600 results, 232 results in section Mediathek

    Contributors: Klaus Spiess & Lucie Strecker

    Klaus Spiess is Associate Professor and runs the cross-disciplinary Arts and Science program and Klaus Spiess is Associate Professor and runs the cross-disciplinary Arts and Science program and

    Contributors: John Tresch

    John Tresch is Mellon Chair and Professor of History of Art, Science and Folk Practice at the John Tresch is Mellon Chair and Professor of History of Art, Science and Folk Practice at the

    Technosphere Contributor: Jürgen Renn

    Jürgen Renn is director at the Max Planck Institute for the History of Science in Berlin and Jürgen Renn is director at the Max Planck Institute for the History of Science in Berlin and

    1948 Unbound, Contributor: Luis Campos

    of science, Campos’s scholarship brings together archival discoveries with contemporary fieldwork at of science, Campos’s scholarship brings together archival discoveries with contemporary fieldwork at

    1948 Unbound, Contributor: Seth Bullock

    for Complex Systems Simulation (ICSS). He was promoted to professor of computer science in 2011, and for Complex Systems Simulation (ICSS). He was promoted to professor of computer science in 2011, and

    Monika Dommann

    of Science in Berlin. Topics in Dommann’s research and teaching are the intertwining of the Old and of Science in Berlin. Topics in Dommann’s research and teaching are the intertwining of the Old and

    Contributors: Jim Clarke

    , where he teaches on Science Fiction, Fantasy Literature, Weird Fiction, and Utopian and Dystopian , where he teaches on Science Fiction, Fantasy Literature, Weird Fiction, and Utopian and Dystopian

    Contributors: Ahmad Borham

    Arab Academy for Science and Technology and the American University in Cairo. He holds a Master's of Arab Academy for Science and Technology and the American University in Cairo. He holds a Master's of

    Flora Lysen

    work combines history of science and media studies to examine how scientists and science educators use work combines history of science and media studies to examine how scientists and science educators use

    Technosphere Contributor: Donald MacKenzie

    Donald MacKenzie is Professor of Sociology at the School of Social and Political Science at the Donald MacKenzie is Professor of Sociology at the School of Social and Political Science at the

    1948 Unbound, Contributor: Jens Soentgen

    Jens Soentgen is a philosopher, chemist, and Academic Director of the Environmental Science Center Jens Soentgen is a philosopher, chemist, and Academic Director of the Environmental Science Center

    Technosphere Contributor: Lucy A Suchman

    Lucy A Suchman is Professor of Anthropology of Science and Technology at the Department of Lucy A Suchman is Professor of Anthropology of Science and Technology at the Department of

    Technosphere Contributor: Melanie Sehgal

    Melanie Sehgal is Professor of Literary, Science and Media Studies at the European University Melanie Sehgal is Professor of Literary, Science and Media Studies at the European University

    1948 Unbound, Contributor: Thomas Feuerstein

    points, from art and cultural history, philosophy, literature, science, and economic theory and the points, from art and cultural history, philosophy, literature, science, and economic theory and the

    100 Years of Now, Contributor: Helga Nowotny

    Helga Nowotny is Professor emerita at ETH Zurich of Science and Technology Studies and former Helga Nowotny is Professor emerita at ETH Zurich of Science and Technology Studies and former

    Libby Robin

    Libby Robin teaches at the Division of History of Science, Technology and Environment, KTH Royal Libby Robin teaches at the Division of History of Science, Technology and Environment, KTH Royal

    Manfred D. Laubichler

    , zoologist, philosopher, and historian of science his research field spans from theoretical and evolutionary , zoologist, philosopher, and historian of science his research field spans from theoretical and evolutionary

    Paul N. Edwards

    School of Information, the Department of History, and the Science, Technology & Society Program. His School of Information, the Department of History, and the Science, Technology & Society Program. His

    Charlotte Eifler

    , abstraction and computation. Focusing on feminist approaches and elements of science fiction, she explores , abstraction and computation. Focusing on feminist approaches and elements of science fiction, she explores

    Hypercomf

    culture, domestication, industry and science. They first materialized as a fictitious company profile in culture, domestication, industry and science. They first materialized as a fictitious company profile in

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