KLI Colloquium: Sidney CARLS DIAMANTE (KLI), 6 September, 2018, 3.00 pm
VIRTUAL KLI COLLOQUIUM: Sylvia CREMER (IST Austria), 21 April, 5.00 pm. For pre-registered participants only!
KLI Lab: Adam WILKINS (Humboldt University, Berlin), 27 November, 12.00 pm.
KLI Colloquium: Simone GINGRICH (University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences, Vienna), 3 March 2020, 5.00 pm
Solving a Human Anatomy Puzzle: Virtual Reconstruction and Morphometric Analysis of a High-Altitude Peruvian Skull
Current Research Talk by Lumila MENÉNDEZ (KLI) on 15 January, 2019, 4.00 pm.
"Using metabolic networks to resolve ecological properties of microbiomes" co-authored by KLI Senior Fellow Stefanie Widder´s has just been published in Current Opinion in Systems Biology.
KLI Colloquium: Alice Laciny (Natural History Museum Vienna & University of Vienna), 7 June, 3.00 pm
Daniel R. BROOKS (University of Toronto), 18 November 2021, 3.00 pm. To join our colloquium please register with Zoom.
Sustainability as a Problem of Complexity: Past, Present and Future of Sustainability Science in the Anthropocene
The joint workshop co-organized by the KLI, Complexity Science Hub, CGSC, and Leuphana University takes place 12 – 13 September 2019 at the KLI.
VIRTUAL KLI COLLOQUIUM: Michiru NAGATSU (University of Helsinki), 29 May, 5.00 pm. [br] To join our online colloquium please register with Zoom.
Public Event to kick-off the KLI / Complexity Hub Workshop "Sustainability as a Problem of Complexity: Past, Present and Future of Sustainability Science in the Anthropocene" (12 –13 September 2019)
KLI Colloquium: Marta BERTOLASO (University of Rome) & María CEREZO (University of Murcia), 30 August, 2018, 3.00 pm
We interviewed KLI fellow Anna Sundermann on the launch of a new book that investigates storytelling for sustainability communication.
Compiled each year by Isabella Sarto-Jackson, the KLI Annual Report is here.
The "Agency in Living Systems: Conceptual Frameworks and Research Approaches" Altenberg workshop was co-organized by Sonia Sultan and Armin Moczek as part of their "Agency in Living Systems" project.
A promising methodological strategy from virtual anthropology that would allow disentangling co-existing models to explain how the first humans arrived into the Americas.
An interview with Richard Gawne and Ted R. Schultz digs into the origin story of their open access book: The Convergent Evolution of Agriculture in Humans and Insects (MIT Press).
Featuring a section commemorating Richard Lewontin (1929-2021) and a tribute to Karen Neander (1954-2020).
KLI Colloquium: Rick GAWNE (KLI), 21 June, 2018, 3.00 pm.
KLI Colloquium: Tim WARING (University of Maine), 2 April, 5.00 pm