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Current Events │ 3. June 2021

Participants wanted for a Study on the Bioavailability of Micronutrients

Together with the German Institute of Human Nutrition and the University of Potsdam, we are looking for study participants for the two-day intervention study BioMiEL (Bioavailability of Micronutrients). We are looking for healthy women and men between 20 and 35 years or 60 and 75 years, with a body mass index between 19 and 29 […]

Together with the German Institute of Human Nutrition and the University of Potsdam, we are looking for study participants for the two-day intervention study BioMiEL (Bioavailability of Micronutrients).

We are looking for healthy women and men between 20 and 35 years or 60 and 75 years, with a body mass index between 19 and 29 kg/m2.

The BioMiEL study aims to investigate the bioavailability of the micronutrients lycopene, beta-carotene, selenium and zinc from a vegetable spread and from a dietary supplement. The BioMiEL study is a so-called cross-over intervention study. This means that the participants receive both the test preparation (spread) and the control preparation (food supplement) at intervals of approx. 14 days.

With this study we would like to contribute to improving the diagnosis and prevention of risk factors in old age.

As a thank you for participating, the test persons will receive a small surprise after each visit and participants without a monthly/semester ticket will be paid a travel allowance of 10€.

Are you interested in the study and would like to learn more? Information about the process, measurements and inclusion criteria can be found here: https://www.dife.de/news/studien/biomiel-studie/ .

You would like to participate in the study? Please contact us by phone at 033200 88-2277 or by email at HSZ-studie@dife.de 

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Current Events │ 28. April 2021

IGZ @ Potsdam Science Day 2021

The Potsdam Science Days will take place from 3 to 9 May. We will be there again this year and present our project BioKiK (Understanding the bioeconomy, come into the cycle!). Learn more about bioplastics and how you can easily make them yourself with our experiment video for children. Click here to go to our […]

The Potsdam Science Days will take place from 3 to 9 May. We will be there again this year and present our project BioKiK (Understanding the bioeconomy, come into the cycle!). Learn more about bioplastics and how you can easily make them yourself with our experiment video for children. Click here to go to our programm (German only): Link

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Current Events │ 20. April 2021

7th Annual ‘Life in Kyrgyzstan’ Conference – Call for Papers

October 26-28, 2021 The Institute of Public Policy and Administration of the University of Central Asia (UCA), the Leibniz Institute of Vegetable and Ornamental Crops (IGZ), and ISDC – International Security and Development Center invite submission of proposals for sessions and individual research papers for the 7th Annual ‘Life in Kyrgyzstan’ Conference, to be held […]

October 26-28, 2021

The Institute of Public Policy and Administration of the University of Central Asia (UCA), the Leibniz Institute of Vegetable and Ornamental Crops (IGZ), and ISDC – International Security and Development Center invite submission of proposals for sessions and individual research papers for the 7th Annual ‘Life in Kyrgyzstan’ Conference, to be held online during October 26-28, 2021. The conference is supported by American University Central Asia (AUCA), Mercy Corps, UNFPA, and the World Bank.

The confirmed keynote speakers are Prof. Olga Shemyakina (Georgia Institute of Technology, USA) and Prof. Zulfiqar Bhutta (University of Toronto, Canada).

The annual LiK conference brings together national and international experts from government and the public sector, development agencies, non-governmental organizations, academia and research institutions to exchange knowledge and experiences on recent socio-economic developments in Kyrgyzstan and Central Asia and to promote evidence-based policy making.

We invite the submission of proposals for entire sessions (comprising of three to four papers) or for individual research papers studying various aspects of socio-economic development in Kyrgyzstan or Central Asia. We welcome empirical papers using panel micro data, especially panel data from the ‘Life in Kyrgyzstan Study’, which is openly accessible at http://idsc.iza.org/lik. We also encourage researchers to present other micro- and macroeconomic studies with the relevant topics of research. We encourage doctoral students and postdoctoral researchers to apply to participate at the conference, using this opportunity to receive feedback from senior researchers and practitioners.

