Dr. Ariane König

Research scientist

Academic Area(s) Multidisciplinary, general & others / Education & instruction / Sociology & social sciences
Faculty or Centre Faculty of Humanities, Education and Social Sciences
Department Department of Social Sciences
Postal Address Campus Kirchberg, Université du Luxembourg
6, rue Richard Coudenhove-Kalergi
L-1359 Luxembourg
Campus Office D04
Email
Telephone (+352) 46 66 44 6233
Speaks English, French, German, Italian, Luxembourgish, Spanish
Research Stays in Luxembourg, United Kingdom, United States of America

Ariane König is a Research Scientist at the University of Luxembourg, where she and her team are engaged in research projects to facilitate and learn from social processes with experts and stakeholders to address complex sustainability challenges. The research focus is on food and water and land-use systems as tightly coupled social-ecological-technological systems. The work seeks to better understand and inform how developments and transformations within the spheres of society, technology, ecology and the personal sphere are interdependent to inform policies and action for deliberate transformations for a more sustainable society. Much of the research work is in the form of participatory inquiry and develops and implements methods for systems and scenario approaches and citizen science. König also built and coordinates an innovative study programme in “Sustainability and Social Innovation” that is open to students and professionals.  Apart from her membership of the national government advisory gremium Observatoire de la Politique Climatique, König is a member of the European Statistical Advisory Committee and has completed two terms as a member of the national Conseil Supérieur pour un Développement Durable. 

König obtained her Bachelor and Ph.D. at the University of Cambridge, Emmanuel College. She also completed a first trimester on European Law and Competition Law of the Master in European Law, Government and Policy at the London School of Economics. She first worked as Regulatory Affairs Manager compiling and presenting environmental and health impact assessments of genetically modified crops for a leading multinational life science corporation.  Thereafter she joined the universities of Harvard and Oxford, where she conducted research and taught post-graduate and executive training courses on governance of new technologies and risk, with a focus on sustainable agricultural food production. She has also worked as an independent scientific consultant for the OECD, the European Commission, and EU research consortia. She has over 50 publications, her most recent book ‘Sustainability Science: Key Issues’ was published by Routledge in 2018.

Motto: Let’s work together for healthy ecosystems, social systems, and lifestyles! 

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Last updated on: Friday, 23 September 2022

CURRENT RESEARCH INTERESTS

Field of knowledge and core concepts: Social and transformative learning for sustainability in complex social-ecological-technological systems; with a current focus on the regeneration of renewable resources such as water and fertile top soil. 

Central research question: how to organize transdisciplinary scientific inquiry for better taking into account complexity, contingency, contradictions, uncertainty, ignorance, and open futures, as we shape our intentions and actions on sustainability challenges.

Research approaches and methods:  collaborative conceptual systems mapping, scenario and visioning methods, and the co-design of sustainability indicators, citizen science projects, and living laboratories. 

Experiences drawn upon: Dr König’s transdisciplinary research and teaching benefits from a unique combination of career experiences including as a researcher in the natural and social sciences in academia, as well as working in the private sector, and for intergovernmental organisations.  Her work in the area of governance and risk regulation, technology impact assessment, Science and Technology Studies (STS), epidemiology and (eco-)toxicology, genetic engineering and biochemistry in diverse organisational settings all prove highly salient in her current transdisciplinary research and teaching on sustainability science for transforming human-environment interactions.

OVERVIEW ON MAIN CURRENT RESEARCH THAT I RAISED FUNDS FOR AND LEAD AS PI

Project

Duration

Budget

(kEuro)

Core questions and methods

Human resources

Funded by…

NEXUS FUTURES

2017-2022

943

Can we improve understandings and action repertoires on challenges at the water-soil nexus with collaborative conceptual systems mapping, and scenarios approaches?

1 Ph.D.

(4 years),

1 Post doc (5 years)

Ministry for Sustainable Development and the University of Luxembourg

WATGOV

2017-2021

187

Can citizen science play a role in improving water governance in Luxembourg?

