- Ascidians and Urine. On the Materiality of Mechanism Research. Symposium “Contextualizing mechanism in twentieth century biology: visual and material cultures of description, narrative, and cooperation”, 9th Meeting of the European Society for the History of Science, Bologna (virtual), September.
- From empty description to insightful interpretation with Selig Hecht. International Workshop “Description as a way of knowing”, Vienna, February.
Successful at Second Attempt: Cross-Disciplinary Collaboration on Flower Pigmentation and the Emergence of Chemical Genetics. Panel “Interfield Theories, Methods, Collaborations, and Organization in Heredity: Telling the Stories of Developing New Fields and Consolidating Disciplines in Biology”, The History of Science Society annual meeting, Utrecht, July.
Making Theories Work. Panel “Stability and migration of research strategies within and across different levels of scientific organization”, International Society for the History, Philosophy, and Social Studies of Biology bi-annual meeting, Oslo, July.
Continuity, Improvement, and Innovation in Experimental Methodology. Workshop “Again Method!”, Indiana University Europe Gateway, Berlin, March.
Beyond disciplinary and political boundaries: uniting epistemic visions in interwar physico-chemical biology, GHI-Colloquium, Washington, January.
- ‘Reinforcements from unexpected quarters.‘ Zur Integration biologischer und physikalischer Forschungsmethoden im frühen 20. Jh.“ Masterseminar der Professur für Wissenschaftsgeschichte, Universität Regensburg, November.
- Come Together! Interdisciplinary Research Practice, Mechanisms, and the Nature of Integration. Interdisciplinarity in the Life Sciences and Their Philosophy, European Advanced Seminar in the Philosophy of the Life Sciences, Konrad-Lorenz-Institut, Klosterneuburg, September.
- Physico-chemical biology, 1918–1938. The Evolution of Knowledge, Seventh International Conference on Integrated History and Philosophy of Science, Hannover, July. [Poster]
- Interfield integration in practice: Physico-chemical studies of photoreception and plant growth (1920s and 1930s). Society for Philosophy of Science in Practice (SPSP) Seventh Biennial Conference, Gent, July. [Poster]
- Quantification: the Key to Understanding Physiological Processes, 1920/30s. Conference “Measurement at the Crossroad, History, Philosophy and Sociology of Measurement”, Paris, June.
- Physico-chemical Biology in Practice, ca. 1920–1940. Cabinet of Natural History, Dept. of History and Philosophy of Science, University of Cambridge, February.
- What to Ask and How to Answer: Investigating Research Planning in General Physiology. Conference “The Past, Present and Future of Integrated HPS”, Centre for the History and Philosophy of Science, University of Leeds, January.
- Life Explained: Physico-chemical Approaches and How Biological Expertise Mattered. Conference “New Styles of Thought and Practices in Early 20th Century Biology: Epistemologies and Politics”, 5th RUB-Workshop for History and Philosophy of the Life Sciences, Ruhr Universität Bochum, December.
- Introduction (with Kärin Nickelsen) and Exact Methods for Messy Physiology and the Irreducibility of Biology. Conference “Many Methods – One Biology?” Center for Advanced Studies; Research Focus Biology of Genomes, Munich October.
- Biology on the Margins (with Josephine Musil-Gutsch and Cora Stuhrmann), Zweites Offenes Forum Geschichte der Lebenswissenschaften, Institut für Medizingeschichte und Wissenschaftsforschung, Lübeck, September.
- ‚Astronomie des dames?‘ Die Naturforschung Maria Margaretha Kirchs und ihrer Töchter“, Forschungskolloquium des Deutschen Museums, Munich, February.
- How Mechanisms Explain Interfield Cooperation. Conference “Perspectives for the History of the Life Sciences”, Munich, November.
- Interfield Research on Plant Growth Hormones. Panel “Biochemistry Between Disciplines”, The International Society for the History, Philosophy, and Social Studies of Biology bi-annual meeting, Montréal, July.
- Interdisciplinary Research on Plant Growth Hormones. Conference “Investigating Interdisciplinary Practice: Methodological Challenges”, Centre of Excellence in the Philosophy of the Social Sciences, Helsinki, June.