14 July 2021

The vacation season just started. Now that most of us are vaccinated, this fortunately offers more opportunities to organize a nice trip. This is what everyone is ready for. Because of the COVID-19 restrictions, we have been home a lot lately and we could not go out as much.

The work also remained different, more working at home and only going to work to do practical things. Nevertheless, all of us have been able to achieve wonderful scientific results that we have shared extensively in our newsletters and on the website. I am particularly proud of this, all the more so because I know the major efforts that this requires. These scientific successes also give great satisfaction, especially if you can celebrate this with your team.

Meanwhile, we can all get together more, for promotions and other occasions. It would be great if we could pick up our normal life more and more after the vacation period. But for now, we are going to relax for a while, distance ourselves from work, do fun things and, meet friends and family. I wish you lots of fun and stay healthy,

Happy summer greetings,

René Bindels 

Scientific Director RIMLS

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