1 Ph.D. (3+1 years)

An Internal Research Project (IRP) grant of the University of Luxembourg set up to foster interdisciplinary and cross-faculty research.

SCHOOL FUTURES

2017-2021

200

Can scenario and systems approaches be designed in order to foster ‘transdisciplinary’ learning at schools?

1 Ph.D.

(4 years)

Ministry for Education, and the Service for Coordination of Research and Innovation and Technologies (SCRIPT))

BIOSPHERE INVEST

2020-2021

54

 

Innovative future financial instruments to fund the regeneration of resilient ecosystems that provide fundamental ecosystems services with associated impact assessment schemes (first focus on forests).

1 Research Associate

(1 year)

The European Investment Bank

(STAREBEI scheme)

 

FUNDING RESPONSIBILITIES AT VARIOUS CAREER STAGES INCLUDED

2020-2021: Project BiosphereInvest, PI: Ariane König. Budget: 54 k Euro.

2017-2022: Project ‘NEXUS FUTURES’, PI: Ariane König.  Budget: 943 k Euro

2017-2021: Project ‘WATGOV’ PI: Ariane König.  Budget: 187 k Euro

2017-2021: Project ‘SCHOOL FUTURES’, PI: Ariane König.  Budget: 200 k Euro

2009-2015: University of Luxembourg: Head of Sustainable development.  Budget: ~75 000 Euro/year.

2012: Fonds National de la Recherche: Public Lecture Series on Sustainable Development’: 3000Euro

2010: Grant by Fonds National de la Recherche for ISCN Symposium in China. Budget: 10 000 Euro.

2005-2007:Part-time independent consultant. Received fees in the order of 15 000 - 20,000 Euro/year.

1998-2000: Monsanto. Head of Scientific Affairs Europe / Africa.  Budget of ~1.4 M USD / year.

1993-1995:  ESRS grant in support of Ph.D.

 

RESEARCH TRAINEES – Ph.D. LEVEL

  • Kristina Hondrila ‘What is actionable knowledge for sustainable water governance?’ started on 15 March 2017 – December 2020. Successful defence on 4.December 2020. Role: Supervisor, PI.
  • Karl Pickar ‘Co-design of a citizen science tool for sustainable water governance and transformative learning‘, started on 1 July 2017- ongoing. Role: Supervisor, PI.
  • Bo Raber ‘Transformative learning from collaborative conceptual systems mapping and futures in schools‘, started on 15 November 2017 – ongoing. Supervisor, PI: Ariane König.
  • Paula Hild ‘Implementation of the circular economy: Challenges for institutions and practices‘, Role: member of the .Committee d’Encadrement de Thèse , Supervisor: Prof. Christian Schulz, Ongoing.
  • Jan Tobias-Doerr .’Learning from 30 years of transition – A reconstruction of the sustainable development of Beckerich and its implication for Luxembourgish rural development’ supervisor Prof. Christian Schulz, My role:  Member of the .Committee d’Encadrement de Thèse and vice president of the jury. Completed in May 2019.
  • Ante Galich ‘The co-production of policy and science in the governance of EU research & innovation policy’’ co-supervisor with Prof. Robert Harmsen- My role: Scientific contact and vice president of the jury.  Completed in February 2015.
  • Franklin Feyeh Bahfon on ‘Greening Local Economies in Luxembourg: Understanding Nature Parks as instruments of Sustainable Regional Development’ co-supervisor with Prof. Christian Schulz. Role : Scientific contact. Completed in May 2015.

