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5 Apr 2017: My latest autocatalytic sets paper, using RNA secondary structure to determine catalytic capability, has now been published (online) in the Journal of Molecular Evolution. A pre-print is available for free.

1 Apr 2017: My latest pop-sci piece about how we can all be "citizen scientists" is now available on Plus magazine.

9 Jul 2016: After a successful official opening at the KLI, my exhibition The Art & Science of Nature is now also available online!

Whim of the Week: In an effort to continue looking at the bright side of life in these worrying times, I've started a series of whimsical observations with funny, unusual, or inspiring things I happen to capture on camera during my wanderings around the world.

Upcoming travels

I decided to take two months off (March and April) to do some traveling and hiking in various places. Don't expect any quick responses from me during that time!

25 Feb-1 Mar 2017: St. Wolfgang, Austria, to do some hiking in the Salzkammergut.

8-13 Mar 2017: Rotterdam & Amsterdam, The Netherlands, to visit family and friends, and present a seminar at the eScience center.

16-31 Mar 2017: Mallorca, Spain, to do some hiking (and relaxing too!).

3-7 Apr 2017: Uppsala & Stockholm, Sweden, to present a seminar at the Centre for Interdisciplinary Mathematics of the University of Uppsala, and do some sightseeing in Stockholm.

10-14 Apr 2017: Prague, Czech Republic and Krakow, Poland, for some sightseeing (Prague) and to visit a friend (Krakow).

18-27 Apr 2017: Matrei & Zell am See, Austria, for some hiking in the Hohe Tauern area.

7-20 Jun 2017: Oxford, Sheffield & Newcastle, England, to visit several colleagues.

 

Contact

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Email: wim<at>WorldWideWanderings.net (just replace the <at> with @)
Skype: wimhor (not often online though...)
Twitter:
YouTube: WanderingWim (just click the link...)

Visitors:

And you run and you run to catch up with the sun, but it's sinking
And racing around to come up behind you again
The sun is the same in a relative way, but you're older
Shorter of breath, and one day closer to death...

--- Pink Floyd