The topics of individual submissions or entire sessions may include but are not limited to:

 

  • Living with Covid-19
  • Employment, entrepreneurship and informality;
  • Migration and remittances;
  • Poverty and inequality;
  • Social protection and social safety nets;
  • Gender, children and intra-household decision making;
  • Education and health outcomes;
  • Nutrition and food security;
  • Demography, population dynamics;
  • Rural livelihoods and agricultural markets;
  • Impacts of trade and integration reforms;
  • Public services and decentralization;
  • Social capital and social cohesion;
  • Peace-building, trust and expectations;
  • Climate change and its impact;
  • Sustainable development goals.
  • Micro-level data, survey methodology and panel data collection;
  • Methods of rigorous impact evaluation.

 

 

Please send your submission by 30th of  June 2021 to the email address likconference2021@gmail.com. For session proposals, please list a session title, a session chair (with name and affiliation), a session organizer (with name and affiliation) and the titles and all co-authors (with names and affiliations) for each paper and enclose a 200-word session summary. For submissions of individual papers, we prefer to receive and will give priority to full papers but will also consider submissions of 200-word abstracts. The submissions should be in English. Shortlisted applicants will be notified by in early August 2021. 

The academic committee comprises of Prof. Kathryn Anderson (Vanderbilt University), Prof. Tilman Brück (IGZ/ISDC/NRI), Dr. Damir Esenaliev (IGZ/ISDC), Dr. Saida Ismailakhunova (World Bank), Dr. Baktybek Kainazarov (UNFPA), Dr. Roman Mogilevskii (UCA), Dr. Kanat Tilekeyev (UCA), and Prof. Nurgul Ukueva (American University Central Asia).

The conference will be held online. If public health conditions related to the Corona pandemic improve by the time of the conference, the organisers may have some sessions organised in person in a venue in Bishkek to be identified. The languages of the conference are English and Russian. Simultaneous translation will be provided.

There is no conference fee. Registration for participation in the conference, including for experts wishing to attend the conference without presenting a paper, will close on 20 October 2021. For further information on the Life in Kyrgyzstan Study, please see www.lifeinkyrgyzstan.org or send a message to likconference2021@gmail.com.

Organising Institutions

University of Central Asia’s Institute of Public Policy and Administration was established in 2011 to strengthen public policy in Central Asia. It provides in-depth analysis on current and emerging policy issues facing the region, and improves the analytical capacity of governments and civil society to use evidence in decision-making processes through professional development. The Institute has produced a series of peer-reviewed research papers on social and economic issues, public administration and public policy relating to Central Asia and Afghanistan. For more information on IPPA, please visit: http://ucentralasia.org/Research/ippa

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IGZ – Leibniz Institute of Vegetable and Ornamental Crops carries out basic and applied research supporting the sustainable production of vegetable and ornamental plants and the rational use of natural resources. It contributes to understanding fundamentals of horticultural and plant science, sustainability in production and use of plants, healthy nutrition and wellbeing of the population. Its work is rated by acceptance and appreciation by professionals in practical horticulture and by the society, publications in high-ranking scientific journals and acquisition of competitive grants. For more information on IGZ, please visit: http://www.igzev.de/.

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ISDC – International Security and Development Center is a non-profit academic institute based in Berlin, Germany. We conduct research to improve lives and livelihoods shaped by violent conflict, fragility and humanitarian emergencies, providing policy advice and building capacity on international security and socio-economic development. We are unique in the global research scene for being dedicated to work exclusively on the security-development nexus. For more information on ISDC, please visit: https://isdc.org/.

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Current Events │ 2. December 2020

Corona Policy Briefs – Publications and Webinars

Our colleague Dr. Hanna Freudenreich from the working group “QUALITY.3 Economic Development and Food Security” contributed to the CoronaPolicy Briefs. The Policy Briefs are presented in webinars by the authors (in English): Effective Interventions to increase food and nutrition security in response to Covid-19: Dr. Kathrin Demmler (GAIN) & Dr. Hanna Freudenreich (IGZEV), Tuesday, December […]

Our colleague Dr. Hanna Freudenreich from the working group “QUALITY.3 Economic Development and Food Security” contributed to the CoronaPolicy Briefs.

