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“It should never have happened”

“It should never have happened”

“What happened with Rambam, is extremely damaging.” At the same time, Maastricht emeritus professor André Knottnerus is not assuming the programme makers were deliberately malicious. Maybe it was a case of “ignorance, in combination with the pressure to score. But this does not make the damage done any less.”
Rambam tinkered with footage, apologies from BNNVARA

Rambam tinkered with footage, apologies from BNNVARA

MAASTRICHT. Two Maastricht professors were unjustly accused of ‘dishonest’ behaviour in the television broadcast Rambam in January. They were portrayed as scientists who could be bought. BNNVARA eats humble pie now that they have reviewed the raw journalistic footage together with a delegation from Maastricht University. The broadcastin...
UM requests full unedited version Rambam

UM requests full unedited version Rambam

MAASTRICHT. Rianne Letschert, rector of Maastricht University has no doubts about the integrity of the Maastricht professors Fred Brouns and Rob Markus. But she does want an explanation and that is why she has requested the raw footage of the TV programme Rambam. In the broadcast of 24 January it appears as if the two UM scientists would be prepare...
 “My phrasing there is clumsy, unfortunate”

“My phrasing there is clumsy, unfortunate”

A researcher selling his soul to industry. That’s how Rob Markus, who holds an endowed chair at Maastricht University, was portrayed – unsuccessfully blurred out – in a broadcast of the Dutch television programme Rambam on Thursday, 24 January. He was quite willing to discuss the possibility of ‘guiding’ research ...
Two UM-profs feel they were tricked in TV-programme

Two UM-profs feel they were tricked in TV-programme

MAASTRICHT. They were disguised but still recognisable: two Maastricht scientists who took part in the TV programme Rambam and portrayed as being prepared to provide positive research results for a charge. It concerned Chinese energy drinks. But the two, professors Fred Brouns and Rob Markus, feel that they were tricked. According to them...