03 Ι 04 Ι 05 May 2024

A weekend with a view

Look closely at what is happening.
Ilse Aichinger

Participants

At the Internationale Tage der Information in Innsbruck, journalists from different regions of the world can speak with their specific expertise, comment on pressing issues, debate with one another and talk to scientists, NGO representatives and the Audience.

Anna Tratter

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Anna Tratter is a student at the German School of Journalism in Munich. As a child, she wanted to become a vampire – today, instead of sucking blood, she prefers to absorb good stories about molecular ice machines, self-healing bones, and the quirks of Nobel laureates. Contrasts are not taboo for her: Mozart and Harry Styles, science journalism and trash TV, chemistry and communication science studies. For her academic work on the physicist Lise Meitner, Anna Tratter received the Gender Award from the University of Education in Salzburg. After internships at ORF, Münchner Merkur, and Nachrichten aus der Chemie, her articles now regularly appear in the Standard. When she’s not commuting between the Inn and Isar rivers, she can be found at the nearest climbing gym. In her writing, she draws inspiration from everyday lab life, playing the violin, and her Tyrolean homeland.

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The program

A weekend with a view: Debates, talks, readings, films, exhibitions and audio features

The locations

The festival venues are in the center of Innsbruck. They can be easily reached on foot.

Information

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