Celebrating the 100th anniversary of Wageningen University: Scientific journals

  With the celebration of the 101th anniversary of Wageningen University on March 11th 2019, the centennial celebration has ended. Today we publish the last blog post in the series about the 100th anniversary of Wageningen University. After highlighting dissertations, speeches, drawings, reports we now want to highlight the scientific journals…

Celebrating the 100th anniversary of Wageningen University: Collaboration

This is the fifth blog post in the series about the 100th anniversary of Wageningen University. In this blog post we highlight the collaboration of Wageningen University & Research. Collaboration is visualised using publications indexed in Scopus and data from Staff Publications.   International collaboration Wageningen University & Research is…

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Celebrating the 100th anniversary of Wageningen University: Illustrating science

Participants of the workshop and co-authors: Ellen Fest, Shauna Ni Fhlaithearta, Koos Nijssen and Gerrie Holmer. This is the third blog post in the series about the 100th anniversary of Wageningen University. We highlight the Image Collections of Wageningen University & Research by showing some fascinating examples. The collection contains…

Celebrating the 100th anniversary of Wageningen University: Speeches

This is the second blog post in the series about the 100th anniversary of Wageningen University. In this post we highlight the collection of speeches from Wageningen University. The collection consists of inaugural speeches, farewell addresses and Foundation Day speeches. The majority of the speeches is in Dutch.   First speech The first…

Celebrating the 100th anniversary of Wageningen University: Dissertations

The Library celebrates the 100th anniversary of Wageningen University by writing a series of blog posts on interesting facts that we were able to extract from our databases. The team behind these blogs consists of Joke, Anna, Marc, Gerrie, Hilda, Shauna, Annemieke, Koos, Marco, Jorik, Justine, Eva and Ellen. In this first blog…