University of Hamburg

University of Hamburg

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Location: Hamburg
Mittelweg 177, 20148 Hamburg

Environment - Oct 8
Honors for "groundbreaking contributions to our understanding of complex systems". Universität Hamburg congratulates Professor Emeritus Klaus Hasselmann on Nobel Prize for Physics Universität Hamburg is congratulating Professor Emeritus Klaus Hasselmann on being jointly awarded the Nobel Prize for Physics, together with Syukuro Manabe from the USA and Giogio Parisi from Italy.
Philosophy - Jul 19

A scientific test reveals how susceptible individuals may be to corona myths Two characteristics that protect from believing misinformation. One in five people believes misinformation about corona. How a person deals with information generally is a key sign as to who is particularly at risk, and may even be used as a predictor.

Astronomy - Jul 6

Initial results from the x-ray space telescope eROSITA published Astounding Insights into the Life of Young Stars and Massive Black Holes.

Health - May 4

From philosophy and law to the natural and geosciences: Researchers from many fields at Universität Hamburg are studying the coronavirus and the consequences of the pandemic. The projects are now being consolidated and presented on a single website. The portfolio is one of the University's newly founded Transfer Agency's projects.

Health - Apr 26

COVID-19 Study: Rising Dissatisfaction with Coronavirus Management Over Half of German Respondents in Favor of Ending Vaccination Prioritization.

Health - Jul 9

Europe-wide corona study: Vaccine acceptance is increasing Significant concerns: further mutations and a fourth wave in the fall.

Life Sciences - May 11
Life Sciences

Fighting the coronavirus has changed the way the international scientific community works together and intensified collaboration. Dr. Andrea Thorn leads an international research group at Universität Hamburg that is improving molecular models from across the world to enable the development of pharmaceuticals. The May issue of the Nature Structural & Molecular Biology journal reports on the team's work.

Life Sciences - Apr 28
Life Sciences

Researchers from Universität Hamburg and the University of Strasbourg have established a Franco-German program for doctoral researchers working at the interface between structural biology and infection research. The program, called Integrative Biology of Infection and Diseases, will be funded by the Franco-German University for 4 years starting in January 2022.

Environment - Mar 26

On 19 March, the SONNE will depart on one of its longest expeditions to date. In the southern Atlantic, it will secure the measuring devices of various research institutions. Due to the pandemic, maintenance of these devices could not be carried out last year and now a gigantic loss of data and devices looms on the horizon. The expedition is being coordinated by Universität Hamburg and headed by Dr. Niko Lahajnar from the Center for Earth System Research and Sustainability (CEN).

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