“Young Scientists”

Die Junge Akademie’s childrens book “Young Scientists” by biologist Gisela Kopp has been published. Kopp reveals how she researches animals even without meeting them in person.

The book’s aim is to illustrate, which paths (and detours) actually lead to a research career. 30 researchers from different disciplines talk about their first encounters and formative experiences in research, about coincidences and decisions, sparks of insight and lasting interest in research. About how an outsider in kindergarten can become a professor of computer science. Why, as the daughter of an illiterate woman, one teaches Islamic theology. Or how a legal scholar simply wants to understand why rules are so important for our coexistence. 30 exciting life stories of humanities, social, natural and engineering scientists that inspire and awaken interest in research.

The book can be ordered.

Read more on the website of Die Junge Akademie