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Studenten winnen wereldkampioenschap met hightech ligfiets Wielrenster Lieke de Cock heeft het wereldkampioenschap snelfietsen gewonnen door met 120 km/u door de Nevadawoestijn in Amerika te fietsen. Dit deed ze in de VeloX 8 van het Human Power Team, een aerodynamische hightech ligfiets ontworpen en gebouwd door studenten van de TU Delft en Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam. […]News
On Friday 24 May 2019 the winner of the Justice Challenge was announced! Emma Morgan (LLM) and dr. Nienke Doornbos won with their startup Clarity Now, and received 2,500 euros of funding. This was announced during the very first pitch event at the Amsterdam Law Hub. During this event eight teams presented their startup idea […]News
A year ago, four students founded the Amsterdam Student Investment Fund (ASIF), an investment fund that exclusively invests in initiatives by recent graduates. ASIF now has more than € 1,000,000, an amount that the young board members will invest in promising startups in the coming period. The first in that list: Dyme, a fast growing […]News