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Jenzig71/ | homepage
jarts/ | homepage
complize/ | homepage
PolaRocket/ | homepage
estherm/ | homepage

Danish Puthan Valiyandi - | Photos and videos of the founding team
Marcel Schwickerath – | Photos of the directors
Miguel Ferraz - | Photos of the symposium and the inauguration
Fabian Röttger, Vivien Weyrauch - | Videos of the symposium and the inauguration
W. R. Wagner / | Photo research breakfast
Claudia Heinstein – Blitzsaloon Berlin | Photos ESRC & Participation Conference

Document by Jamison Wieser from The Noun Project | Icons
Book by KΛPKLΛM from the Noun Project  | Icons
discussion by I Create Stuff from the Noun Project | Icons
Building Blocks by Oliver Rooker from the Noun Project | Icons
Target by Barracuda from the Noun Project | Icons
books by faisalovers from the Noun Project | Icons
Artificial Intelligence by Evan MacDonald from the Noun Project | Icons
Font Awesome by Dave Gandy - | Icons
Community by Gregor Cresnar from the Noun Project | Icons
Global Infrastructure by Sachin Modgekar from the Noun Project | Icons
Complexity by SBTS from the Noun Project | Icons
Globalization by John Nichols from the Noun Project | Icons

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