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Current NEWS from the LIB cosmos

From newly discovered animal species to treasures of historical collections, from environmental changes to nature conservation in the Anthropocene, from the opening of a special exhibition to a panel discussion: you will find all the latest information here. We also offer current press releases for download in the press area.

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    New pioneering Leibniz Lab to combat the pandemic

    The new Leibniz Lab “Pandemic Preparedness: One Health, One Future” combines excellent inter- and transdisciplinary research from 41 Leibniz Institutes. The LIB is also contributing its expertise in biodiversity research.

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    LIB involved in new Leibniz Lab “Systemic Sustainability”

    The Leibniz Lab “Systemic Sustainability” addresses the challenge posed by the rapid loss of biodiversity and ongoing climate change on the one hand and intensive agriculture and food security on the other.

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    From knowledge to action: “10 must-knows” as a guide for the conservation of biodiversity in Germany

    From as yet undiscovered biodiversity to resilient forests and the impact of food consumption on nature: 64 experts, including five from the LIB, have now pooled their knowledge and recommendations and published them in the form of “10 must-knows from biodiversity research” for 2024.

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    Where Evolution and Creation Went Hand in Hand: The Elisabeth Festival 2023

    The Elisabeth Festival brought together around 1,500 participants. Led by Toni Bohnenberger, who also invited LIB Director General Bernhard Misof for discussions on stage. We spoke with both of them about this extraordinary collaboration:

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    Sigmund Freud Prize winner Matthias Glaubrecht about knowledge transfer through literature

    On November 4, Prof. Dr. Matthias Glaubrecht, Scientific Project Manager of the new Hamburg Natural History Museum called “Evolutioneum”, was awarded this year’s Sigmund Freud Prize for Scientific Prose for his non-fiction books, including books on biodiversity and evolution.

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    In our new Escape game solve puzzles from the world of pollinators

    Transform a city into a livable environment for insects: Players can now immerse themselves in the fascinating and colorful world of “Project Pollination: A Buzzing Rescue“.

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