Science in action
The podcast about security and disaster research in practice
In the new DCNA podcast, we give a voice to "science in action":
We illuminate crisis and disaster research from different perspectives, look behind the scenes of scientific work and give concrete insights into the work of researchers and emergency services.
How are research results transferred to the relevant authorities? Which disciplines belong to disaster research? What does the work of scientists and emergency services look like? Astrid Al-Akrawi asks her guests these questions and many more in the “Science in action” podcast. Our podcast is currently only available in German.
Do you have any questions, criticism, or suggestions about the podcast? Would you like to suggest a guest to us? Reach out to us at email@example.com.
Harald Vacik (BOKU Vienna) talks about how many forest fires there are in Austria and how emergency services and research deal with them, why there are more forest fires in Austria, and what we have to expect in the future.
Stefan Rass (Johannes Kepler University Linz) and Günter Gruber (Technical University Graz) on modern critical infrastructure, intelligent systems in use and the role of waste water - and what happens when the waste water disposal does not work.
"Rollin at 5" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
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