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HVB Women’s Forum elects DLD friend Beatrix Förster for its mentorship programme
Beuys and Ella in One Villa
Those were the days. Extravagant „Malerfürsten“ (princes of art) were building their villae suburbanae on green grass. The dawn of an epicentre of modernism settled just outside the cities’ former boundaries. In front of the Propylaeum, Realist painter Fr
Those were the days. Extravagant „Malerfürsten“ (princes of art) were building their villae suburbanae on green grass. The dawn of an epicentre of modernism settled just outside the cities’ former ...
The following quote by Albert Einstein is like a mantra for Seymour: “Imagination is more important than knowledge. Knowledge is limited. Imagination encircles the world. Logic will get you from A ...
Play, Passion and Purpose - is education 2.0
Thomas L. Friedman interviewed Tony Wagner, the Harvard education specialist for the New York Times, and found that in future: "if you need a job, invent it." The interview highlights why the ...
A selection of DLD13 highlights for your enjoyment over the well-earned Easter Break! If this is not enough DLD-inspiration for you, go straight to the video gallery to find your ...
An adventure for girls
Two New Hampshire girls are currently hiking the 500-mile Camino de Santiago to raise money for two non-for-profits, GirlVentures and Global Fund for Women. Their journey across northern Spain ...
A Monday Reminder
DLD speaker Diane Brady interviewed DLDwomen co-chairwoman Arianna Huffington about burning out at work. See the article for some good reminders if you find yourself in the office or glued to the ...
The cover of David Agus’ book “The End of Illness” is a visualization of all proteins in one drop of blood. The image highlights the essence of Agus’ art of medicine – first we need to know what ...
"The Weather Channel is changing the Climate Change Discussion"
At DLD13 the climate change debate was pushed forward. The panel from politics and science focused on "managing the unavoidable" and "avoiding the unmanageable". "While weather might be ...