 

RESEARCH SUPERVISED AT MASTERS -LEVEL

  • Tea Sikharulize on ‘Exploring the challenges to participatory water governance: the case of the Upper-Sûre and Syr River Partnerships in Luxembourg’ Masters Thesis prepared as part of the Master in Geography and Spatial Planning at the University of Luxembourg, submitted in July 2018.
  • Simone Kolz on ‘Climate change in the Himalayas: the role of local adaptation plans for action in Nepal’, Masters Thesis prepared as part of the Master in Geography and Spatial Planning at the University of Luxembourg, submitted in September 2016.
  • Samuel Evans on ‘The governance of biotechnology at WTO: a cultural theory framework’, Masters Thesis at the University of Oxford, who was awarded the Dan Gowler Prize for prize for best dissertation in the Management Department of the year at the Saïd Business School.
  • Tutorials for Masters Students at the Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University accompanying the course on ‘Environmental Science for Policy’. Gave supervisions and tutorials to undergraduates at Cambridge University.



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2013-to date: Developed and direct the Certificate in ‘Sustainability and Social Innovation’ at the University of Luxembourg:  An innovative study programme with 2 core courses for 6 ECTS each on ‘Science and Citizens meet Challenges of Sustainability’ and on ‘Social Enterprise and Social Innovation’, 2 auxiliary course, project work, and internship opportunities for transformative learning for sustainability. I developed the course on environmental science for ‘Global Environmental Change in the Anthropocene’ the Master in Geography and Spatial Planning that can also count towards the Certificate.

2014- 2017: Doctoral school seminars: Co-lead and development of the programme for the interdisciplinary strand on sustainability of the IPSE doctoral school. The seminar on ‘The practice of critical interdisciplinarity’ will be offered as transversal skills course at the university cross-faculty level starting in 2020.

2020-todate: Transferable skills doctoral seminar on Science in Society, University of Luxembourg.

2021:  Taught a full course on future-oriented systems thinking at the Sophia University in Tokyo, Japan, on invitation by Ass. Prof. Hideki Maruyama.

2018 – to date: Invited teaching at the Université de Namur, Belgium:  Contribution of lectures and workshops to a course on Systems thinking in the Master of Smart Ruralities developed by Prof. Nicolas Dendoncker.

2017 - 2019: Invited teaching at the University of Hokkaido, Sapporo, Japan: Invited to co-design and contribute lectures and a workshop to a course in Summer School of Hokkaido University on Sustainable campus development, systems thinking and futures developed by Ass. Prof. Maki Ikegami.

2009-2012: Interdisciplinary cross-faculty courses: Developed and taught the University of Luxembourg’s first interdisciplinary cross-faculty courses (for students and professionals) on ‘Science and citizens meet challenges of sustainability’; and ‘Social enterprise and social innovation’.

2002-2004: Executive training:  Taught in executive training programmes on Competitive Advantage Regulation and the Environment (CARE) offered by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and on health risk assessment at the Harvard School of Public Health. 

2001-2004: Training at post-graduate-level: Taught in post-graduate courses on environmental science for policy and environmental and health risk assessment at the Harvard Kennedy School of Government, Oxford University Saïd School of Business, and at Georgetown University.

1992-1995: Training at undergraduate level:  Taught and supervised undergraduate students at the University of Cambridge, Emmanuel College: Taught tutorials and laboratory classes in biochemistry and molecular biology.



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July 2021

Invited as external reviewer for the evaluation of the Karlsruhe Institut für Technologie Zentrum Mensch und Technik.

January 2020 & January 2021

Invited expert on the scientific advisory panel of the project ‘Energietransformation im Dialog’ at the Karlsruhe Institut für Technologie, Institut für Technikfolgenabschätzung und Systemanalyse.

June-August 2019

Invited expert committed to review proposals for the FWF Austrian Science Fund for their call “Top Citizen Science 2019”.

January 2018

Appointed Board member of the Société d’Impacte Sociétal (S.I.S.)  ‘Youth and Work’ founded by Mrs Ariane Toepfer for supporting youth who are neither employed nor at school.

January 2017

Appointed Board member of the a.s.b.l. TIIME co-founded by Mrs Hedda Pahlson Moeller for supporting activities to developing social impact investement ecosystem in Luxembourg.

