Research Departments Physiology 20201208 Chaotic Xmas
8 December 2020

With not much more than a QR code, all participants were invited to join a Microsoft Teams event at 15.00 hours. It was, as expected, a bit 'chaotic'. Soon one of the organisers made himself known and started the game. Ten groups were formed and immediately after that the first questions had to be answered. Via Google Earth, LinkedIn, Instagram and fingerprints the participants were on the trace of the master hacker. After a lot of searching and difficult assignments, the master hacker was finally caught. Group 6 was the winner, Daan Viering, Malou Nuijten, Mark van Goor, Dick Thijssen and Charlotte Olde Hanhof turned out to be the best detectives.

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