In this episode of the Offspring Podcast, Srinath and Niko interview Dr. Jorg Körner from Acatech, the German Academy of Science and Engineering which gives advice to the federal and state governments on future technologies and scientific policies. Dr. Körner shares his journey to Acatech and his ex
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In this episode of the Offspring Podcast, Srinath and Niko interview Dr. Jorg Körner from Acatech, the German Academy of Science and Engineering which gives advice to the federal and state governments on future technologies and scientific policies. Dr. Körner shares his journey to Acatech and his experience working at the intersection of politics and science. Furthermore, he explains the process of new innovations and technologies making their way into the daily lives of the general populace.
Acatech describes most of their current projects on their website https://en.acatech.de/project/
If you have any questions concerning acatech feel free to reach out to Dr. Körner:
If you would like to know more about other institutions that are similar to acatech here are a few links:
ALLEA (Alliance of European Academies): allea.org
Royal Society (UK): royalsociety.org
LERU (League of European Research Universities): leru.org
Science Europe (Research Funding Coalition): scienceeurope.org
If you have any feedback, comments or questions, please feel free to reach out to us at the following email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Please feel free to check out the Offspring-Blog where we publish articles on a regular basis. https://www.phdnet.mpg.de/offspring-blog
Intro - Outro music composed by Srinath Ramkumar: https://twitter.com/srinathramkumar
Pre-Intro jingle composed by Gustavo Carrizo: https://www.instagram.com/carrizo.gus/?hl=es
You can follow the hosts of this podcast on Twitter here:
Srinath Ramkumar: https://twitter.com/srinathramkumar
Nikolai Hoermann: https://twitter.com/HoermannNikolai
Allison Lewis: https://twitter.com/OswaldsMom
Until Next Week, Stay Safe and Stay