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The fact that there is still plenty of room for growth at Science Talents and that we can be an active part of that, makes this a really great job.

— Think like a proton

The fact that there is still plenty of room for growth at Science Talents and that we can be an active part of that, makes this a really great job.

I am Peggy, Recruitment Consultants at Science Talents. I have travelled a rather atypical course as I am a physiotherapist / psychomotor therapist by training. For the first 15 years of my career, I worked as a therapist in a psychiatric hospital, combined with my own practice where I taught aerobics, gave nutritional advice, aqua gym and psychomotricity. Then it was time for something else and I ended up in this world.

Let's meet Astrid!

— Think like a proton

Let's meet Astrid!

Hi, I’m Astrid and I’m 23 years old. I grew up in the West of Flandres and recently moved to Mechelen, always in the mood for good food and meeting new people. In my spare time you can find me outside walking or rollerblading, spending time in nature and being with family and friends.

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Let's meet Tineke

— Think like a proton

Let's meet Tineke

I am Tineke Verleye and I am 25 years old. My home residence is located in Dilbeek, the town I grew up in. I would describe myself as an enthusiastic and social person who enjoys being surrounded by family and friends. I'm a very energetic person and always in the mood for spontaneous plans or adventurous trips, it's something that makes me very happy!

10 tips to optimise your home office

— A moment of Science please

10 tips to optimise your home office

Since the last press conference, it became clear again that home office is one of the most important measures in the fight against coronavirus. Sleeping in, wearing jogging pants, grabbing another coffee and then sitting down on your comfortable sofa to make the first call of the day, this way home office sounds like a dream. But we all know - after one year by now - it has nothing to do with lazing around. On the contrary, studies show that even more work is done during home office than in the regular office. But how can we make working from home both productive and fun?

Jordy explains his role as a Quality Release Officer