Vortrag von Uskali Mäki, Academy of Finland und University of Helsinki Vortrag von Uskali Mäki, Academy of Finland und University of Helsinki. "Interdisciplinarity is hot, and increasingly so. It is expected to promote virtues such as creativity and practical relevance in scientific research. It is encouraged and supported by university administrators and research funding agencies. On the other hand, many scientists have doubts about the current excitement and rather believe in the power of disciplinarity and disciplinary division of intellectual labour. Two key questions arise. What is
The conference "Sustainable Biomass in the Context of 100 % Renewable Energy Supply" sets the course for the upcoming challenges in the biogas sector. It is the first in a row of annual conferences [...] emissions is a key task of the 21st century in order to keep the global temperature rise at an acceptable level. The power sector, especially, has to undergo a fundamental transformation towards a fully renewable energy supply in the years to come. With a development that is moving towards a 100 % renewable energy supply, biomass has to take on a new role. In the future, biomass needs to support a system
Vortrag von Violeta Besirevic, Union University Law School Belgrade Violeta Beširević’s ongoing research is devoted to organ donation after euthanasia as an alternative to maximize the number of [...] involving a newborn with anencephaly and the incompetent patient dependent on a life supporting system, which considered the issue of whether hastening death of incompetent dying patients solely for the purpose of organ procurement can be legally sanctioned. Based on the ultimate dilemma - whether euthanasia followed by organ harvesting practice is about a dying patient , or it is all about
You are looking for a fun and free way to practice your English? Then come to the English Games Night We meet in the Rotunda starting at 8pm. Everybody is more than welcome (including native speakers) and there is only one rule: we speak English the entire time.