The plethora of raw data and unlinked information that we gather too rarely leads to real knowledge and understanding, says Jonathan Jeschke. In an interview, the ecologist talks about how one could shed light on “knowledge in the dark”.
At its annual conference, the German Limnological Society (DGL) awards three prizes to outstanding young researchers. Jonas Schaper and Oleksandra Shumilova from IGB received the 2nd and 3rd prizes. Congratulations!
When fundamental perspectives in research change, it is good to share them. At the expert meeting from September 19 to 21 there was no gender struggle but a lively discourse on the evolution of female and male.
Within the workshop series "Uncharted Waters", the IGB regularly invites interesting representatives from businesses, associations and politics to an open exchange. This time, the team of soulbottles was our guest.
Aquaculture is the fastest growing area of food production in the world – one of the reasons why it is the subject of controversial debate in society and politics. The information portal Aquakulturinfo.de provides objective and research-based information on aquaculture.
ACTION supports citizen science projects working on pollution of all kinds, such as water, air or light pollution. IGB will be coordinating the ACTION Accelerator programme. Apply till 31st October 2019!