Academia & Publishing

Busier than Ever and Burned Out – New Research Reveals the Realities of Publishing in a Pandemic

In the spring, we conducted research which found that the pandemic was making academic authors busier and more stressed out than ever and that gender was an important factor. Six months on, have these pressures changed and if so how?

Arts & Humanities

Bildzensur in der Digitalmoderne: Horst Bredekamp im Gespräch

Was tun mit der Macht der Bilder? Von der Löschung technischer Bilder über Bildpolitik, bis hin zu Hobbes’ Leviathan und der Aura von Reproduktionen – über all das und mehr hat Katja Müller-Helle mit dem Kunsthistoriker Horst Bredekamp gesprochen.

Science & Technology

Hold your breath: Not all mitochondria need oxygen to power up

Widespread but not widely known – anaerobic mitochondria produce energy without requiring any oxygen. They remind us that breathable O2 used […]

Arts & Humanities

In the Eye of the Storm: U.S. Diplomat Hugh Gibson and the ‘Spanish Flu’

In 1918, when both World War I and the ‘Spanish flu’ raged in Europe, the American diplomat Hugh S. Gibson was sent to Paris. Today, his personal records offer us rare insights into a time between disease and diplomacy.

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