New Scientist published a special Utrecht Life Sciences issue on top science. Inside is an interview with Alexander van Oudenaarden, director of the Hubrecht Institute.

The special issue of New Scientist is dedicated to partners of Utrecht Life Sciences (ULS). The goal of ULS is to intensify cooperation in the areas of education, research & innovation by providing shared infrastructures, scouting & educating talented people, creating access to scarce expertise and databases, and increasing access to external grants & funds for its partners, of which the Hubrecht Institute is one, together with Utrecht University, University Medical Center Utrecht, Utrecht University of Applied Sciences, regional government and major life sciences companies like Nutricia Research.

Inside the special issue (Dutch) is an interview (English) with Alexander van Oudenaarden, director of the Hubrecht Institute and winner of the 2017 Spinoza Prize. Furthermore, there is attention for the research of the group of Marvin Tanenbaum.