Round 3 of the re:publica review and we're back with re:publica 2009!
While federal judge Thomas Fischer is always looking to engage with other judges, scientists and advocates, he's not one to avoid a heated debate.
The 4th #FASHIONTECH BERLIN will take place 20 January. Forget icy temperatures – STATION-Berlin's Kühlhaus will be heating up when the fashion industry presents the newest innovations in fashion and technology trends.
In cooperation with our new partner World Health Summit (WHS), we've extended the #rpTEN health track's Call for Papers deadline to 31 January 2016. It's not too late to get involved!
We're only a few days away from the final #rpTEN Call for Papers deadline. Don't miss your chance to submit! Submissions end on 10 January 2016.
What social, ethnic, legal and political questions does the Big Data issue bring with it? The multitalented Kate Crawford provides some answers.
The 10th re:publica! Let us take you on a journey back in time to the year 2008. Curtains up for #rp08.
As 2015 winds down, we look back at an exciting year. Welcome to 2016!
Together with Musicboard Berlin, music will be a big feature at #rpTEN. We want your ideas! Get involved by applying to our Call for Papers.
re:publica embraces spring season – our new platform spring berlin wants to compile and present events of Berlin's creative scene.
Journalist Caroline Emcke pushes boundaries. Reporting from war torn countries and crisis regions, she investigates how violence affects people and discusses underlying philosophical problems, through essays and commentaries.
Ten years of re:publica! Join us, as we go back in time through the years... starting with #rp07. Share your memories from those early days.