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January 08, 2016, 7:30–10 p.m.
How does my internal clock determine my daily rhythm? What is living in the deep sea? Can plants communicate? These and many other questions will be answered by scientists from disciplines such different as marine biology, ecology, chronobiology, and psychology in a lecture series entitled “Science in the Dinosaur Hall” at the Natural History Museum in Berlin. They will take us into foreign worlds, solve mysteries of nature, and vividly explain abstract phenomena. He will talk about what science can do for Berlin’s future.
Sebastian Turner (*1966) studied political science, business studies, constitutional, social and economic history, and journalism at the University of Bonn, Duke University in Durham, NC, and the University of North Carolina (UNC) in Chapel Hill, NC. Since then, Turner has worked as an entrepreneur, consultant, and journalist in the media and communication sector. In January 2014, he became partner and co-owner of the Berlin-based Tagesspiegel.Share this post
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