The Policy Briefs are presented in webinars by the authors (in English):

  • Effective Interventions to increase food and nutrition security in response to Covid-19: Dr. Kathrin Demmler (GAIN) & Dr. Hanna Freudenreich (IGZEV), Tuesday, December 8th, 2020 from 1 p.m. to 1.30 p.m., participation via WebEx link here
  • Evidence on Covid-19 Pandemic Control Interventions and their Impacts on Health-Related Outcomes: Dr. Alexandra Avdeenko & Dr. Esther Heesemann (C4ED), Wednesday, December 9th, 2020 from 1 p.m. to 1.30 p.m., participation via WebEx link here
  • Protecting workers and firms in times of crisis – Key labour market policies for low- and middle-income countries: Dr. Jörg Langbein (KfW) & Dr. Michael Weber (World Bank), Thursday, December 10th, 2020 from 1 p.m. to 1.30 p.m., participation via WebEx link here
  • Economic Integration into host communities in times of crisis:Dr. Jana Kuhnt (DIE) & Kirsten Schüttler (World Bank), Wednesday, December 16, 2020 from 1 p.m. to 1.30 p.m., participation via WebEx link here

Here you can find the Pilicy Briefs

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Current Events │ 16. October 2020

6th Annual “Life in Kyrgyzstan” Conference 2020

  The registration for participation for the 6th Annual ‘Life in Kyrgyzstan’ Conference, to be held online on 27-30 October 2020, is open. The conference is organized by the Institute of Public Policy and Administration of the University of Central Asia (UCA), the Leibniz Institute of Vegetable and Ornamental Crops (IGZ), and ISDC – International […]

 

The registration for participation for the 6th Annual ‘Life in Kyrgyzstan’ Conference, to be held online on 27-30 October 2020, is open.

The conference is organized by the Institute of Public Policy and Administration of the University of Central Asia (UCA), the Leibniz Institute of Vegetable and Ornamental Crops (IGZ), and ISDC – International Security and Development Center in partnership with American University Central Asia, Mercy Corps, the World Bank, and support from Aga Khan Foundation.

The four-day conference will bring together national and international researchers and experts to exchange evidence, knowledge and experience on recent socio-economic developments in Kyrgyzstan, Central Asia, and beyond. The keynote speakers are Prof Richard Pomfret (University of Adelaide) and Dr Bohdan Krawchenko (University of Central Asia).

If you wish to attend the conference, please fill in the registration form by 25 October 2020 by following the link: bit.ly/likreg. We will send the Zoom links to the conference sessions after the registration deadline. The conference program can be found at bit.ly/likconf. For further information on the Life in Kyrgyzstan Study, please visit www.lifeinkyrgyzstan.org.

If you have any questions, please send us a message to likconference2020@gmail.com or contact Elita Bakirova from UCA by phone 00996 312 910 822 (Ext. 572).

We look forward to having a lively exchange of research, ideas and experiences at the Life in Kyrgyzstan conference 2020.

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Guest talk I 29.09.2020 – 13:00 Uhr

Speaker: Dr. Tsu-Wei Chen (Uni Hannover)

Topic: Understanding the dynamics of canopy function in vegetable crops

Date and time: 29.09.2020 – 13:00 Uhr (Hörsaal & Online über Zoom).

Zoom-Link: https://igzev-de.zoom.us/j/3370178131

Summary: 

Knowledge about the dynamic function and physiological mechanisms at the canopy level is necessary for designing strategies to improve vegetable crop performance. In this talk, I will use cucumber and tomato, the most important greenhouse vegetable crops, to show how salinity stress affects architectural and physiological limitations of dry mass production at the canopy level.

To achieve this, two frameworks of functional-structural plant models (FSPM), where the 3D architecture of plants is explicitly described, were constructed, parameterized and evaluated. The first framework was a static architecture model of the cucumber canopy, coupled with a biochemical model of photosynthesis and quantitative limitation analysis of photosynthesis, for scaling up the impacts of physiological processes on limiting photosynthesis from leaf to the whole plant level. Using this framework, the influences of salinity, instantaneous light conditions and their interactions on architectural and physiological limitations in cucumber were systematically and quantitatively analyzed. The second framework, a dynamic FSPM of tomato growth, was used to investigate the impacts of architectural traits on whole plant dry mass production and their interactions with temperature and salinity. We highlight the importance of plant architecture at canopy level in studying the plant responses to the environment and show the merits of FSPM as a heuristic tool.

