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  1. ‘Scientists are still human beings with presuppositions about sex differences’

    08.04.21 | Science is meant to be objective but sometimes the personal bias of the researcher gets in the way. To find out more, AcademiaNet went online for a conversation with Associate Professor Malin Ah-King from Stockholm University, whose work sits at the intersection of gender studies and evolutionary biology.

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  2. Petra Ahrweiler and Elisabeth André secure funding from Volkswagen Foundation for artificial intelligence project

    29.03.21 | The project aims to improve AI technologies for social welfare systems.

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  3. Seismology project headed by Prof Céline Hadziioannou granted with €4 million

    18.03.21 | The project will improve predictions of natural disasters, such as landslides.

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  4. Learning from feminism: Ericka Johnson on the prostate and insufficient toilets

    08.03.21 | Over the last decades women have fought for change and a more gender-balanced society. We still have a long way to go. Professor Johnson from the Linköping University spoke to us about feminist technoscience, public infrastructure and the problem with binary categories in research.

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  5. Anu Noorma elected new head of the Estonian Research Council

    04.03.21 | The professor of physics starts her five year term on April 1st.

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  6. Henrike Lähnemann on networking nuns and medieval and modern knowledge exchange

    22.02.21 | Professor Henrike Lähnemann of the University of Oxford is working on medieval nuns, their textual communities and networks. We talked about what academic exchange can learn from them.

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  7. Justyna Olko secures nearly €2 million for five-year project

    15.02.21 | The ethnologist, historian, and sociolinguist will explore multilingual communities across four continents.

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  8. Janet Rossant wins the 2021 ISSCR Achievement Award

    04.02.21 | The developmental biologist has made key contributions to stem cell research.

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  9. Stephanie Kath-Schorr: ‘I dream of an expanded genetic alphabet’

    21.01.21 | Professor Stephanie Kath-Schorr is passionate about nucleic acids. AcademiaNet spoke to her about her dreams for the future, both in terms of science and the further promotion and inclusion of women in academic institutions.

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