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.
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.
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 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.
KLI Colloquium: Albrecht von Müller (Parmenides Center for the Study of Thinking, Pullach / Munich), 7 May, 3.00 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.”
Current Research Talk in the KLI Colloquium series: Nina ATANASOVA (University of Toledo & KLI), 25 June, 5.00 pm.
KLI Colloquium: Claudia PASSOS-FERREIRA (Center for Bioethics, New York University), 19 June, 2018, 10.00 am.
Inaugural Lecture of the the New Scientific Director of the KLI Guido CANIGLIA, Tuesday 6 November, 3.00 pm.
Current Research Talk in the KLI Colloquium series: Wim HORDIJK (KLI), 3 July, 4.00 pm.
ORF lady Barbara Stöckl interviewed Barbara Fischer (KLI) about the future of childbirth.
Postdoctoral Fellow B. Fischer´s popular science article discussing the question of human immortality. The full article can be found in the book "Werden wir auf dem Mars leben? 33 Fragen an die Zukunft" published by the Government of Lower Austria.
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.
KLI postdoctoral fellow Barbara Fischer explains why child birth is so difficult in humans and discusses evolutionary constraints responsible for it.
KLI Colloquium: Sabine TEBBICH (University of Vienna), 18 June, 5.00 pm
KLI Colloquium: Anne Sophie MEINCKE (University of Vienna), 14 January 2020, 5.00 pm.
KLI Colloquium: Raghavendra GADAGKAR (Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore), 14 November 2019, 5.00 pm
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
Professional Development Talk: Anke ZERM (Leuphana University) Thursday 29 November, 11.00 am (!) Guests are very welcome!
What is culture and how does it evolve? Harold de Vladar (Parmenides Foundation) approaches this timely topic in an interdisciplinary manner and will discuss his insights at the upcoming KLI Colloquium.