 

Current Events │ 25. March 2020

Call for Sessions and Papers 6th Annual ‘Life in Kyrgyzstan’ Conference

  Call for Sessions and Papers 6th Annual ‘Life in Kyrgyzstan’ Conference 28-29 October 2020 The Institute of Public Policy and Administration of the University of Central Asia (UCA), the Leibniz Institute of Vegetable and Ornamental Crops (IGZ), and ISDC – International Security and Development Center invite submission of proposals for sessions and individual research […]

 

Call for Sessions and Papers

6th Annual ‘Life in Kyrgyzstan’ Conference

28-29 October 2020

The Institute of Public Policy and Administration of the University of Central Asia (UCA), the Leibniz Institute of Vegetable and Ornamental Crops (IGZ), and ISDC – International Security and Development Center invite submission of proposals for sessions and individual research papers for the 6th Annual ‘Life in Kyrgyzstan’ Conference, to be held in Bishkek on 28-29 October 2020. The conference is supported by American University Central Asia (AUCA), Mercy Corps, and the World Bank.

The two-day conference will bring together national and international experts from government and the public sector, development agencies, non-governmental organizations, academia and research institutions, and media to exchange knowledge and experiences on recent socio-economic developments in Kyrgyzstan and Central Asia and to promote evidence-based policy making. This year, the conference will be preceded by the Life in Kyrgyzstan (LiK) Data Users workshop, to be hold on 27 October.

We invite the submission of proposals for entire sessions (comprising of three to four papers) or for individual research papers studying various aspects of socio-economic development in Kyrgyzstan or Central Asia. We welcome empirical papers using panel micro data, especially panel data from the “Life in Kyrgyzstan Study”, which is openly accessible at http://idsc.iza.org/lik. We also encourage researchers to present other micro- and macroeconomic studies with the relevant topics of research. We encourage doctoral students and postdoctoral researchers to apply to participate at the conference, using this opportunity to receive feedback from senior researchers and practitioners.

The topics of individual submissions or entire sessions may include but are not limited to:

  • Living with Covid
  • Employment, entrepreneurship and informality
  • Migration and remittances
  • Poverty and inequality
  • Social protection and social safety nets
  • Gender, children and intra-household decision making
  • Education and health outcomes
  • Nutrition and food security
  • Rural livelihoods and agricultural markets
  • Impacts of trade and integration reforms
  • Public services and decentralization
  • Social capital and social cohesion
  • Peace-building, trust and expectations
  • Climate change and its impact
  • Sustainable development goals
  • Micro-level data, survey methodology and panel data collection
  • Methods of rigorous impact evaluation

Please send your submission by 10 June 2020 to the email address likconference2020@gmail.com.

For session proposals, please list a session title, a session chair (with name and affiliation), a session organizer (with name and affiliation) and the titles and all co-authors (with names and affiliations) for each paper and enclose a 200-word session summary. For submissions of individual papers, we prefer to receive and will give priority to full papers but will also consider submissions of 200-word abstracts. The submissions should be in English. Shortlisted applicants will be notified by 30 June 2020.

The keynote speakers:

The keynote speakers are Prof. Richard Pomfret (University of Adelaide) and Dr Bohdan Krawchenko (University of Central Asia).

The academic committee:

The academic committee comprises of Prof. Kathryn Anderson (Vanderbilt University), Prof. Tilman Brück (IGZ/ISDC), Dr. Damir Esenaliev (IGZ/ISDC), Dr. Roman Mogilevskii (UCA), Dr. Kanat Tilekeyev (UCA), and Prof. Nurgul Ukueva (American University Central Asia).

If public health conditions in times of the Corona pandemic permit, the conference will be held at Park Hotel in Bishkek, Kyrgyz Republic, on 28-29 October 2020. Alternatively, the conference will be held on the same days online, in a format to be determined. Either way, the organisers are committed to ensure a lively exchange of ideas and experiences on the topic of Life in Kyrgyzstan. In these testing times, evidence-based decision making is more valuable than ever. And the micro-level analysis of lives and livelihoods can make an important contribution to better policies in Kyrgyzstan and beyond.

There is no conference fee. Please note that travel and accommodation funds cannot be provided. Registration for participation in the conference, including for experts wishing to attend the conference without presenting a paper, will close on 20 October 2020. For further information on the Life in Kyrgyzstan Study, please see www.lifeinkyrgyzstan.org or send a message to likconference2020@gmail.com.

