Orsolya BAJER-MOLNÁR (Medical University of Vienna), 6 December 2022, 3.00 pm. To join our colloquium please register with Zoom.
VIRTUAL KLI COLLOQUIUM: David LUDWIG (Wageningen University), 31 March, 5.00 pm
The workshop re-assessed the scientific concepts that underpin current mainstream cancer research and started a process of integrating novel insights into a new framework of “a revised theory of cancer.”
Scientific Director Guido Caniglia and collaborators outline a pluralistic and integrated approach to classifying and connecting the diverse kinds of action-oriented knowledge identified in previous sustainability research.
Virtual KLI Colloquium: Daniel BROOKS (University of Toronto), 26 May 2020, 5.00 pm. [br] To join our online colloquium please register with Zoom.
The new niche theory argues that economics - like ecology – autocatalytically emerges and strongly depends on cooperation.
KLI fellow Roberto Cazzolla Gatti challenges fundamental assumptions to create a new theoretical framework for the evolution of cooperation.
Every few months, we enable new research collaborations with a specially-designed mini-symposium.
Marco P. VIANNA FRANCO (KLI), 20 October 2022, 3.00 pm. To join our colloquium please register with Zoom.
How can philosophers work with scientists? Can philosophy be empirical? In two new papers, KLI fellow Luana Poliseli defends empirical methods in philosophy and reports on how they collaborated with ecologists to discuss mechanistic explanations in ecology.
KLI Colloquium: Albrecht von Müller (Parmenides Center for the Study of Thinking, Pullach / Munich), 7 May, 3.00 pm.
Announcing 5 Writing-Up Fellowships for late-stage PhD students working on topics related to “Cognition and Knowledge: Between Evolution and Sustainability”.
The KLI announces 5 Writing-Up Fellowships for late-stage PhD students working in inter and transdisciplinary sustainability science with a focus on theoretical dimensions of sustainability research.
What makes cooperation peaceful and stable? Understanding how we disagree about norms is crucial to overcoming the challenges we face in culturally diverse societies.
The KLI supports the upcoming workshop "Editing Genomes with CRISPR" that aims to discuss the potential impact and challenges while exploring the scientific, ethical, and societal issues inherent in genome-editing research.
World-leading experts from the areas of cancer cell biology, clinical oncology, genomics and complex network data science will discuss new theoretical foundations for cancer research at this Public Event preceding the 35th Altenberg Workshop.