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Calculating Sustainable Solutions

Shaping the ecological turnaround: Mathematician Sarah Wolf analyzes agent-based modeling for sustainability issues.

Apr 14, 2021

Deciphering the Stories behind Art

Religion and literature are the key to understanding Islamic art, says distinguished art historian

Apr 09, 2021

How Global is the “Global Village”?

The internet as a worldwide public sphere? Not so fast, says a new study

Apr 06, 2021

Crime Scene: Internet

European study led by Freie Universität on connection between cybercrime, personality factors, and Covid-19

Mar 23, 2021

Waiting for Spring

The new Coordination Office for Bee Health at Freie Universität Berlin aims to support hobby beekeepers, honeybees, and official veterinarians as beekeeping becomes a popular pastime in the city.

Mar 16, 2021

Nuclear Power Phase-out in 999,990 Years

Ten years after the Fukushima nuclear disaster and 35 years after Chernobyl: Germany is making a fresh attempt to find a repository for high-level radioactive waste

Mar 10, 2021

The Smell of “The Smoke”

What did Londoners in the past think about the air quality in their city? Historian Birgit Näther finds out

Mar 04, 2021

Decolonizing Our Understanding of Time

In the second installment of the Berlin Southern Theory Lecture series, the Indian historian Prathama Banerjee explored south Asian concepts of time

Feb 22, 2021

Like an Open Wound

The British Parliament passed the Government of Ireland Act 100 years ago, leading to the partition of Ireland after the War of Independence

Feb 17, 2021

Consolidating Knowledge about Contemporary Asia

Interview with the new board of the Graduate School of East Asian Studies / Next lecture in the GEAS Digital Lecture Series on February 25, 12:00: “Remembering the 3.11 triple disaster in Japan”

Feb 17, 2021