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Speed Dating with Science

Speed Dating with Science

The longing for directions is great when the world is upside down. In the Leibniz Association, around 20,000 people are working to explore the issues facing mankind - and in doing so are pointing the way to new perspectives and ways forward. At »Book a Scienstist« on 18 August 2020, more than 50 scientists invited people to join them in their world. PD Dr. Matthias C. Kettemann, Prof Dr. Wiebke Loosen and Katharina Mosene from the HBI were also present.
Who decides what I can say online? How smart are our farm animals? What does aging do to metabolism? And how can we consciously moderate our consumption? Anyone who has always wanted to talk to a researcher in person had the opportunity to do so at the online science speed dating event.
The topics of the HBI staff:
  • Matthias C. Kettemann: Who can say what I can say online?
  • Wiebke Loosen: Journalism and its audience: about relationship problems and communication disorders
  • Katharina Mosene: The Internet - a technology of discrimination
More information on all topics and on the Book a Scientist event can be found here.


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