Organising Institutions:

University of Central Asia’s Institute of Public Policy and Administration was established in 2011 to strengthen public policy in Central Asia. It provides in-depth analysis on current and emerging policy issues facing the region, and improves the analytical capacity of governments and civil society to use evidence in decision-making processes through professional development. The Institute has produced a series of peer-reviewed research papers on social and economic issues, public administration and public policy relating to Central Asia and Afghanistan. For more information on IPPA, please visit: http://ucentralasia.org/Research/ippa

IGZ – Leibniz Institute of Vegetable and Ornamental Crops carries out basic and applied research supporting the sustainable production of vegetable and ornamental plants and the rational use of natural resources. It contributes to the success of horticulture in Germany and other countries, understanding fundamentals of horticultural and plant science, sustainability in production and use of plants, healthy nutrition and wellbeing of the population. Its work is rated by acceptance and appreciation by professionals in practical horticulture and by the society, publications in high-ranking scientific journals and acquisition of competitive grants. For more information on IGZ, please visit: http://www.igzev.de/.

ISDC – International Security and Development Center is a Berlin-based, non-for-profit research center conducting research, providing policy advice and building capacity on international security and socio-economic development. We are unique in the global research scene for being dedicated to work exclusively on the security-development nexus. For more information on ISDC, please visit: https://isdc.org/.

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Current Events │ 4. March 2020

Leibniz Environment and Development Symposium (LEADS) 2020

Global societal challenges such as climate change, the loss of biodiversity, food security, addressing social inequalities and preventing and overcoming violent conflicts, require strong interdisciplinary and international research collaboration. Research at the interface of environment and development is often hampered by traditional academic boundaries New ideas and fresh research approaches are needed to meet these […]

Global societal challenges such as climate change, the loss of biodiversity, food security, addressing social inequalities and preventing and overcoming violent conflicts, require strong interdisciplinary and international research collaboration. Research at the interface of environment and development is often hampered by traditional academic boundaries New ideas and fresh research approaches are needed to meet these challenges and young researchers in particular play a key role in doing so.

To address research questions at the environment-development interface and to helpovercome these structural barriers within academia, the five German research
institutes ATB, GIGA, IGZ, ZALF and ZMT have initiated the Leibniz Environment and Development Symposium (LEADS). The aim of LEADS is to foster
interdisciplinary exchange and stimulate collaboration on global societal challenges among early career researchers and senior scholars. As such LEADS also contributes
to the implementation of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development by the United Nations.

Date

March 9-10, 2020

Venue
Leibniz Association
Chausseestraße 111
10115 Berlin
info@leibniz-gemeinschaft.de

Contact person: Tilman Brück | E-Mail: brueck@igzev.de | Tel.: 03370178124

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Current Events │ 4. March 2020

Leibniz Environment and Development Symposium (LEADS) 2020

Global societal challenges such as climate change, the loss of biodiversity, food security, addressing social inequalities and preventing and overcoming violent conflicts, require strong interdisciplinary and international research collaboration. Research at the interface of environment and development is often hampered by traditional academic boundaries New ideas and fresh research approaches are needed to meet these […]

Global societal challenges such as climate change, the loss of biodiversity, food security, addressing social inequalities and preventing and overcoming violent conflicts, require strong interdisciplinary and international research collaboration. Research at the interface of environment and development is often hampered by traditional academic boundaries New ideas and fresh research approaches are needed to meet these challenges and young researchers in particular play a key role in doing so.

To address research questions at the environment-development interface and to helpovercome these structural barriers within academia, the five German research
institutes ATB, GIGA, IGZ, ZALF and ZMT have initiated the Leibniz Environment and Development Symposium (LEADS). The aim of LEADS is to foster
interdisciplinary exchange and stimulate collaboration on global societal challenges among early career researchers and senior scholars. As such LEADS also contributes
to the implementation of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development by the United Nations.

Date

March 9-10, 2020

Venue
Leibniz Association
Chausseestraße 111
10115 Berlin
info@leibniz-gemeinschaft.de

 

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Current Events │ 18. November 2019

Was ist der Unterschied zwischen Obst und Gemüse?

Unsere Kollegin Dr. Anja Müller erklärt im Interview mit myHOMEBOOK worin sich Obst und Gemüse unterscheiden. „Gemüse ist für gewöhnlich einjährig bzw. im Laufe des Lebens nur einmal tragend und Obst mehrjährig bzw. mehrmals tragend.“, so Dr. Anja Müller Wie schaut es dann aber mit Spargel und Artischocken aus? Die Antwort und das gesamte Interview […]

Unsere Kollegin Dr. Anja Müller erklärt im Interview mit myHOMEBOOK worin sich Obst und Gemüse unterscheiden.

