Nobel Prize laureate Guido Imbens, a Dutch-American professor of economics at Stanford University, talks about his work with colleagues to determine a way to measure the unmeasurable. Read his Q&A.





Dutch experimental physicist Eric Mazur, Academic Dean of Applied Sciences and Engineering at Harvard University, a successful founder of several startups and an educational innovator who is changing traditional education around the world. Read his full profile.




Dutch epidemiologist Albert Hofman, chair of the Department of Epidemiology at Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, is an expert who studies the causes of Alzheimer’s disease. Read his full profile.





Dr. Mark Brongersma and his team at Stanford University’s Department of Materials Science and Engineering get excited about using tiny structures to manipulate light. Read why in his full profile.




Dutch scientist Bert de Jong, who leads Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory’s Computational Chemistry, Materials, and Climate Group, talks about the prospects of quantum technology for developing better car batteries, biochemical research, and optimizing distribution networks. Read his full profile.





Dutch computational engineer Dr. Margot Gerritsen of Stanford University in California uses mathematics to solve a wide variety of complex problems and is recognized as one of the top teachers in her field. (Photo by Linda A. Cicero / Stanford News Service.) Read her full profile.



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Dutch molecular biologist Dr. Laura van ’t Veer of the University of California San Francisco is a pioneer in the field of personalized medicine and one of the world’s leading innovators in cancer diagnostics. (Photo by Karen Shuster.) Read her full profile.




Dutch astronomer Dr. Roeland van der Marel of the Space Telescope Science Institute in Baltimore has spent his career in the United States unraveling the secrets of the universe by measuring the movements of stars and galaxies. Read his full profile.




Dutch cell biologist Dr. Titia de Lange of The Rockefeller University in New York City is one of the world’s leading experts on telomeres and is working to solve the puzzle of the role they play in the early stages of cancer. Read her full profile.