Sarah Ehlers has been awarded the Forschungspreis
Karin Zachmann has written the article “Relativ sicher? Das Kernkraftrisiko als Herausforderung der Fürsorgediktatur der DDR” (Relatively safe? The nuclear power risk as a challenge to
„Eine neue Autorität der Wissenschaften? Expertise, Evidenz und der gesellschaftliche Status der Wissenschaften in der Covid-19-Pandemie“
(A new authority of
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
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)
Practicing Evidence – Evidencing Practice
How is (Scientific) Knowledge Validated, Valued and Contested?
International Conference and Pre-Conference Workshop
19-21st February, 2020
The DFG research group 2448 Evidence Practices met at Kochel am See on the 1st and 2nd October for a plenum.
C. Hassauer has contributed to the Podcast-Series “Let’s talk Risk”, as part of the episode “How Do We Determine If Our Food Is Safe?”.
On December 6/7, 2018, the Subproject 3 of the RG will hold the international workshop “Who’s Driving? Agency and Evidence in the History of Technical Safety” at the