Nederlands Tijdschrift voor Natuurkunde

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Het januarinummer is uit!

DNA dichtritsen en knippen met CRISPR-Cas9

Het Cas9-eiwit speelt een belangrijke rol in het immuunsysteem van bacteriën, maar kan ook ingezet worden voor genetsiche manipulatie. Het eiwit kan DNA ‘openknippen’ en er veranderingen in aanbrengen. Om deze techniek veilig te kunnen gebruiken is een goede voorspelling belangrijk van waar een Cas9-gRNA het genoom zal knippen. Lees er alles over in het januarinummer. Illustratie: Jennifer Doudna.

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Dutch Journal of Physics

A new issue of the Dutch Journal of Physics (DJoP) has been published! Issue 2017-4 is now available in the Dutch Journal of Physics App, which can be downloaded for free on the App Store and Play Store.

The Dutch Journal of Physics (DJoP) is a magazine published by the Netherlands’ Physical Society (Nederlandse Natuurkundige Vereniging - NNV). This e-magazine was developed particularly for tablets and smartphones and can be downloaded for free in the Appstore and Playstore. For those who do not have a tablet or smartphone a web version is available as an option.

DJoP 2017-4  


 DJoP 2017-3 DJoP 2017-2

 DJoP 2017-1 DJoP 2016-4

DJoP 2016-3  DJoP 2016-2

DJoP 2016-1 DJoP Light Special

About the Dutch Journal of Physics

The quarterly issues of the DJoP bring articles and items in English compiling the highlights of the latest three issues of the Nederlands Tijdschrift voor Natuurkunde. For current members of the society the Dutch Journal of Physics will be available for free (login required). Next to full membership you can opt for an English-language membership. This includes reduced symposium registration fees, other benefits as outlined on our website, as well as the three-monthly English e-magazine, but does not include the monthly copy of the Dutch-language journal. It is also possible to pay for any single edition.

With this magazine we aim to reach out to the non-Dutch speaking community of physicists working in our country. The NNV, with over 4,000 members, is the third largest physical society of Europe. It represents 25 to 30% of all physicists in the Netherlands, working in all sectors, be it in industry, at research institutes, or at universities. The NNV connects the various communities of physicists by sharing information through its publications and symposia, and aims at promoting the interest of physics in society.

If you are interested in staying informed of developments, policy, and progress in the community of physics in the Netherlands and you support the goals of the society, we invite you to register as a member of the NNV.