In this year’s round of the WIRE Research@Home Fellowship we digitally welcome nine all new amazing scientists from all over Europe. We’ll get a glimpse into the research of Julietta and her take on Migration and Religion in Ancient Greece. Yamina will introduce us to the realm of Energy and Climate Policies. Debdatta is going to show us the world’s thinnest optics she is currently doing research on – in her field of Nanophotonics.
Are you curious about how smartphones can help investigating the well-being of couples? Stay tuned for Rui’s psychological research on smartphone-based experience sampling. If you’re a book worm and into Artists’s Book Fairs, Louisa’s research will definitely grab your attention. Julija dives into post- and transhumanistic movements from a theological point of view.
Anna contributes to answering the question of how to make the nitrogen fertilization more sustainable in her research of plant physiology. Kate studies the religion and the economy of slavery in colonial Jamaica. Mariagiulia investigates the matter of externalization of borders and the right to leave: what is the responsibility for African states from a judicial point of view. More soon!


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