“As long as you are asking questions such as who is the lead researcher, who owns the research that in itself is setting up a hierarchy”

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03 May 2021

“As long as you are asking questions such as who is the lead researcher, who owns the research that in itself is setting up a hierarchy”

  • By Katharina Flicker

This month we talked to Adrian Tchaikovsky in order to collect as many perspectives on (future) research environments as possible. Tchaikovsky studied Zoology and Psychology at the University of Reading in the UK, and is most reknown for the Shadows of the Apt-Series. Tchaikovsky won several awards for his work, including the Arthur C. Clarke Award and the British Fantasy Award.

The interview is available for download (DOI 10.5281/zenodo.4730660) and can be read on the EOSCSecretariat Website.

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