Professor Johannes Vogel

General Director at Museum für Naturkunde, Berlin

General Director of the Museum für Naturkunde, Berlin
Professor of Biodiversity and Public Science at the Humboldt Universität, Berlin

Johannes Vogel is General Director of the Museum für Naturkunde in Berlin and Professor of Biodiversity and Public Science at the Humboldt Universität, Berlin. His research has focused on evolutionary biology and citizen science. His interests include developing dynamic, adaptive, entrepreneurial scientific organizations, and creating and sustaining robust knowledge communities and public engagement with science. He received a Ph.D. in the Department of Genetics, University of Cambridge and the Department of Botany, Natural History Museum, London, where he went on to become Keeper of Botany.

For Johannes's account of his research collaboration with CSaP see here.

  • 21 June 2021, 4pm

    A Virtual Dialogue: How economics can save the world

    A joint event with the Natural History Museum in Berlin: With our current economic system, we are consuming huge amounts of resources and destroying the web of life on earth. The recently published Dasgupta Review, commissioned by the UK Treasury, shows in 604 pages that biodiversity conservation must become a permanent feature in all areas of policy and the economy. Protecting nature's invaluable contributions to humankind is the critical challenge of the coming decades.

  • 28 May 2020

    Annual Conference Virtual Seminar Series: Citizen Science

    Is citizen science an approach, a way of thinking, or a set of tools? The second seminar in our annual conference seminar series will explore approaches to citizen science and the spaces in which it operates.

  • In news articles

    European delegation learn about UK engagement between academia and policymaking

    Last month, CSaP hosted a two-day visit by a German and Swedish delegation who were keen to learn more about CSaP's model of engagement between academia and government and to discuss the contribution of the humanities and social sciences to policy.