At this short presentation competition, four Science Slams lasting ten minutes that relate to the main subject “How to Feed the World in Times of Pandemics and Climate Change” were presented.
The international audience decided in the end in the form of an online vote to whom the BMEL-trophy 2021 was awarded. After the award ceremony the audience got the opportunity to get in touch with the Slam-participants in so called “Deep Dives”, separate virtual rooms.
The event took place in English.
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When Insina is not busy singing younger and older people to sleep with her personalised CD “Gute Nacht… Schlaflieder für dich” (Good night… lullabies for you), she tours the country with her concert programmes.
For twelve years now, she has been the organisational and artistic director for “Klassenreisen zur Musik” (Class trips to music) of Rolf and Monika Zuckowski’s “Kinder brauchen Musik” (Children need music) foundation and has rehearsed mini-musicals with 80 children.
She is the conductor and stage director of “Meckerkring”, the only “complaints” choir performing with various choir formats in Low German, a dialect spoken mainly in Northern Germany.
She facilitates scientific communication formats such as the Science Slam in Hamburg and Berlin and all kinds of other meetings and events.
She and Annie Heger also form the “Die Deichgranaten” duo which tours with a music cabaret programme and can also be found on Youtube with Low German tutorials, so-called “Verklarial” videos.
Next year, she will also celebrate her premiere as singer-songwriter with her “Alles jetzt” (Everything now) solo programme.
Her first song will appear in January 2021.
We are very pleased about the great interest in our Think Aloud! GFFA Science Slam and thank you for the applications received from all over the world. Out of the big number of interested applicants these four candidates were chosen:
Our GFFA Science Slam is a short presentation competition where presenters have ten minutes to introduce their scientific research topic. The main aim is to communicate scientific concepts to a mixed, technically interested, but predominantly non-scientific audience. The focus will be not so much on competition but rather on communication about a specialist topic that stimulates discussion and on interactions between the presenter and the audience.
The international and intercultural audience of the GFFA Science Slam is generally composed of members from industry, academia, politics and civil society who are interested in agricultural and food issues. After the four slam presentations, the audience rates these presentations in the form of an online vote. Apart from the scientific contents, the comprehensibility and the entertainment value of the presentations will also be rated.
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