Career Options for Academic PostDocs: Preparing the next steps
Professional Development Talk: Anke ZERM (Leuphana University) Thursday 29 November, 11.00 am (!) Guests are very welcome!
Cancer and the environment: a critical review by Roberto Cazzolla Gatti
KLI fellow Roberto Cazzolla Gatti reviews what we know about carcinogens in the air, water, and soil.
KLI Colloquium: Lumila MENÉNDEZ (KLI), 20 November, 3.00 pm Solving a Human Anatomy Puzzle: Virtual Reconstruction and Morphometric Analysis of a High-Altitude Peruvian Skull
CANCELLED!! Building a Healthy (Microbial) Community: Establishment of the Gut Microbiota in Infants and its Role in Immune and Brain Development
CANCELLATION of [br] KLI Colloquium: David BERRY (University of Vienna), 5 November 2020, 3.00 pm.
CANCELLED! Why the Empirical and the Ethical Need to Reconsider their Connection
Due to unforeseen circumstances Henrik von WEHRDEN's talk is cancelled!
Can We Understand an Insect Society, and Why Should We Care?
KLI Colloquium: Raghavendra GADAGKAR (Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore), 14 November 2019, 5.00 pm
Call for artists to participate in ClimArtLab project
Open call for artists based in Austria and/or with easy access to Klosterneuburg, NÖ, Austria.
Call for Applications: Sixth European Advanced School in the Philosophy of the Life Sciences (EASPLS)
Hosted by PhilinBioMed, this year's theme is “Dealing with Complexity in the Biological and Biomedical Sciences"
Building a Healthy (Microbial) Community: Establishment of the Gut Microbiota in Infants and its Role in Immune and Brain Development
David BERRY (University of Vienna), 20 May 2021, 3.00 pm. To join our colloquium please register with Zoom.
Bucherscheinung The Making and Breaking of Minds – ein Interview von Lynn CHIU mit Isabella SARTO-JACKSON
„Mein Forschungsschwerpunkt liegt auf den konstruktiven und destruktiven Wirkkräften, die neuroplastische Prozesse vorantreiben. Diese Wirkkräfte werden über Eltern, alloparentale Bezugspersonen, Gleichaltrige sowie über unsere sozioökonomische Nische weitergegeben.“
Biological Theory’s September 2022 issue is available now!
Volume 17, issue 3, includes articles taking new evolutionary perspectives on back pain and morality, along with a first-ever English translation of a classic paper by premier plant physiologist Julius Sachs in which, our authors argue in a separate essay, he prefigured the discovery of mRNA.
Biological Theory’s new March issue
The editors of BT summarize the March issue 18(1) , with links to free epdfs.
Biological Theory’s latest issue: 17(4) is out this month!
The December issue includes a provocative argument for the role of imagination in human cognition, along with new additions to our "Critical Concepts" and "Classics" collections — plus a heartfelt thank you to this year's referees.
Biological Theory at 15!
With its December issue, Biological Theory, the KLI's highly regarded journal, marks its 15th full year of publishing.
Biobus – Driving Community Science and Education
Christine MARIZZI (BioBus, Inc & Austrian Scientists in New York (ASciNA)), 9 December 2021, 3.00 pm. To join our colloquium please register with Zoom.
Bio-Agency and Natural Freedom: How to Solve a Metaphysical Puzzle with the Help of Biology
KLI Colloquium: Anne Sophie MEINCKE (University of Vienna), 14 January 2020, 5.00 pm.
Behavioural Innovations in Animals and Humans
KLI Colloquium: Sabine TEBBICH (University of Vienna), 18 June, 5.00 pm
Behavior: The Missing Link to Understanding Diet and Morphology
KLI Colloquium: Mariana DUTRA FOGAÇA (University of Veterinary Medicine Vienna), 22 October 2020, 3.00 pm. [br] To join our colloquium please register with Zoom.
Barbara Fischer´s Research Project Featured in DerStandard
KLI postdoctoral fellow Barbara Fischer explains why child birth is so difficult in humans and discusses evolutionary constraints responsible for it.
Barbara Fischer´s interview in the newspaper `Der Standard´
KLI Postdoctoral Fellow Barbara Fischer talks about her research on the evolution of the human pelvis and why giving birth is so painful in humans.