Jul 122013
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We are proud to present the sixth issue of the Journal of Unsolved Questions. In this issue titled “Freedom of Science” you can take a look at different viewpoints on scientific freedom, from philosophy to chemistry. In our Interview with Dr. Paul Königs you can read about how the DFG wants to ensure freedom in funding. And in the article from L. Müchler and C. Felser you can find out why they ask for a little bit more realism when it comes to predicting half metallic ferromagnets.

Enjoy the new issue and let us know what you think in the comments!

— David Huesmann on behalf of the Editorial Board

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