Craniofacial and mandibular variation in colonial populations of the southern Andes during the 16th to 19th centuries
KLI fellow Lumila Menéndez and colleagues find high diversity in the biology, culture, and diet of these populations.
Cybernetics and the Rise of Molecular Biology: The Case of Jacques Monod
KLI Colloquium: Laurent LOISON (CNRS, Paris), 21 January 2020, 5.00 pm.
Darwin’s Invisible Ink: How Ancestral Developmental Potential Facilitates Convergence and the Evolution of Novelty
KLI Colloquium: Rajendhran RAJAKUMAR (Harvard Medical School), 12 June, 2018, 3.00 pm.
Das soziale Gehirn (GERMAN!)
Isabella SARTO-JACKSON (KLI), 30. Juni 2022, 15.00 Uhr. Präsenzveranstaltung – Buchpräsentation am KLI, Martinstraße 12, 3400 Klosterneuburg
Dealing with Complexity in the Life Sciences
Call for Applications: 6th European Advanced School in the Philosophy of the Life Sciences (EASPLS) “Dealing with complexity in the life sciences” at the KLI, September 7–11, 2020
Dehumanization and Essentialism
KLI Colloquium: Maria KRONFELDNER (Central European University), 3 December 2020, 3.00 pm. To join our colloquium please register with Zoom.
Demography and Cultural Complexity
KLI Colloquium: Kim STERELNY (Australian National University, Canberra), 15 October 2019, 5.00 pm
Dental Calculus as a Window into Ancient Diets and the Ecology of Paleolithic People
Robert C. Power (Max Planck Institute for the Science of Human History in Jena and Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology in Leipzig) is giving a talk on the role of diet of Neanderthals in their adaptation to Eurasia.
Development and Ultimate Causes
Cristina VILLEGAS (KLI), 3 November 2022, 3.00 pm. To join our colloquium please register with Zoom.
Die Moral hinter der Gen-Schere
So einfach wie mit CRISPR/Cas9 konnte man noch nie genetische Veränderungen durchführen. Wissenschafter fordern eine demokratische Entscheidung darüber, wann die Technologie angewandt werden darf.
Dissecting Female: Towards a Queer Feminist Approach to Research on Sexual Reproduction
Caitlin McDONOUGH-GOLDSTEIN (University of Vienna), 28 April 2022, 3.00 pm. To join our colloquium please register with Zoom.
Diversity lost: COVID-19 as a phenomenon of the total environment
When fellows in isolation joined forces to write together, we witnessed the birth of an unprecedented institution-wide collaboration
Do Economic Words Harm Sustainability? Some Lessons from Conceptual History
Antoine MISSEMER (CNRS, Paris ), 28 October 2021, 3.00 pm. To join our colloquium please register with Zoom.
Does baby size matter? Unexpected similarities in human and chimpanzee pelvises
Chimpanzees appear to possess similar obstetric adaptations in their pelvis as humans, despite giving birth to much smaller babies. KLI fellow Nicole Grunstra explains these findings under a facilitated variation hypothesis.
Dynamics and Stability of Multicultures. A theoretical perspective based on Language Games.
KLI Colloquium: Harold de VLADAR (KLI), Thursday 15 November, 3.00 pm.
EASPLS 2018 Abstract Booklet
The European Advanced Seminar in the Philosophy of the Life Sciences will take place at the KLI from 10 to 14 September. The program and abstract booklet is now available!
EASPLS 2020 – Mentoring Sessions
EASPLS Consortium is committed to support early career researchers working in the philosophy of the life sciences by offering virtual mentoring sessions (from 7 to 11 September 2020) on highly relevant topics for young researchers.
Eco-Evo-Devo in Action: Parasite-Induced Morphologies in Ants
Virtual KLI Colloquium: Alice LACINY (KLI), 30 June 2020, 5.00 pm. To join our online colloquium please register with Zoom. Deadline for the registration: 3 pm on the day of the talk—no admission in the room after 5:05 pm!
Ecological utopianism in Narodnik thought: Nikolay Chernyshevsky and the redemption of land
New paper by KLI fellow Marco P. Vianna Franco situates Nikolay Chernyshevsky's work in the history of ecological economic thought.
Ecomorphological study of the cranial variation in prehistoric populations from Peru
New paper by Lumila Menéndez investigates the cranial variation in prehistoric populations from Peru.