Konstanzer Homeoffice-Studie

Konstanzer Langzeitstudie stellt fest, dass besonders jüngere ArbeitnehmerInnen dem Arbeiten im Homeoffice positiv gegenüberstehen. Ein Sechstel von ihnen würden für garantierte Homeoffice-Tage sogar Gehaltseinbußen in Kauf nehmen.

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Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz-Prize for Iain Couzin

Outstanding research on the "rules of the swarm": behavioural biologist Professor Iain Couzin from the University of Konstanz awarded the Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz Prize of the German Research Foundation (DFG). The Leibniz Prize is the most important and most highly endowed research award in Germany.

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Among the most influential scientists

Collective behaviour researcher Prof Iain Couzin from the University of Konstanz has been included in the 2021 list of the “Global Highly Cited Researchers” for the fourth time in a row.

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Social Policies for the Digital Age

Political scientists at the University of Konstanz investigate citizens’ expectations of their governments in 24 OECD countries in response to increasing automatization and digitalization of their workplace.

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Wie Landvögel Ozeane überqueren

Zugvögel wählen ihre Routen so, dass sie die besten Rückenwind- und Aufwindbedingungen vorfinden. So gelingt es ihnen, ohne Zwischenstopps hunderte von Kilometer über das offene Meer zu fliegen.

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Order of merit for Martin Wikelski

Professor Martin Wikelski was awarded the Baden-Württemberg order of merit. In Radolfzell, the Minister of Science, Theresia Bauer, gave the laudation for the director of the Max Planck Institute of Animal Behavior and honorary professor of the University of Konstanz

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Wearing a mask – for yourself or for others?

Different age groups have different reasons for wearing face masks during the COVID-19 pandemic, says a study involving economists and behavioural researchers from Konstanz. Health campaigns should therefore be specifically tailored to different groups.

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