This piece was produced for Unizeit issue #92 (21.Oct.2017) in Kiel, to accompany an article on climate change, and some of the ways in which beliefs challenge our ability to react to the scientific data. The title of the piece "irgendwann knallt es" ("at some point it's going to crack") refers to the tipping point, which we may already have reached, after which it will no longer be possible to limit climate change to less than +2°C, and keep the climate we are familiar with and have evolved in.   Find past Unizeit issues  here , and read the article itself  here  (in German, by Raissa Maas).

This piece was produced for Unizeit issue #92 (21.Oct.2017) in Kiel, to accompany an article on climate change, and some of the ways in which beliefs challenge our ability to react to the scientific data. The title of the piece "irgendwann knallt es" ("at some point it's going to crack") refers to the tipping point, which we may already have reached, after which it will no longer be possible to limit climate change to less than +2°C, and keep the climate we are familiar with and have evolved in. 

Find past Unizeit issues here, and read the article itself here (in German, by Raissa Maas).

 This piece was produced for the Unizeit in Kiel to accompany a press release on bioeconomy research: combining natural raw materials with new concepts to create more sustainable production models. As an example, using tires made out of dandelions!  Find the article in English  here  und auf Deutsch  hier .

This piece was produced for the Unizeit in Kiel to accompany a press release on bioeconomy research: combining natural raw materials with new concepts to create more sustainable production models. As an example, using tires made out of dandelions!

Find the article in English here und auf Deutsch hier.

 This piece was produced for Unizeit issue #89 (23.Jan.2017) in Kiel, and shows the process of electro-chemically etching metal surfaces so that they can be permanently connected with other materials, based on the research of Melike Baytekin-Gerngroß, et al. Find past Unizeit issues  here , and read the article itself  here .

This piece was produced for Unizeit issue #89 (23.Jan.2017) in Kiel, and shows the process of electro-chemically etching metal surfaces so that they can be permanently connected with other materials, based on the research of Melike Baytekin-Gerngroß, et al. Find past Unizeit issues here, and read the article itself here.

 This piece was produced for Unizeit issue #92 (21.Oct.2017) in Kiel, to accompany an article on climate change, and some of the ways in which beliefs challenge our ability to react to the scientific data. The title of the piece "irgendwann knallt es" ("at some point it's going to crack") refers to the tipping point, which we may already have reached, after which it will no longer be possible to limit climate change to less than +2°C, and keep the climate we are familiar with and have evolved in.   Find past Unizeit issues  here , and read the article itself  here  (in German, by Raissa Maas).
 This piece was produced for the Unizeit in Kiel to accompany a press release on bioeconomy research: combining natural raw materials with new concepts to create more sustainable production models. As an example, using tires made out of dandelions!  Find the article in English  here  und auf Deutsch  hier .
 This piece was produced for Unizeit issue #89 (23.Jan.2017) in Kiel, and shows the process of electro-chemically etching metal surfaces so that they can be permanently connected with other materials, based on the research of Melike Baytekin-Gerngroß, et al. Find past Unizeit issues  here , and read the article itself  here .

This piece was produced for Unizeit issue #92 (21.Oct.2017) in Kiel, to accompany an article on climate change, and some of the ways in which beliefs challenge our ability to react to the scientific data. The title of the piece "irgendwann knallt es" ("at some point it's going to crack") refers to the tipping point, which we may already have reached, after which it will no longer be possible to limit climate change to less than +2°C, and keep the climate we are familiar with and have evolved in. 

Find past Unizeit issues here, and read the article itself here (in German, by Raissa Maas).

This piece was produced for the Unizeit in Kiel to accompany a press release on bioeconomy research: combining natural raw materials with new concepts to create more sustainable production models. As an example, using tires made out of dandelions!

Find the article in English here und auf Deutsch hier.

This piece was produced for Unizeit issue #89 (23.Jan.2017) in Kiel, and shows the process of electro-chemically etching metal surfaces so that they can be permanently connected with other materials, based on the research of Melike Baytekin-Gerngroß, et al. Find past Unizeit issues here, and read the article itself here.

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