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Oct. 16, 2023

New project: Science communication about and with communicative artificial intelligence

Helena Bilandzic and Björn Schuller have been awarded a grant by the Federal Ministry of Education and Research to research science communication about and with communicative artificial intelligence.
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Oct. 14, 2023

Digitalization for sustainability transformations

How can digitalisation serve the sustainability transformation? Which governmental interventions are needed? Prof. Dr. Angela Oels was local host of a 3-day international and interdisciplinary conference that addressed these questions. 

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Oct. 13, 2023

Special Issue “Evidence-informed reasoning of pre- and in-service teachers”

Together with colleagues Martin Greisel and Robin Stark, Ingo Kollar recently edited a Research Topic entitled "Evidence-informed reasoning of pre- and in-service teachers" in the journal Frontiers in Education. 

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Oct. 1, 2023

Expedition to Western Uganda

Markus Keck and Peter Fiener (Institute of Geography) and their teams have embarked on an expedition to Western Uganda, generously supported by BayFOR.
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Sept. 30, 2023

Workshop “Healthy Food and Sustainable Agriculture: Towards Transformative Practices”

Helena Bilandzic participated in the workshop “Healthy Food and Sustainable Agriculture: Towards Transformative Practices” at the University of Cambridge on September 20-22, 2023.

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Sept. 14, 2023

New book: “The Toxic Ship”

Simone Müller just published her latest book The Toxic Ship. The Voyage of the Khian Sea and the Global Waste Tradewith Washington University Press. Müller uses the Khian Sea's voyage as a lens to elucidate the global trade in hazardous waste
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Sept. 10, 2023

International workshop "Misplacing Matter”

From September 6-8, 2023 Simone Müller and Livia Cahn organized the international workshop "Misplacing Matter. 

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Aug. 29, 2023

Symposium „Evidence-informed reasoning of pre-service teachers”

As part of the biannual meeting of the European Association of Research on Learning and Instruction in Thessaloniki (22-26 August), Ingo Kollar was an invited discussant for a symposium entitled "Evidence-informed reasoning of pre-service teachers", which brought together renowned researchers from the Netherlands, Norway and Germany. 

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