Tag Archives: Research
For a scientist to be successful, a global network is crucial. International collaborations bring in new insights, different views on science and important sources of data and knowledge. These ideas are even more relevant in the discipline of ecology, where … Continue reading
I changed my office view again for a while… Up north again, above the polar circle, hunting for our beloved plants. With a tight schedule and lots to do, but hopes are high for amazing output. I’ll keep you updated!
That it was an interesting and informative read, she wrote me about my latest paper. Happy that I took the time publishing it. And if I wanted to consider writing a follow-up for them. They even had been in contact with other scientists … Continue reading
I arrived at that point in my PhD in which future project ideas grow wilder than the yellow buttercups in this meadow. As could be expected, finding the answers to my first set of questions brings lots of inspiration for … Continue reading
Our new paper on moving plants featured on the EOS-blog, the blog of the Belgian popular science journal! Nice read for the Dutch-speaking readers of this blog. For all others: this was the English version.
… without getting anywhere! I am working on some very interesting global models now, bringing together all the data from our colleagues in mountain regions all over the world. I aim to bring together all this data to make maps … Continue reading