Wie schaut es dann aber mit Spargel und Artischocken aus? Die Antwort und das gesamte Interview können Sie > hier < nachlesen.

Foto: ja ma (www.unsplash.com)

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Current Events │ 12. November 2019

Mind The Lab Berlin 2019

Are salt plants, macro algae, crickets and jellyfish alternatives to traditional food sources? At the event Mind The Lab at the subway station Friedrichstraße we exchanged views on these and many other questions and we presented the project Food4Future. We would like to thank all interested visitors for the lively and informative exchange. Information about […]

Are salt plants, macro algae, crickets and jellyfish alternatives to traditional food sources?

At the event Mind The Lab at the subway station Friedrichstraße we exchanged views on these and many other questions and we presented the project Food4Future.

We would like to thank all interested visitors for the lively and informative exchange.

Information about the project Food4Future can be found > here <

Copyright: PDI und IGZ

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Current Events │ 1. November 2019

IGZ auf der Global Food Summits 2020

Durch die Veranstaltung  Global Food Summits 2020 wird der Themenbereich „Lebensmittel und Agrar“ zum ersten Mal wissenschaftlich auf der Berliner Science Week vertreten sein. Unsere Kollegin Dr. Ariane Krause hält einen spannenden Vortrag zum Thema: Menschliche Ausscheidungen im landwirtschaftlichen Kreislauf Das Programm der Global Food Summits 2020 finde Sie > hier < Alle Informationen zur […]

Durch die Veranstaltung  Global Food Summits 2020 wird der Themenbereich „Lebensmittel und Agrar“ zum ersten Mal wissenschaftlich auf der Berliner Science Week vertreten sein.

Unsere Kollegin Dr. Ariane Krause hält einen spannenden Vortrag zum Thema: Menschliche Ausscheidungen im landwirtschaftlichen Kreislauf

Das Programm der Global Food Summits 2020 finde Sie > hier <

Alle Informationen zur Berliner Science Week finden Sie > hier <

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Current Events │ 4. November 2019

Food4Future at Mind The Lab Berlin 2019

What is the food for the future? We will give you the answer of these and other exciting questions about food for the future at the event Mind The Lab Berlin. From 2 pm to 8 pm we are at the subway station Friedrichstraße. We are looking forward to your visit. Information about the project […]

What is the food for the future?

We will give you the answer of these and other exciting questions about food for the future at the event Mind The Lab Berlin.
From 2 pm to 8 pm we are at the subway station Friedrichstraße. We are looking forward to your visit.

Information about the project Food4Future can be found> here <

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Current Events │ 4. November 2019

Mit dem Projekt Food4Future bei Mind The Lab Berlin 2019

Wie ernähren wir uns in Zukunft? Diese und weitere spannende Fragen zum Thema Nahrung der Zukunft beantworten wir Ihnen bei der Veranstaltung Mind The Lab Berlin. Von 14-20 Uhr sind wir am Bahnhof Friedrichstraße mit dabei und freuen uns auf Ihren Besuch. Informationen zu dem Projekt Food4Future finden Sie > hier <  

Wie ernähren wir uns in Zukunft?

Diese und weitere spannende Fragen zum Thema Nahrung der Zukunft beantworten wir Ihnen bei der Veranstaltung Mind The Lab Berlin.

Von 14-20 Uhr sind wir am Bahnhof Friedrichstraße mit dabei und freuen uns auf Ihren Besuch.

Informationen zu dem Projekt Food4Future finden Sie > hier <

 

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Current Events │ 1. November 2019

IGZ at the Foodtropolis

As a part of the Berlin Science Week our colleague Dr. Ariane Krause has given a talk at the event “Foodtropolis. Urban. Circular. Food.” on the topic: “Human excretions in the agricultural cycle” All information about the Berlin Science Week can be found> here <

As a part of the Berlin Science Week our colleague Dr. Ariane Krause has given a talk at the event “Foodtropolis. Urban. Circular. Food.” on the topic:

“Human excretions in the agricultural cycle”

All information about the Berlin Science Week can be found> here <

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