Dutch Science Talks is an educational project initiated by Nuffic Neso Russia in 2015. We planned this project as the way to introduce Russian students to the current Dutch research and latest findings in the various fields: from neurosciences to music theory and urbanism.
In 2015 – 2016 we organized
Stereotypes or how does our brain deceive us
by Daniel Wigboldus from Radboud University. 6 December 2016 in cooperation with The Moscow School of Economic and Social sciences. Watch prof. Wigboldus' TEDx lecture (2013).
The gallery of Russian historical figures: general Wrangler and lawyer Maklakov.
by Anthony Kroner (alumnus of Leiden University). 7 June 2016 in cooperation with Dostoevsky Library. Watch the lecture (in English).
Russian-Dutch international relations
by Duco Hellema from Utrecht University. 27 May 2016 in cooperation with Russian State University for the Humanities. The text of the lecture is available here.
What makes us musical animals?
by Henkjan Honing from University of Amsterdam. 11 April 2016 in cooperation with The Moscow School of Social and Economic Sciences. Watch prof. Honing's TEDx lecture (2011).
American elections in American and European media
by Len Middelbeek from The Hague University of Applied Sciences 11 March 2016, in cooperation with CultLook and The Moscow School of Social and Economic Sciences.
Beyond the Creative City: Arts, Politics and Public Life in the City of the 21st Century
by Pascal Gielen from Groningen University 24 February 2016 in cooperation with Higher School of Economics and Garage Museum of Contemporary Art. Watch the lecture (in English).
Changing our Textual Minds towards Digital Order of Knowledge
by Adriaan van der Weel from Leiden University 22 September 2015 in cooperation with The Moscow School of Social and Economic Sciences. Watch the lecture (in English).
Geo-Philosophical history of water
Rene ten Bos from Radboud University 16 April 2015 in cooperation with Russian State University for the Humanities
Neighborhood Transformation in the Netherlands: Ethnic Teahouses vs Hipster Coffee Bars
Jan Rath from University of Amsterdam 18 March 2016 in cooperation with Higher School of Economics.