|Type 1 diabetes: “citizen scientists” wanted|
In the TeQfor1 project, researchers at ITAS are investigating the effects of open source technologies for automated insulin delivery on the quality of life of people with type 1 diabetes. The project is looking for people using such systems.more
|International Summer School on Open Science|
This year’s ITAS Summer School in San Sebastián deals with the ambivalences of “open science” in times of social and scientific change. PhD students are welcome to apply until 29 February 2020.more
|Thematic evening “Mensch | Macht | Klima”|
How climate protection works in everyday live is hotly debated. For the second time, on Tuesday, 18. February 2020, the series technik.kontrovers at ITAS offers food for thought for making a personal contribution to climate protection.more
|District Future launches podcast|
On 28 January 2020, the podcast „Labor Zukunft – Forschung ohne Kittel“ started on Campusradio Karlsruhe. Every two months, it now provides insights into real-world lab research and practice for a good and sustainable life in Karlsruhe.more
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|Pharmaceutical residues in drinking water and water bodies|
Against the background of increasing consumption of pharmaceuticals, TAB presents in its Arbeitsbericht No. 183 a concentrated overview of the state of knowledge on quantities, qualities and effects of micropollutants on humans and the environment.more
|From “Dark Patterns” to “Beyond Big Data”|
Five new short thematic profiles from TAB's Horizon Scanning offer condensed information on current scientific and technological trends and socio-economic developments in early stages of development.