Book a Scientist - Speed Dating with Science

On June 15, curious minds are invited to a new edition of "Book a Scientist". In this format, initiated by the Leibniz Association, Leibniz researchers answer questions on topics that touch everyday life. This time, seven scientists from the IOER are taking part.

In the current round of the "Book a Scientist" format, IOER is represented by Karin Gruhler, Neelakshi Joshi and Sebastian Heer. Book an exclusive, virtual conversation with our scientists.

Karin Gruhler looks at how many construction materials are in buildings and how a material cadastre can help determine future quantities of construction waste and its recycling potential. Neelakshi Joshi raises the question of how to address climate change without continuing to impact nature, and Sebastian Heer wants to discuss what it takes for scientific policy advice to work.

At "Book a Scientist", interested parties can now book an exclusive, virtual conversation with our scientists on all these topics and 60 others. To do so, visit Here you will also find a complete overview of the topics as well as further information about the event.

The talks are partly offered in German and English.

The Leibniz Institute of Ecological Urban and Regional Development is jointly funded by the federal government and the federal states.

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