Evidence practices are more relevant than ever. During the current Corona crisis in particular, the question
We are very pleased to announce that the DFG Research Group 2448 “Practicing Evidence – Evidencing Practice” has
From February 19th-21st 2020, the DFG research group “Evidence Practices” hosted an international conference “Practising Evidence – Evidencing
A statement by Karin Zachmann, Professor for History of Technology TUM and speaker of the DFG FOR 2448 (Evidence practices in science, medicine, technology and society)
Hassauer, C., Roosen, J. (2020): Toward a conceptual framework for food safety criteria: Analyzing evidence practices using the case of plant protection products. Safety Science (127), 104683.
On Thursday, Jun 27, 2019, Anne Harrington, Ph.D. (Franklin L. Ford Professor of the History of Science Harvard University) will give a talk on ““Why the 1980s “Biological Revolution” in
Practicing Evidence – Evidencing Practice
How is (Scientific) Knowledge Validated, Valued and Contested?
International Conference and Pre-Conference Workshop
19-21st February, 2020
Thursday, 13.12.2018, 18.00 – 20.00 in the Vorhoelzer-Forum of the Technical University Munich
“Was kann ich wissen?” (“What can I know?”)
When Immanuel Kant asked this question more than
Sarah Blacker, TU Munich, will give a lecture as part of the Oberseminar between the History of Technology at TU Munich and the research institute of the Deutsches Museum, entitled “Democratizing
Sarah Ehlers and Stefan Esselborn will organize the section „Evidenzpraktiken und wissenschaftliche Glaubwürdigkeit in Zeiten gesellschaftlicher Spaltung“ (Evidence practices and scientific credibility