Laura Menatti and Mariagrazia Ranzini 's new paper explores the effects of Covid lockdowns on relationships and connectedness, with important implications for future health policy.
New paper by Caniglia and Vogel outlines how queer theory can help transdisciplinary sustainability researchers to embrace transgressive orientations.
Laura Menatti has been invited to give a talk for the ROTO lecture series, evaluating on the concept of salutogenic environments for medicine and healthcare.
Marina Knickel participated as a scientific expert in the Transdisciplinary Stakeholder Conference on Resilient Livable Communities. In the municipality of Langau, practitioners and scientists came together to discuss complex challenges for the community.
Kendall Baker was artist in residence at the KLI. His interdisciplinary art-science project “Measuring Life at the Threshold of Unknowing” concluded with a stunning vernissage.
The final meeting of the working group at the KLI, documented in pictures by Raf Jansen.
Hallgrimsson's project "Development and Evolvability: The Conceptual Foundations of Evo-Devo" aims to clarify key-concepts in the field.
Brenner's project "The Critical Role of Built Infrastructure for the Transformation towards Sustainability" examines the co-evolution of built environments and formal and informal rules that contribute to the climate crisis and social-ecological inequalities.
Leonardo BICH (University of the Basque Country), 2023-05-04 15:00 (CET). To join our colloquium please register with Zoom
Working Group Presentation on 20 April, 2023, 3.00 pm. To join the hybrid event please register with Zoom.
Sonia SULTAN (Wesleyan University), 2023-04-13 15:00 (CET). To join our colloquium please register with Zoom
Luis Alejandro VILLANUEVA HERNANDEZ (KLI) 2023-03-30 15:00 (CET). To join our colloquium please register with Zoom
Orsolya Bajer-Molnaar and Marina Knickel propose transdisciplinary approaches at the first PRAGMATICK workshop on the Stockholm Paradigm, the DAMA Protocol, and citizen science
The editors of BT summarize the March issue 18(1) , with links to free epdfs.
David Harrison talks about the core philosophical insights, the practical implications, and the motivations behind their new paper: “Mind the matter: Active matter, soft robotics, and the making of bio-inspired artificial intelligence.”
To better understand certain phenomena in brain disorders such as Parkinson's disease, Marco Treven argues that we need to look beyond the brain.
Wie antike Philosophie mit nachhaltigen Lösungen zusammenhängt
The 2023 spring-summer KLI Colloquium series will resume in March, with a great line-up of speakers from the KLI and beyond.
Isabella SARTO-JACKSON (KLI) 2023-03-09 15:00 (CET). To join our colloquium please register with Zoom
Watch the eleven symposium videos and five Mendel stories on our Youtube channel.