April 2016 &

April 2017

Invited expert to assist in knowledge transfer and evaluation activities for the initiative ‘Real Labore in Baden-Württemberg’

January 2016 to date

Appointed member of the European Statistical Advisory Committee (ESAC) of the European Statistical System to serve as expert on sustainability, environment and agriculture.

January 2013 – to date

Member of the Luxembourg ‘Conseil Supérieur pour un Développement Durable’. Co-lead of the project ‘Scenarios for education in Luxembourg in the face of 21st century sustainability challenges’. Lead of the working groups to evaluate the national action plan on climate change, and development of a knowledge platform for sustainability initiatives for Luxembourg (ongoing)

April 2016

April 2015

April 2014

Invited expert to evaluate and provide feedback on the sustainability report developed in accordance with guidance of the Global Reporting Initiative by the Luxembourg national enterprise POST.  Over three consecutive years.

April 2009 – December 2016

Chair of a Working Group of the International Sustainable Campus Network (ISCN), and lead-author of ISCN Charter committing signatories to regular reporting. Over 50 Universities signed.

April 2012 –December 2015

Appointed Member of the national ‘Groupe de Réflexion : Indicateurs Développement Durable du Ministère pour le Développement Durable et Infrastructures’

September 2012 & September 2013

Jury member of the national competition 123 Go Social awarding business plans for social enterprise.

January 2012 – May 2013

Expert for the OECD-LEED study on Indicators for Local Green Growth Transition in Alzette-Belval – a cross-border study.

March-May 2011

Invited international expert for a campus planning project for the regional government of Canton Zürich, Zentrale Hochschule für Angewandte Wissenschaft, and Baseler & Partner. 

October 2005

Expert for the evaluation of FP6 SME cooperative research proposals in health and biomedicine.

January 2000-December 2002

Expert on a panel for evaluation of biosafety research for German Federal Ministry for Research and Education.

May 2001- January 2002

As expert consultant to OECD I developed a research report on public participation in activities on biosafety under the auspices of intergovernmental organizations including the OECD selected organisations of the United Nations.

January – September 2000

Expert advisor to the European Commission Forward Studies Unit contributing background paper on democratising expertise and a presentation towards the ‘White Paper on Governance’.

1998-1999

Selected as expert to formally represent the Life Sciences Industry as the Business and Industry Advisory Committee (BIAC) representative at OECD meetings of the Novel Foods Task Force.



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Edited Volumes

 

 

König, A. (2018). Ed. Sustainability Science: Key Issues. Earthscan: Routledge. (Promotional flyer –click here).

Sustainability Science: Key Issues is a comprehensive textbook for undergraduates, postgraduates, and participants in executive trainings from any disciplinary background studying the theory and practice of sustainability science. Each chapter takes a critical and reflective stance on a key issue or method of sustainability science. Contributing authors offer perspectives from diverse disciplines, including physics, philosophy of science, agronomy, geography, and the learning sciences. [more]

 

 

 

 

 

 

König, A. (2013). Ed. The Regenerative sustainable development of universities and cities: the role of living laboratories. Edward Elgar. (Promotional flyer – click here)

Now that the Earth has reached the limits of its biophysical carrying capacity, we have to change technologies, social practices and social norms relating to material production and consumption to ensure that we do not further jeopardize the functioning of our planet’s life support systems. Through research, education and civic engagement, universities have a pivotal role to play in this transition. This timely book explores how universities are establishing living laboratories for sustainable development, and examines the communication networks and knowledge infrastructures that underpin impact both on and beyond the campus. [more]

 

Special Issues

Van Poeck, K., Wals, A. E.J. and König, A. (2018). Guest Editors. Environmental and Sustainability Education in the Benelux Region. Environmental Education Research, Special Issue. In press.

König, A., Budwig, N. (2015). Special issue on ‘Changing requisites to universities in the face of complex challenges of global environmental change’ developed and accepted by the Journal Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability, (IF = 3,1).



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In press

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Van Poeck, Katrien; Wals, Arjen E.J.; König, Ariane

in Environmental Education Research (in press), (Special Issue),

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2021

See detailLuxembourg 2050 - Prospects for a Regenerative City Landscape : Report Phase 2
Abdullah, Aisha; Babic, Eldin; Becker, Tom; Cane, Francelle; Charitonidou, Marianna; Evrard, Estelle; Faber, Caroline; Ferreira Silva, Marielle; Hadji-Minaglou, Jean-Régis; Hansen, Joachim; Hesse, Markus; Katsikis, Nikolaos; König, Ariane; Maric, Marija; Miessen, Markus; Neupane, Saroj; Odenbreit, Christoph; Popova, Simona Bozhidarova; Reckinger, Rachel; Schulz, Christian; Swinnen, Peter; Viti, Francesco; Waldmann, Daniele; Weichold, Ivonne; Zimmer, Céline; Almenar, Javier Babi; Benetto, Enrico; Braun, Christian; Daher, Elie; Gibon, Thomas; Hitaj, Claudia; Junk, Jürgen; Kubicki, Sylvain; Leopold, Ulrich; Salazar, Lisette Cantu; Titeux, Nicolas; Fox, Katy; Molz, Markus; Paris, Karine; Schneider, Norry; Wengler, Jill; Kessler, Sabine; Coignet, Philipppe; de Gori, Lucie; Monnier, Christelle; Hertweck, Florian; Benetto, Enrico; Coignet, Philippe; Gibon, Thomas; Hitaj, Claudia; Kessler, Sabine; Molz, Markus; Maric, Marija; Paris, Karine; Schneider, Norry; Schulz, Christian

Report (2021)

See detailLuxembourg 2050 - Prospects for a Regenerative City Landscape : Report Phase 1
Becker, Tom; Evrard, Estelle; Hadji-Minaglou, Jean-Régis; Hansen, Joachim; Hesse, Markus; Katsikis, Nikolaos; König, Ariane; Odenbreit, Christoph; Peleman, David; Reckinger, Rachel; Swinnen, Peter; Viti, Francesco; Waldmann, Daniele; Weichold, Ivonne; Junk, Jürgen; Marvuglia, Antonino; Rugani, Benedetto; Hardy, Delphine; Kessler, Sabine; Leimbrock-Rosch, Laura; Stoll, Evelyne; Zimmer, Stephanie; Coignet, Philippe; Hertweck, Florian; Benetto, Enrico; Biwer, Arno; Gibon, Thomas; Hitaj, Claudia; Kubicky, Sylvain; Molz, Markus; Paris, Karine; Schneider, Norry; Schulz, Christian; Abdullah, Aisha; Babić, Eldin

Report (2021)

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See detailActionable knowledge and social learning for sustainability: Roles of professional knowledge and narratives
Hondrila, Kristina; König, Ariane

Scientific Conference (2021, September)

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See detailCan citizen science complement official data sources that serve as evidence-base for policies and practice to improve water quality?
König, Ariane; Pickar, Karl Arthur; Stankiewicz, Jacek; Hondrila, Kristina

in Statistical Journal of the IAOS (2021), 73(1), 189-204

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See detailSCHOOL FUTURES - Using scenario approaches to inform transformation initiatives in the Luxembourg school system
König, Ariane; Raber, Bo Manuel; Drenth, Gerard; McGinley, Ciaran; Schartz, Francis

in European Court of Auditors Journal (2021), (1), 193-199

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See detailTaking the Complex Dynamics of Human–Environment–Technology Systems Seriously: A Case Study in Doctoral Education at the University of Luxembourg
König, Ariane; Ravetz, Jerome; Raber, Bo Manuel; Stankiewicz, Jacek; Rojas Aedo, Ricardo Arturo; Hondrila, Kristina; Pickar, Karl Arthur

in Frontiers in Sustainability (2021), 2

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2020

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See detailA pluralistic and integrated approach to action-oriented knowledge for sustainability
Caniglia, Guido; Luederitz, Christopher; von Wirth, Timo; Fazey, Ioan; Martin-López, Berta; Hondrila, Kristina; König, Ariane; von Wehrden, Henrik; Schäpke, Niko; Laubichler, Manfred; Lang, Daniel

in Nature Sustainability (2020)

