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27.11.2020

Gernot Burkhardt: Minor Planet Names with Ties to Heidelberg

Not all the planets in this excerpt from the Dictionary of Minor Planet Names database are as obviously related to Heidelberg as the Heidelberga discovered in 1892. Gernot Burkhardt explains for 169 minor planets what connects them with the city on the Neckar. He thus provides an update to the Heidelberg University Science Atlas, which was published on the occasion of the 625th anniversary of the university in 2011 and which already lists 97 names of minor planets.

19.11.2020

Ernst G. Jung: Haut. Kultur und Geschichte

The skin is our largest organ and also an important part of our appearance. It should be healthy and beautiful. But what is healthy and what is beautiful? Ernst G. Jung takes the reader on a journey through the history of skin, its significance, care and design from early myths to the present day.

25.09.2020

Corona als Riss. Perspektiven für Kirche, Politik und Ökonomie

The corona pandemic has changed our everyday life, politics and economy in a way that was previously unimaginable. What was previously taken for granted no longer applies – cracks have appeared in the continuity of our worldview and way of life. How can we react to the pandemic and the problems and dilemmas it causes? How can we embrace the emerging opportunities? The authors of „Corona als Riss“ develop perspectives for the time with and after Corona.

27.08.2020

„Rezessive“ Information in Sprache. Ein probabilistisches Informationsmodell als Grundlage informationslinguistischer und systemlinguistischer Ansätze

Eike U. Decker embarks on a search for the recessive, the unnoticed, information in language. He presents a linguistic model based on information and system-theoretical analyses, on the basis of which language can be represented and new language technology developed.

03.04.2020

The "Kalendrier la Royne" by Wilhelm von Saint-Cloud

A calendar structures time and makes it plannable. And it is a testimony to its time of origin. The Kalendrier la Royne by the Parisian astronomer William of Saint-Cloud from 1296 impressively illustrates both the state of knowledge of astronomy and computistics of its time and the shift of medieval science from a clerical culture to a lay culture.

27.03.2020

Data to Knowledge: The E-Science Days 2019

In almost all sciences, research data is digitally archived with the help of modern information systems. The participants of the E-Science Days 2019 asked themselves how the enormous collective knowledge of our time must be documented and structured so that it can be put to good use.

 

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