'Taking the train is a relaxing way to travel’
Colleague Rogier Bos, assistant professor at the Freudenthal Institute, travelled by train to a meeting in Ludwigsburg. In this video, you can follow him on his journey
Rogier: "Taking the train is a very relaxed way of travelling for me. I walk to the station because I live near. Then I get in and my journey immediately begins. I open my laptop: I give feedback to people, I read articles, I call someone or I get something to eat."
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Caspar de Bok
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Comfortable travel and work on the train
Tom McDevitt, project leader of UULabs
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'On the way, I have all kinds of adventures'
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