Burning Societal Issues

Are you a driven student who believes in the power of change? Do you want to address important social issues and contribute to a better future? Then this is your chance to be part of inspiring projects at the intersection of healthcare and technology.

We offer you the opportunity to make your voice heard and influence the world around you. These projects focus on social issues that chafe or lack perspective. We want to organise a public programme and build a community around these pressing issues, informing, activating people and pushing the government to make the right balance of interests.

One of the topics we are focusing on is researching the impact of low-frequency noise on people. This is an often overlooked issue that can have a major impact on people’s health and well-being. As part of this project, you will have the opportunity to dive deeper into this issue, conduct research and raise awareness. Together, we can make sure this issue is no longer ignored.

Another fascinating topic we are working on is the future of the body in the digital age. With the rapid advancement of technology, we are about to push boundaries and discover new possibilities. But what does this mean for us as individuals and for society as a whole? This project offers you the chance to explore how technology affects our bodies and raise public awareness of its implications.

By participating in these projects, you will have the opportunity not only to expand your knowledge and skills, but also to make valuable contacts and make a difference. Together with other passionate students, you will be part of a community committed to positive change. Your voice and ideas matter, and this is your platform to make them heard.

So what are you waiting for? Apply and join our team of ambitious students who want to change the world. Together, we can expose, inform and activate social issues. Together, we can enforce the right balance of interests and make an impact on the future.

Make history. Get involved.

This project contributes to the following Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs):