English: Never ever grow up!

“Even though you want to try to, never grow up” J.M. Barrie, Peter Pan Peter Pan is the boy who never grows up. He lives on the island of Neverland with his “lost boys”. Every day he has adventures, surrounded by Indians, pirates, mermaids and fairies. He is dreamy, playful, curious. Sometimes he doesn’t like […]

English: Friend or Foe? – Scientists and Outreach

“I walk the line”. This famous song title by Johnny Cash describes best what science communication means for many scientists – a constant balancing act. Balancing between communicating in a personal way, but not revealing too many personal things. Between communicating understandably, maybe even for a broader public, but still remaining precise. I talked with […]

English: Project chaos – project chances

Since September 2020, I have been setting up the public relations for the three oceanic projects REEBUS, CUSCO and EVAR. Interested people can already find the projects on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook. This blog is also meant to be a way for people to dive deeper into everyday science and look behind the scenes of […]