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Den (U)personlige sygdom

Den (U)personlige sygdom

17 maj kl. 19:00 Mere info
Fedme – hvad er problemet?

Fedme – hvad er problemet?

15. Marts kl. 19:00 Mere info
Krops-reparationer

Krops-reparationer

30. Marts kl. 19:00 Mere info
Hvad sker der i hovedet, når man skærer i maven?

Hvad sker der i hovedet, når man skærer i maven?

27. april kl. 19:00 Mere info
Knogler og Kranier

Knogler og Kranier

30. november

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Den udødelige cellelinje HeLa

Den udødelige cellelinje HeLa

01. november
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Mennesket som superorganisme

Mennesket som superorganisme

27. september

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Anette Stenslund's PhD Defence
  • Anette Stenslund will defend her PhD 'Atmospheric smell – hospital-based and museum-staged' on Monday 21st December 2015, 1-4pm followed by an informal reception
  • The defence will be held in the Medical Museion auditorium, Bredgade 62, Copenhagen K
  • More information about the thesis, defence, and committee can be found here.
Cellcraft I workshop
Cellcraft II workshop
Considering Exhibitions
  • Symposium about the good exhibition
  • 23 August 2015 2-5pm at the National Museum, Ny Vestergade 10, København K
  • The Bikuben Foundation presents the symposium Considering Exhibitions featuring discussion on the potentials of the medium of exhibition with emphasis on cross-disciplinary projects. The event is in English. Full program and details available here.
Nature and Culture in the Mirror of Knowledge
  • Seminar with Professor HANS-JÖRG RHEINBERGER, Scientific Member of the Max Planck Society and Director at the Max Planck Institute for the History of Science, Berlin.
  • Tuesday 23 June, 14.00-16.00
  • According to the „two cultures“ thesis, the natural sciences and the humanities have, in the course of the 20th century, grown apart into fields of knowledge that do not understand each other anymore. In this lecture, Hans-Jörg Rheinberger destabilizes the contours of this black-and-white thinking and presents the history of disciplines as dramatically ever-changing formations. Contrasting respective positions of Cassirer, Mannheim, Bachelard and Bourdieu, he discusses concepts of nature and culture on the one hand, and formations of knowledge beyond disciplines on the other. The gaze beyond – or better, below – the disciplines can be understood as a reaction to the fact that the disciplinary dichotomy between nature and spirit has started to be fundamentally transformed throughout the 20th century. This plea from the point of view of a science historian, instead of looking backwards, aims at promoting a new culture of mutual „call-out-and-in” to deal with an epistemic universe henceforth no longer comprehensible in a dual but in an irreducibly plural mode.
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