Science communication about sleep and circadian rhythms is one of my passions. Below, you can find a selection #scicomm activities for printed media, radio, and TV that I have been involved in.
Schlafen – Wie die Corona-Pandemie unseren Schlaf verändert. Interview with Deutschlandfunk Nova on our Current Biology publication (12/06/20, listen here)
Bizarre Träume – Wie die Krise unseren Schlaf verändert. Interview with Deutschlandfunk Nova (18/05/20, listen here)
Schlafen in der Pandemie: Seltsamer Alltag, seltsame Träume. Interview with Deutschlandfunk Nova (14/04/20, listen here)
Interview with Deutschlandfunk Nova for “Dein Sonntag” (26/01/20, listen here)
Interview on optimal sleep duration with Deutschlandfunk Nova (15/10/19, listen here)
Interview on perennial summer time and its potential effects on SRF4 (16/03/2019, listen here)
Interview on how to get your sleep-wake rhythm sorted after the Christmas holidays on Deutschlandfunk Nova (02/01/2019, listen here)
Interview on music and how it might help us falling asleep on Deutschlandfunk Nova (15/11/18, listen here)
Interview on the study “Significance of Circadian Rhythms in Severely Brain-Injured Patients – A Clue to Consciousness” published in NEUROLOGY on “BBC Health Check” (BBC World Service, 04/2017, listen here)
Our sleep during ‘lockdown’: Longer and more regular, but worse. Press release from the University of Basel (11/06/20; German version).
How COVID-19 has altered sleep in the United States and Europe. Press release by Cell Press/Current Biology (10/06/20).
Blog post ‘Bizarre Dreams during COVID-19: Three Scientific Explanations‘ (21/04/20)
SWR “Talk am See” mit Gaby Hauptmann (26/10/2019, watch my part here from minute 37:00 on)
ORF Newton: Die Schattenseiten des Lichts (28/09/2019)
In July 2019, I curated the Twitter account @realsci_DE for a week covering topics related to sleep and chronobiology. Also see here.