Why is it so important to stand on the shoulders of giants? Eveline van Zeeland makes a plea for upholding the citing of sources.
Eveline van Zeeland
Eveline van Zeeland slams her laptop shut at online congresses where people are not the number one priority. "Basically, every study should have a specified amount of credits set aside for ethics."
Do we want to put ourselves on the map in terms of innovation? Eveline van Zeeland contends that is then high time that teachers learn to appreciate our most creative students.
How do we narrow the gap between science and practice? And how serious is this much-discussed gap? Eveleline van Zeeland-Holst is looking for the ultimate answer.
It is precisely now that government should focus on building and shaping society, and not on short-term political survival, Eveline van Zeeland contends.
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