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What’s for dinner?

What’s for dinner?

By Scott Nichols Somewhere near the middle of the century there will be 2 billion more of us on the planet. That’s a very big number of new folks to feed. Beyond numbers, the composition of the population will change as well. The world is experiencing rapidly increasing wealth and with increased wealth comes change … Continue reading

A Day in the Life of: Standards and Certification Coordinator, Haruko Horii

A Day in the Life of: Standards and Certification Coordinator, Haruko Horii

My life’s journey brought me to the Netherlands six years ago. Having attained a social science degree from Hosei University in Japan, and after learning Portuguese at Macau University in China and Coimbra University in Portugal, I wanted a new academic challenge in a different country. So I enrolled in the International Development Studies master … Continue reading

A logo, an identity

A logo, an identity

By Pasquale Comità, Communication & Social Media Intern During my studies in Business Communication, I developed a passion for logos and their capacity to convey messages, concepts and even emotions through simple visual artwork. Logos bridging the informative gap Knowledge and information about the specific characteristics of products are asymmetrically allocated between consumers and producers. … Continue reading