Voodoo science and the missing controversy: Neuroscience as an integration project (Torsten H. Voigt)

c:o/re Lecture Series: Cultures of Research On Wednesday, February 2nd, Torsten H. Voigt, Professor for Sociology at RWTH Aachen University will talk about “Voodoo science and the missing controversy: Neuroscience …

Moving Technical and Scientific Knowledge, People and Objects after 1945 (Roland Wittje)

c:o/re Lecture Series: Cultures of Research On Wednesday, January 25th, Associate Professor for the History of Science and Technology at the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Madras, Roland Wittje, will …

‘Modernization’ in Ideological Discourses of Post-Soviet State: The Case of Russia and Ukraine (Svitlana Shcherbak)

c:o/re Lecture Series: Cultures of Research On Wednesday, December 21st, Svitlana Shcherbak, Philosopher and researcher of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine, will talk about ‘Modernization’ in Ideological Discourses …

Towards an Ergonomics of Data Science Practices (Fernando Pasquini Santos)

c:o/re Lecture Series: Cultures of Research On Wednesday, December 14th, Fernando Pasquini Santos, Assistant Professor at the Federal University of Uberlândia, Uberlândia, Brazil will take us Towards an Ergonomics of …

The prospects of Institutionalising the Values ‘Openness’ and ‘Responsiveness’ in the Scientific Community (René von Schomberg)

c:o/re Lecture Series: Cultures of Research On Wednesday, November 30th, Guest Professor at the Technical University of Darmstadt, René von Schomberg, will talk about The prospects of Institutionalising the Values …

Trials of implicitness: technology testing beyond the laboratory or the coming crisis of experimental accountability (Noortje Marres)

c:o/re Lecture Series: Cultures of Research On Wednesday, November 2nd, STS researcher and Professor at Warwick University, UK, Noortje Marres, will talk about Trials of implicitness: technology testing beyond the …

Cultures of research in dialogue

We would like to thank Wissenschaft im Dialogue for the inspiring Hackathon on science communication! We, the c:o/re team, learned a lot from the intense two-day dialogue we had on …

Hackathon: Communicating Science

Science communication has been in the spotlight for quite some time, not only against the background of the COVID-19 pandemic. Its importance for creating an informed public that trusts science …

The Notebook pt. 2: “I liked the idea of carrying my research in just one bag”

Academic writing is a basic practice that does not start in writing up one’s research results for publishing. Right from the start of an idea for a research project, researchers …

The Notebook pt. 1: Taking Notes – “it’s a learned skill”

Producing, sharing, questioning, and contesting knowledge – in academia this is done mostly by writing and publishing papers. To make themselves heard in the academic world and to take part …