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Frederik Pruijn
Frederik Pruijn
Frederik Pruijn obtained his PhD in Pharmacochemistry at the Vrije Universiteit in Amsterdam. Since 1992 he has been affiliated with the University of Auckland, New Zealand, and is a Senior Research Fellow in the Auckland Cancer Society Research Centre.


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Apr. 16, 2011 10:27 pm
It has gone a wee bit quiet on the front of the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) and we can only assume they are running tests and ramping up the energy (when I checked the website on 3 March it said “NO BEAM” and “no beam until lunch time at least”). It is hard to believe that this mega-billion dollar project has to wait for somebody to finish his/her lunch so there must be more compelling reasons...  Read More
Sep. 25, 2010 10:43 pm
Finally, another urban myth debunked, and something we have known all along: the twin in the lower bed lives longer than his/her twin sibling in the upper bed. You don’t believe me? Well, apparently Einstein predicted this in his theory of relativity and scientists have now proven it . You can listen to the Podcast Interview or download the transcript of the Podcast here . I expect these to...  Read More
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No Worries, We Are NOT Vulnerable To The OpenSSL Bug

We do not use OpenSSL here at or No need to worry or change passwords here because of the widely-publicized Heartbleed Bug. We have suffered two short outages recently presumably because much of the Internet transport infrastructure does rely on OpenSSL and they have been updating their systems.

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