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On hair balls, ink pads, and folds
Neatly rolled up in a cell nucleus of only a hundredth of a millimetre in size, our genome consists of approximately two metres of DNA spread over 46 chromosomes. Three Oncode Investigators explain why they are fascinated by the spatial organization of this tiny ball of thread.
Lindavan den Berg
Research Strategy
Geert Kops appointed as Scientific Director
Starting June 2018, professor Geert Kops will be Chief Scientific Officer of Oncode. In that role he is responsible for the overall research strategy and its proper execution.
AlexanderDuyndam
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Open call for applications
Oncode Institute has opened a call for applications for our Female Junior Investigator Programme. Up to eight excellent young females will receive base funding untill 2022 to boost their scientific careers.
TaleSliedrecht
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H.M. Queen Máxima officially launches Oncode Institute
With so much excellent cancer research already being done in the Netherlands, what value can a new organization add? That question was answered today in the presence of Her Majesty Queen Máxima, who officially opened Oncode Institute with an elegant gesture.
DesireeHoving
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An open letter to patients
On the occasion of the launch of Oncode Institute, we, the institute’s founding scientists, wish to say a few words to you.
RenéBernards
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The benefits of unrestricted grants
What if researchers were given money along with the freedom to work as they wished, without the red tape?
Hidde Boersma
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Successful partnerships
What do haploid cells, the common cold and certain congenital illnesses have in common? Each one is the focus of a small biotech company started by fundamental researcher Thijn Brummelkamp.
Hidde Boersma