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In the series“33 questions” we introduce, in no particular order, our WiRe Fellows who are currently working on a research project here at the University of Münster. Why 33? Well, if we think of the rush hour of life, it is kind of the age that lies in its middle. And we also like the number😉.

In today’s episode we are speaking with Dr Yamina Saheb, climate mitigation scientist and passionate lover of architecture.

“In the series “33 questions” we introduce, in no particular order, our WiRe Fellows who are currently working on a research project here at the University of Münster. Why 33? Well, if we think of the rush hour of life, it is kind of the age that lies in its middle. And we also like the number😉.

In our today’s episode we speak to Dr Kornélia Baghy, molecular biologist and expert in the field of cancer research.

 “In the series “33 questions” we introduce, in no particular order, our WIRE Fellows who are currently working on a research project here at the University of Münster. Why 33? Well, if we think of the rush hour of life, it is kind of the age that lies in its middle. And we also like the number. 

In today’s episode we are speaking with Tatiana Falcão, an international tax lawyer and avid supporter of carbon tax regimes.

“In the series “33 questions” we introduce, in no particular order, our WIRE Fellows who are currently working on a research project here at the University of Münster. Why 33? Well, if we think of the rush hour of life, it is kind of the age that lies in its middle. And we also like the number .

In today’s episode we are speaking with Leyre Marzo, chemist and expert in photocatalysis.

“In the series “33 questions” we introduce, in no particular order, our WiRe Fellows who are currently working on a research project here at the University of Münster. Why 33? Well, if we think of the rush hour of life, it is kind of the age that lies in its middle. And we also like the number😉.

In our today’s episode we are speaking with Dr Madalina Stefan, Film, Literature and Cultural Studies Scholar, compulsive reader, highly addicted to theory and movie junkie, passionate about publishing on Accented Cinema and deeply in love with nature narratives.

“In the series “33 questions” we introduce, in no particular order, our WiRe Fellows who are currently working on a research project here at the University of Münster. Why 33? Well, if we think of the rush hour of life, it is kind of the age that lies in its middle. And we also like the number😉.

In our today’s episode we are speaking with Dr Joana Nogueira Brockmeyer, an ecologist dedicated to improving the satellite information to characterise and monitoring fire events

“In the series “33 questions” we introduce, in no particular order, our WiRe Fellows who are currently working on a research project here at the University of Münster. Why 33? Well, if we think of the rush hour of life, it is kind of the age that lies in its middle. And we also like the number😉.

Dr Aleksandra Kubiak-Schneider, archaeologist, historian of religions, ancient historian, epigraphist (all-in-one) in the area of the Near East after the conquest of Alexander the Great, passionate about Palmyra, the ancient city on the Syrian Desert with splendid ruins, as well as passionate about deciphering ancient inscriptions in various dialects of Aramaic.

In the series “33 Questions for” we introduce, in no particular order, our WiRe Fellows who are currently working on a research project here at the University of Münster. Why 33? Well, if we think of the rush hour of life, it is kind of the age that lies in its middle. And we also like the number😉.

In our final episode we are speaking with Angélique, neurobiologist and passionate lover of drosophila flies, “confocals”, scalpels, the beauty of nature – even in such creatures as flies – and of course her current research on the so-called circadian clock. Have a look for yourself and check out our short documentary about “The Lady of the Flies” Angélique: