Rafaela von bredow ehemann | Bredow was awarded the Carl-Sagan-Journalist Award of the German Chapter of the Skeptics Society, which is administered by the GWUP, for her title storey in GEO about homoeopathy (which was published in GEO).
The International Union for Conservation of Nature and Natural Resources (“Internationale Union für die Bewahrung der Natur und natürlicher Ressourcen”) was awarded the Europa Prize by the International Union for Conservation of Nature and Natural Resources (“Internationale Union für die Bewahrung der Natur und natürlicher Ressourcen”).
Abk. IUCN), which she shared with Spiegel-Redakteure Philip Bethge and Christian Schwägerl for outstanding environmental reporting, was awarded to them jointly.
For the Spiegel-Titel Zu blau der Himmel (Zu blau der Himmel. In: Der Spiegel. Nr. 22, 2012, S. 110–120 (online – 26. Mai 2012), which they co-wrote with Annette Bruhns, Manfred Dworschak, and others (Zu blau der Himmel. In: Der Spiegel. Nr. 22, 2012, S. 110–120 (online – 26. Mai 2012), they collaborated with Annette Bruhns
Laura Höflinger, Anna Kistner, and Conny Neumann collaborated on this piece, for which they were awarded the Richard-von-Weizsäcker-Journalistpreis 2012.
In 1967, after completing her biology degree in Berlin, she visited the Henri-Nannen-Museum in Paris.
After graduating from high school, she worked for GEO until joining the SPIEGEL in 1998, first as a US-Wirtschafts- and Wissenschaftskorrespondent with a base in San Francisco, and later as a science and technology correspondent.
then as a science reporter in Berlin, then as the stellvertretende Leiterin des Ressorts Deutsche Politik in Hamburg, and finally as the director of the Germanyressort. She was in charge of the SPIEGEL-UP until May 2020.
She has now joined the faculty of a prestigious academic institution as an author.
“Spiegel”-Redakteurinnen Rafaela von Bredow and Veronika Hackenbroch conducted an interview with virologist Sandra Ciesek, which was published in the magazine.
The 42-year-old is a Professor and the Director of the Institut für Medizinische Virologie in Frankfurt, where she lives with her family. Since a few weeks, she has been appearing in the NDR-Podcast “Das Coronavirus-Update” as a guest of Christian Drosten. The “Spiegel” is an abbreviation for “Spiegel.”
-Three provocative questions from the perspective of the interviewers kicked off the conversation. The majority of readers, including women and men, found the interview’s introduction to be uninteresting.
In an interview with Olaf Stampf, who has been the director of the science research centre since 2001, Ciesek inquired as to what was so bad about provokanten questions that it was necessary to continue in the väterlichen tone:
„Especially when one responds in such a confident manner as you do. “Apart from that, you and my colleagues @bredow and @VHackenbroch conducted a sloppy but informative conversation.” Ciesek deems this “terrifying” reaction to be a result of the relativization.