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2019

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See detail"Keine Schwarzseher" Forscher der Universität Luxemburg unterstützen Jugendliche von "Fridays for Future"
Carr, Constance; König, Ariane; Reckinger, Rachel; Schulz, Christian; Siebentritt, Susanne; Teferle, Felix Norman

Article for general public (2019)

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2018

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See detailHow can Integrated Valuation of Ecosystem Services help understanding and steering agroecological transitions?
Dendoncker, Nicolas; Boeraeve, Fanny; Crouzat, Emilie; Dufrêne, Marc; König, Ariane; Barnaud, Cecile

in Ecology and Society (2018), 23(1), 12

See detailExploring alternative futures with scenarios
Drenth, Gerard; Elahi, Shirin; König, Ariane

in König, Ariane (Ed.) Sustainability Science: Key issues (2018)

See detailSystems approaches for transforming social practice: Design requirements
König, Ariane

in König, Ariane (Ed.) Sustainability Science: Key issues (2018)

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Book published by Routledge (2018)

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See detailSustainability science as a transformative social learning process
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in König, Ariane (Ed.) Sustainability science: Key issues (2018)

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See detailOutlook
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in König, Ariane (Ed.) Sustainability science: Key issues (2018)

See detailCommunity-based monitoring for improved water governance: A case study in Holbox Island, Quintana Roo State, Mexico
Tran, Kim Chi; König, Ariane

in König, Ariane (Ed.) Sustainability Science: Key issues (2018)

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See detailEnvironmental and sustainability education in the Benelux countries: Research, policy and practices at the intersection of education and societal transformation
Van Poeck, Katrien; König, Ariane; Wals, Arjen E.J.

in Environmental Education Research (2018), 24(Special Issue9-10), 1234-1250

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See detailEnvironmental and Sustainability Education (ESE) in the Benelux region
Van Poeck, Katrien; Wals, Arjen E.J.; König, Ariane

in Environmental Education Research (2018), 24(Special Issue 9-10), 1229-1234

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2017

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See detailLearning to confront complexity: What roles can a computer-based problem-solving scenario play?
Sonnleitner, Philipp; König, Ariane; Sikharulidze, Tea

in Environmental Education Research (2017)

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2016

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See detailTransforming the World by Transforming the University: Envisioning the University of 2040
König, Ariane; Dyball, Robert; Davila, Federico

in Solutions (2016), 7(3), 12-16

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See detailLearning through evaluation e A tentative evaluative scheme for sustainability transition experiments
Luederitz, Christopher; Schäpke, Niko; Wiek, Arnim; Lang, Daniel J.; Bergmann, Matthias; Bos, Joannette J.; Burch, Sarah; Davies, Anna; Evans, James; König, Ariane; Farrelly, Megan A.; Forrest, Nigel; Frantzeskaki, Niki; Gibson, Robert B.; Kay, Braden; Loorbach, Derk; McCormick, Kes; Parodi, Oliver; Rauschmayer, Felix; Schneidewind, Uwe; Stauffacher, Michael; Stelzer, Franziska; Trencher, Gregory; Venjakob, Johannes; Vergragt, Philip J.; von Wehrden, Henrik; Westley, Frances R.

in Journal of Cleaner Production (2016), xxx

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2015

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See detailChanging requisites to higher education in the face of 21st century sustainability challenges.
König, Ariane

in Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability (2015), 16

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König, Ariane; Budwig, Nancy

in Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability (2015), 16

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2014

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See detailWorkplace Relocation and Mobility Changes in a Transnational Metropolitan Area: The Case of the University of Luxembourg
Sprumont, François; Viti, Francesco; Caruso, Geoffrey; König, Ariane

in Transportation Research Procedia (2014, December), 4

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2013

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See detailGreen growth in the Benelux: Indicators of local transition to a low-carbon economy in cross-border regions
Bruyninckx, Hans; Martinez-Fernandez; Sharpe, Samantha; König, Ariane

