Richard Friebe

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Richard Friebe

Richard Friebe was born in 1970 in Erfurt; he writes for the periodicals FAZ, FAS, and SZ. He is also a book editor. Previously he was with the Süddeutsche Verlag as a leading editor. In 2010, Friebe received the Georg von-Holtzbrinck-Price for scientifc journalism. In 2013, he was awarded the Peter-Hans-Hofschneider- Investigative-Award for his article about biohacking. The author lives in Berlin and Itzehoe.


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Hormesis

Hormesis

Everything is totally different: What is healthy is actually poisonous. What is good for the mind and for the body isn't good at all. It is chemical, biological, mental and physical stress ...

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Together for Life

Together for Life

There is a great impact of bacteria on our health, our mood, and our thinking. As we continually gain new knowledge about how bacteria control our appetite with chemical signals and how they can ...

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Biohacking-Genetic Engineering in the Garage

Biohacking-Genetic Engineering in the Garage

Until recent years, genetic engineering was reserved to researchers with Million Dollar budgets. Those days are over. Hanno Charisius, Richard Friebe, and Sascha Karberg provide the first glimpse ...

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Bibliographie

Im Carl Hanser Verlag ist erschienen:
2013 Biohacking - Gentechnik aus der Garage (zusammen mit Hanno Charisius und Sascha Karberg)
2014 Bund fürs Leben. Warum Bakterien unsere Freunde sind (zusammen mit Hanno Charisius)
2016 Hormesis. Das Prinzip der Widerstandskraft. Wie Stress und Gift uns stärker machen.