Here they are: The fresh weekly Gauss tips from October 28th to November 11th, 2020
Online lecture: Scientists 4 Future: “100 % renewable energy supply in Germany: (How) Can this be done” – Oct 29th 2020, 6.30 – 8 p.m.
100 % renewable energy supply in Germany: (How) Is that possible? An online lecture by Dr. Peter Klafka.
The energy industry must become CO2-free as quickly, affordably and securely as possible. How do you get from today’s 15% renewable primary energy share to 100% sufficiently quickly? How to replace crude oil, natural gas and coal in all areas of application? Can we supply ourselves in Germany or are hydrogen imports the solution? After a foray into the energy industry, a possible solution path is presented.
Further information and the link to the event can be found here.
Film Festival Online: 34th Braunschweig International Film Festival – 2nd – 8th November 2020
From November 2nd to 8th, the festival shows a total of 82 films in five competition and special series. The focus is on young European cinema. There are short films as well as full-length films by various international directors in different languages. Due to the current pandemic situation, almost all films will be available online around the clock for seven days from the start of the festival on Monday, November 2, 6:00 p.m. throughout Germany.
Students up to 27 years of age can use the Easy-Festivalpass, with which they can watch all 82 films for only 25 € (instead of 99 €).
Readings Online: #readntalk readings – 28th October, 4th November, 11th November 2020 at 7 p.m. each
28.10.2020: Franziska Böhler with “I’m a Nurse – Why I love my job as a nurse despite everything”
04.11.2020: Judith Hoersch* with “Juno and the journey to the miracles”.
11.11.2020: Alex Beer with “Among wolves – the hidden enemy”
The entrance is free. Further information and the link to the event can be found here.