Report (2013)

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See detailRegenerative Sustainable Development of Universities and Cities: The Role of Living Laboratories
König, Ariane

Book published by Edward ELGAR: A family business in international publishing - 1st edition (2013)

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See detailIntroduction: Experimenting for sustainable development? Living laboratories, social learning and the role of the university
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in König, Ariane (Ed.) Regenerative Sustainable Development of Universities and Cities (2013)

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See detailConclusion: a cross-cultural exploration of the co-creation of knowledge in living laboratories for societal transformation across four continents
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in König, Ariane (Ed.) Regenerative Sustainable Development of Universities and Cities (2013)

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See detailWhat might a sustainable university look like? Challenges and opportunities in the development of the University of Luxembourg and its new campus
König, Ariane

in König, Ariane (Ed.) Regenerative Sustainable Development of Universities and Cities (2013)

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2010

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See detailThe SAFE FOODS framework for improved risk analysis of foods.
König, Ariane; Kuiper, H. A.; Marvin, H. J. P.; Boon, P. E.; Busk, L.; Cnudde, F.; Cope, S.; Davies, H. V.; Dreyer, M.; Frewer, L. J.; Kaiser, M.; Kleter, G. A.; Knudsen, I.; Pascal, G.; Prandini, A.; Renn, O.; Smith, M. R.; Traill, B. W.; van der Voet, H.; van Trijp, H.; Vos, E.; Wentholt, M. T. A.

in Food Control (2010), 21(12), 1566-1587

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See detailEnvironmental risk assessment for food-related substances
Smith, M. R.; König, Ariane

in Food Control (2010), 21(12), 1588-1600

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See detailEconomic assessment of food safety standards: Costs and benefits of alternative approaches
Traill, W. B.; König, Ariane

in Food Control (2010), 21(12), 1611-1619

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2009

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See detailThe views of key stakeholders on an evolving food risk governance framework: Results from a Delphi study
Wentholt, M.T.A.; Rowe, G.; König, Ariane; Marvin, H. J. P.; Frewer, L. J.

in Food Policy (2009), 34(6), 539-548

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2007

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See detailDemocratizing Decision-Making on Food-Safety in the E.U.: Closing gaps between principles of governance and practice
König, Ariane

in Minerva: A Review of Science, Learning and Policy (2007), 45(3), 275-294

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See detailTowards safer foods and more democratic decisions: Is this a contradictory goal?
König, Ariane

in Oléagineux, Corps Gras, Lipides (2007), 14(2), 92-99

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2006

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See detailGovernance of Food Safety in the European Union
König, Ariane

in Carruth, Reba Anne (Ed.) Global Governance of Food and Agriculture Industries: Transatlantic Regulatory Harmonization and Multilateral Policy Cooperation for Food Safety (2006)

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2005

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See detailA quantitative analysis of fish consumption and stroke risk.
Bouzan, C.; Cohen, J. T.; Connor, W. E.; Kris-Etherton, P. M.; Gray, G. M.; König, Ariane; Lawrence, R. S.; Savitz, D. A.; Teutsch, S. M.

in American Journal of Preventive Medicine (2005), 29(4), 347-352

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See detailFish consumption and coronary heart disease: A review of data on the dose-response relationship
König, Ariane; Cohen, J. T.; Bouzan, C.; Connor, W. E.; Kris-Etherton, P. M.; Gray, G. M.; Lawrence, R. S.; Savitz, D. A.; Teutsch, S.

in American Journal of Preventive Medicine (2005), 29(4), 335-346

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2004

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See detailAssessment of the safety of foods derived from genetically modified crops
König, Ariane; Cockburn, A.; Crevel, R.; Debruyne, E.; Grafstroem, R.; Hammerling, U.; Kimber, I.; Knudsen, I.; Kuiper, H. A.; Peijnenburg, A. A. C. M.; Penninks, A.; Poulsen, M.; Schauzu, M.; Wal, J. M.

