Alumni AudioLab

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Alumni AudioLab is a monthly podcast series where alumni of the OeAD talk about themselves and their research. The OeAD brings together researchers from all over the world and from different fields of research who spent part of their research career in Austria – some of them have even stayed here. In the Alumni AudioLab they tell their stories, talk about their scientific ambitions, their motivations and their personal backgrounds. It is an open format for all those who are not only interested in science as such but also in the people behind it.

AAL_11_Alumni AudioLab with Gibson Nyanhongo

40:29#Alumni#Podcasts
Passion in the smallest space - Gibson Nyanhongo is a biotechnologist conducting research on enzymes, which are the motor of the world for him.

AAL_10_Alumni AudioLab with Dana Linkeschova

43:15#Podcasts#Alumni
Management and leadership as basic skills for work and everyday life. A Czech teacher reports.

AAL_9_Alumni AudioLab with Kalkidan Negash Obse

41:58#Podcasts#Alumni
Addis Ababa-Miami-Graz and back – a human rights researcher on his geographical and professional journey to the rectorate of Dilla University / Ethiopia

AAL_8_Alumni AudioLab with Fernando Ruiz Peyré

37:10#Podcasts#Alumni
Fernando Ruiz Peyré is a development geographer researching peripheral areas in Argentina. (podcast in German)

AAL_7_Alumni AudioLab with Sara de Jong

45:45#Podcasts#Alumni
Politics but not party politics, research on migration but not primarly on migrants. Sara de Jong conducts research in various fields.

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