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Next year, we will celebrate our Diesweek as never done before! Every day of our Dienweek we will organise all sorts of activities . This way all LIFE members can enjoy the ‘gezelligheid’ LIFE has to offer after a long year of online classes. For the first year members, this we be the perfect week to get to know our association!

Diesweek day 1 - evening activity

We will kick-off the diesweek with a secret evening activity. Stay tuned for more information!

Diesweek day 2 - give away

On the second day a goodie will be hand out. More information about time and location will follow!

LIFE Collegetour

Is Europe on track to meet its climate goals in 2030? What role will biofuels play in the energy transition? And what is like to switch to a career in international politics as a scientist? You will have the opportunity to ask all of your questions to Bas Eickhout, Member of European Parliament for the European Green Party, at the next LIFE Collegetour!

Yearbook ceremony

The yearbook is finished! You can pick up your yearbook on Thursday, the location will be announced later.

Dies party

On Friday our epic Dies party will be hosted! More information will follow.

Drinks Bar het Lab - Shifts 1 & 2 INFO

Enrollment opens monday 10:00

Committee interest drinks
Symposium theme announcement - Info

Shift 1 - 16:15 - 16:30 uur walk-in, 17:40 - 17:55 uur leaving

Lunchlecture IGEM Delft

Friday 8 october 13.00 it’s time for the first lunch lecture on campus this year in Gorlaeus building in room 2! It will be given by the iGEM team from Delft. The International Genetically Engineered machine (iGEM) competition is an annual competition organised by Massachusetts Institue of Technology in the field of synthetic biology. The competition is carried out by students all over the world. The mission of iGEM Delft is to develop a modular, quantitative, inexpensive and rapid point-of-care test to determine vitamin deficiencies easily.

VerO Pubquiz

Dear students,
I think we’ve all had quite enough of all the corona safety measures. The VerO are organising a pubquiz so we can let go of the safety measures of the past, and instead look towards the Future! The quiz will be held in the Foobar on the 12th of October. You’re welcome from 19:30 and the quiz will start at 20:00. If you’d like to join, please sign in with a team, or on your own (in which case you’ll be put in a team) using the Google Forms. We hope to see you then!

Lunch lecture iGEM Leiden

On Friday 28 october 13.00 the second lunch lecture of this year will be in room 2 of the Gorlaeus building in Leiden. Last time it was the iGEM team from Delft, but this time it will be the team from Leiden! A big challenge in synthetic biology is the restriction of the spread of genetically modified organisms (GMOs) outside of the laboratory. To solve this problem, iGEM Leiden designed an open-source, standardised, modular and widely applicable Safe-by-Design biocontainment system for these GMOs. With their Double Plasmid Lock (DOPL LOCK) they strive to stimulate innovations in the field of biosafety and to accelerate the field of synthetic biology. Lunch is for free so sign up at!

Design Competition

This year will see the first design competition for a limited edition LIFE jersey. Design your sweater and send it in before November 1! At the next ALV, you can vote on your favourite sweater in order to choose a new design. The sweater can then be ordered. The designer of the winning sweater will receive it for free!