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"I recommend you listen to the radio more (often)!”

"I recommend you listen to the radio more (often)!”

How do researchers live during the corona crisis - and what advice do they have for working from home? The online magazine "Leibniz" provides an insight into the everyday life of researchers working in one of the current 96 member institutes of the Leibniz Association. Under the title "One of 20,000: At Home", Dr. Hans-Ulrich Wagner talks about his home office on 22 May 2020. You can read the article here.

"How are the Leibniz researchers doing in the midst of the corona crisis? How are they coping in their home offices with this completely new everyday life? We asked them what has changed for them as a result of corona, what strategies they have developed for living with the pandemic - and what they are already looking forward to once the pandemic is over. This time we sent our corona questionnaire to Hamburg: to the communication scientist Hans-Ulrich Wagner."

Photo: Hans-Ulrich Wagner


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