On Thursday 24 May 2018, the Radboud Open Air and Radboud Rocks will take place.
Inspiring outdoor lectures from Radboud scientists about things you really want to know: What if we could print people? (by UMC’s Thomas Maal), Afraid of super intelligence? and Cameras in the workplace, is that allowed? Between 12.45 pm and 4.00 pm, you can attend different short lectures (of 20 min) all over campus, also on the Radboudumc premises (food trucks are available, organized by Vermaat). We will close off with a final lecture (in Dutch only) by none other than Arjen Lubach (Zondag met Lubach)!
Radboud RocksAfter that, you can immediately proceed to Radboud Rocks, with bands (a.o.The Brahms and Kraantje Pappie), DJs, and hilarious acts like the Great Student Battle in which student teams battle each other. We are celebrating Radboud University’s 95th anniversary with this festival day.
Radboud Open Air & Radboud Rocks24 May 2018 12.45 pm until midnight
Outdoor festival with inspiring lectures, bands and dj’s
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