Live broadcast at HZB - now as podcast!

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After a live broadcast the programme "Die Profis" is now online as a podcast.

Loads of excitements on Friday in Adlershof, when the cafeteria is transformed into a radio station.

Saturday 13th November, RadioEins' science magazine "Die Profis" was broadcast live from the control room of BESSY II.

The focus was particularly on sustainability, climate protection and photovoltaics, regarding COP 26 in Glasgow and the Helmholtz Climate Initiative conference in mid-November.

Moderator Stephan Karkowski welcomed the following guests: Rudger Schlatmann (Institute Competence Centre Photovoltaics, PVcomB), Friedrich Bohn (Department of Ecological Modelling at the Helmholtz Centre for Environmental Research, UFZ), Claudia Traidl-Hoffmann (School of Medicine, Technische Universität München), Roland Dittmeyer (Director of the Institute for Micro Process Engineering, KIT) and Thomas Jung (Spokesperson for the research programme "Changing Earth - Sustaining our Future" and Vice Director of the Alfred Wegener Institute, AWI).

>> You can listen to the programme now as a podcast (in German).


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