all.
Young Medical Delta and the Medisign Community from Industrial Design Engineering (TU Delft) have created a Facebook page for students to pitch their project, ideas and research on healthcare-related topics or interesting innovations.
Working from home in times of corona. How do you make it work?
Finding it hard to define a clear time for work and yourself while at home? Distracted, not productive and engaged? Erasmus University Rotterdam is offering a paid workshop to help you boost effectivity while working from home.