in Food and Chemical Toxicology (2004), 42

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2003

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See detailA framework for designing transgenic crops - science, safety, and citizen’s concerns.
König, Ariane

in Nature Biotechnology (2003), 21(11), 1274-1279

See detailForum Comment
König, Ariane

in Science & Technology (2003), XX

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2002

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See detailNegotiating the precautionary principle: Regulatory and institutional roots of divergent US and EU positions
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in International Journal of BioTechnology (2002), 4(1), 61-81

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See detailThe credibility of expert advice for regulatory decision-making in the US and EU
König, Ariane; Jasanoff, Sheila

E-print/Working paper (2002)

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2001

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See detailSafety considerations of DNA in food
Jonas, D. A.; Elmadfa, I.; Engel, K.-H.; Heller, K.; Kozianowski, G.; König, Ariane; Muller, D.; Narbonne, J.-F.; Wackernagel, W.; Kleiner, J.

in Annals of Nutrition & Metabolism (2001), 45(6), 1-20

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2000

See detailTowards a common understanding of the precautionary principle?
König, Ariane

Article for general public (2000)

See detailDevelopment and biosafety aspects of transgene excision methods
König, Ariane

Scientific Conference (2000)

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1998

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1997

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See detailThe pipecolate-incorporating enzyme for the biosynthesis of the immunosuppressant rapamycin: Nucleotide sequence analysis, disruption and heterologous expression of rapP from Streptomyces hygroscopicus.
König, Ariane; Schwecke, T.; Molnár, I.; Böhm, G. A.; Lowden, P. A. S.; Staunton, J.; Leadlay, P. F.

in European Journal of Biochemistry (1997), 247(2), 526-534

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1996

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See detailOrganisation of the biosynthetic gene cluster for rapamycin in Streptomyces hygroscopicus: analysis of the enzymatic domains in the modular polyketide synthase
Aparicio, J. F.; Molnar, I.; Schwecke, T.; König, Ariane; Haydock, S. F.; Olinyk, M.; Staunton, J.; Leadlay, P. F.

in Gene (1996), 169(1), 9-16

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See detailOrganisation of the biosynthetic gene cluster for rapamycin in Streptomyces hygroscopicus: analysis of the genes flanking the polyketide synthase
Aparicio, J. F.; Molnár, I.; Schwecke, T.; König, Ariane; Haydock, S.F.; Khaw, L.E; Staunton, J.; Leadlay, P.F

in Gene (1996), 169(1), 1-7

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See detailThe nature of the starter unit for the rapamycin polyketide synthase
König, Ariane; Schwecke, T.; Molnár, I.; Böhm, G. A.; Lowden, P. A. S.; Staunton, J.; Leadlay, P. F.

in Angewandte Chemie International Edition (1996), 35(19), 2249-2251

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1995

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See detailDivergent sequence motifs correlated with the substrate specificity of (methyl)malonyl-CoA:acyl carrier protein transacylase domains in modular polyketide synthases.
Haydock, S. F.; Aparicio, J. F.; König, Ariane; Molnár, I.; Schwecke, T.; Marsden, A. F. A.; Galloway, I. S. M.; Staunton, J.; Leadlay, P. F.

in FEBS Letters (1995), 374(2), 246-248

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See detailThe biosynthetic cluster for the polyketide immunosuppressant rapamycin
Schwecke, T.; Aparicio, J. F.; Molnár, I.; König, Ariane; Khaw, L. E.; Haydock, S. F.; Olinyk, M.; Caffrey, P.; Cortés, J. B.; Lester, J.; Böhm, G. A.; Staunton, J.; Leadlay, P. F.

in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (1995), 92(17), 7839-7843

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1994

See detailCloning of structural genes for type I polyketide synthases involved in macrolide polyether biosynthesis
König, Ariane; Schwecke, T.; Leadlay, P.F.

Scientific Conference (1994)

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