The first leg of Science Sets Sail is now over, we docked in Riga, Latvia, and welcomed guests to a special ‘Captain’s Dinner’ and our second ‘Open Ship Day.’ You might be wondering what we’ve achieved from a scientific perspective? Before changing crews, we asked this of Prof. Dr. Axel...
On 18 July the three Science Set Sail teams – CHREN, GZN, and FAPS along with guest international researchers – welcomed visitors to the Thor Heyerdahl and science pavilion.
After being welcomed aboard on Saturday evening by Friedrich- Alexander University of Erlangen-Nuremberg (FAU) President, Professor Joachim Hornegger, the new teams were – quite literally – shown the ropes!
The open sea is perhaps a poignant environment to discuss human rights issues and potential solutions. We introduce the second of our teams – CHREN – which will join the first leg of Science Sets Sail.
FAU law student and medal-winning swimmer, Daniela Karst, will be in her element on the first leg of Science Sets Sail