Tudor BAETU (Université du Québec à Trois-Rivières (UQTR), Canada), 2023-10-03 15:00 (CET). To join our colloquium please register with Zoom
The KLI fellows and team travelled to lots of conferences this summer, sharing insights from their research and discussing promising new endeavours with the international community.
The Vienna Science Studies Lab reading group continues and the lab will be expanded, hosting meetings on works in progress to enable constructive feedback.
The new addition to the Vienna Series in Theoretical Biology from the MIT Press is a coherent and comprehensive theory of life that synthesizes the specific properties of living organisms.
The editors summarize issue 18(3)—which includes a debate on the evolution of consciousness and a new look at the role of abiotic stressors on immune systems—out this month, with free reading links for articles.
Enrico Petracca’s project “Embodied Rationality: Normative and Evolutionary Foundations” introduces a novel naturalistic perspective on rationality, called "embodied rationality".
Stadtmauer’s project “The Developmental Evolutionary Basis of Tissue Type” aims to develop a theory for the developmental-evolutionary concept of "tissue type".
The new addition to the Vienna Series in Theoretical Biology from the MIT Press is a unique exploration of teleonomy- "evolved purposiveness"- as a major influence in evolution.
In "Revisiting Leonardo on Muscles: Intimations of Mathematical Biology and Biomechanics," Michael Kemp explores da Vinci's remarkable anatomical drawings.
A new book chapter co-authored by Guido Caniglia argues for systems thinking, complexity literacy and transdisciplinary methodology for sustainability education.
The latest addition to the Vienna Series in Theoretical Biology from the MIT Press.
The Vienna Science Studies Lab recently held its third meeting at the KLI, discussing Max Liboiron's "Pollution is Colonialism".
We are excited to announce our participation in PLUS Change, an international project aiming to transform land management strategies for social, climate, and biodiversity benefits.
New paper by Hari Sridhar and Priti Bangal revisits the ‘nuclear species’ concept, finding frequent mis-citations of core ideas.