Today’s match in our scientist meet-ups for Berlin Science Week: Monika Fuchs, a professor of Clothing Technology at HTW Berlin University of Applied Sciences and Christian Ulrichs, head of the division of Urban Plant Ecophysiology at Humboldt University.
Berlin’s data protection commissioner finds Deutsche Wohnen guilty of saving excessive amounts of data on tenants. The commission has now imposed a record high fine on Berlin’s largest private real estate group.
“Am Boden Bleiben,” part of the international network, “Stay Grounded,” is calling on activists to block an airport in Berlin on Sunday, November 10. Their demands include abolishing short-haul flights and halting all new airport construction and expansion.
Daniel Flohr, deputy chairman of Unabhängige Flugbegleiter Organisation (UFO), said the strike would affect all cabin crew members of Lufthansa in Germany and all flights going in and out of Germany starting at 00:00 on Thursday, November 7 and going until 24:00 on Friday, November 8.
What was the soundtrack of the late ’80s, shortly before and after the fall of the Berlin Wall? In this episode of Studio Berlin, host Erik Kirschbaum explores the power of music and how it captured the spirit of freedom and united people in East and West Germany.