For the final part of our series in honor of Berlin Science Week, we paired two finalists from the international forum “Falling Walls Engage,” to talk about what they’re working on. Rackeb Tesfaye lives in Montreal, Canada and is the executive director and founder of Broad Science, Edward Kang lives in Chicago and is the co-founder of The Laboratory Collective.
What do Berlin Science Week participants from different fields who’ve never met before have in common? As part of our ongoing coverage, we paired Fridays for Future activist Lucia Parbel with Luiza Bengtsson, a biochemist turned science communicator at the Max Delbrück Center for Molecular Medicine.
We’re pleased to announce our upcoming cooperation with Nai Palm of Hiatus Kaiyote for her upcoming show at Silent Green on November 17. Nai Palm is a two-time Grammy nominated singer, songwriter and musician from Australia whose music has been championed by R&B and hip-hop’s most respected tastemakers including Questlove, Jazzy Jeff, Erykah Badu and Prince. Stay tuned for a ticket giveaway and interview.