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Campus - Earth Sciences - 24.05.2024
Budapest Universities: High Academic Awards for Bernhard Eitel
Budapest Universities: High Academic Awards for Bernhard Eitel

Campus - Career - 24.05.2024
Support for women academics on the path to a professorship

Pedagogy - Politics - 23.05.2024
Against racism
Against racism

Physics - 23.05.2024
Insights into the quantum world
Insights into the quantum world
Media tip: TV report on research in the field of quantum technology Computers that solve complex problems in the shortest possible time, guaranteed tap-proof networks, and intelligent sensors: quantum technologies could radically change our world in the coming decades.

Social Sciences - 23.05.2024
Statement on the pro-Palestinian protests on May 22, 2024

Event - Economics - 23.05.2024
PATINFO2024: ’Protection against product piracy’

Art and Design - History / Archeology - 23.05.2024
Podcast: How museums are still perpetuating colonialist notions today. With Dr. Julia Binter
Podcast: How museums are still perpetuating colonialist notions today. With Dr. Julia Binter

Social Sciences - 23.05.2024
Statement on the end of the occupation of the Institute of Social Sciences at the HU on May 23, 2024

Social Sciences - 22.05.2024
Intercultural Week: Discover international student life in Ilmenau

Pedagogy - 22.05.2024
Award for continuing education program at TUM

Computer Science - Health - 22.05.2024
Computer science workshop for pupils at the TU Ilmenau
Computer science workshop for pupils at the TU Ilmenau

Chemistry - Event - 22.05.2024
Nobel Prize laureate David MacMillan receives honorary doctorate
Nobel Prize laureate David MacMillan receives honorary doctorate

Sport - History / Archeology - 22.05.2024
A Game of Life and Death
A Game of Life and Death
The Maya did not strive for individual glory. They achieved top sporting performances primarily to avert the wrath of the gods and the downfall of their culture.

History / Archeology - Agronomy / Food Science - 22.05.2024
Burial mounds and high pastures - on the prehistoric development of the Thuringian cultural landscape

Physics - 22.05.2024
Michael Vorländer is the new President of the Acoustical Society of America
Michael Vorländer is the new President of the Acoustical Society of America

Astronomy / Space - 22.05.2024
2024 Copernicus Award for Astrophysicist Joachim Wambsganss
2024 Copernicus Award for Astrophysicist Joachim Wambsganss

Health - Innovation - 22.05.2024
Creating Dynamics in Research and Transfer with the Innovation Campus
Creating Dynamics in Research and Transfer with the Innovation Campus
Baden-Württemberg's Science Minister learned about the ongoing projects of the Health + Life Science Alliance Heidelberg Mannheim On its way to becoming a world-leading region in life sciences and me

Campus - 21.05.2024
'Cooperation is rooted in almost all'areas'
’Cooperation is rooted in almost all’areas’

Environment - Health - 21.05.2024
Presentation of the Europe Report of the Lancet Countdown on Health and Climate Change
Scientists from Heidelberg University spotlight results and discuss their consequences for Germany The presentation of the 2024 Europe Report of the Lancet Countdown on Health and Climate Change is b

Innovation - Campus - 21.05.2024
'Diversity connects': students drive 5G research forward
’Diversity connects’: students drive 5G research forward
Engineering for a Sustainable Future" - with this goal in mind, people from almost 100 nations study and work together at TU Ilmenau.

Music - Art and Design - 21.05.2024
Taking the lead in music
Taking the lead in music
Researchers studying the science of cultural evolution have conducted a comprehensive study of the role of 'first-mover advantage' in music, the power of being first, mirroring the concept's proven importance in the business world. Data collected from nearly one million songs across 110 music genres supports the hypothesis that pioneering artists and bands who lay the groundwork for new genres achieve greater popularity than their later contemporaries.

Earth Sciences - Event - 20.05.2024
From Agricola to the future
From Agricola to the future
Event Knowledge Transfer and Innovation Published: Zinnwald, Goldwasserthal, Silberstrasse and above all'Erzgebirge - these place or field names give a clear indication of the treasures that the land in southern Saxony harbours.

Architecture - 17.05.2024
First reception for international researchers
First reception for international researchers

Microtechnics - Computer Science - 17.05.2024
How robots learn to make decisions
How robots learn to make decisions

Health - Pharmacology - 17.05.2024
Treating chronic inflammation with approaches from nature
Treating chronic inflammation with approaches from nature
Chronic inflammation contributes to many common diseases, such as type 2 diabetes mellitus, cardiovascular diseases, fatty liver and intestinal diseases, and also increases the risk of cancer. To treat these diseases, medicine has so far mainly relied on substances that inhibit the body's immune response.

Campus - Economics - 17.05.2024
How student Milad came to Leipzig University from Kabul
How student Milad came to Leipzig University from Kabul

Physics - 17.05.2024
Study orientation at the TU Ilmenau: 'Study natural sciences for a day'
Study orientation at the TU Ilmenau: ’Study natural sciences for a day’

Politics - 17.05.2024
The Cornerstone of Our Democracy

Health - Psychology - 17.05.2024
Can oxytocin help against loneliness?
Can oxytocin help against loneliness?
Loneliness is not a disease. And yet it is a significant health problem. Depression, heart disease or dementia - people who are permanently lonely have a higher risk of becoming ill. The team led by Jana Lieberz from the University Hospital Bonn (UKB), who also conducts research at the University of Bonn, and Dirk Scheele (Ruhr University Bochum) have investigated how loneliness can be specifically combated.

Innovation - Microtechnics - 16.05.2024
GARMI care robot becomes a universal assistant
GARMI care robot becomes a universal assistant
From skill sets to an overall concept For the first time, the assistance robot GARMI demonstrates that it can directly combine specific skills and support seniors throughout the day. With the help of a digital twin, artificial intelligence and ChatGPT, the care assistant from the Technical University of Munich (TUM) conducts caregiving tasks such as bringing water and breakfast to the bedside, booking medical appointments and setting up and facilitating telemedical examinations.

Environment - Campus - 16.05.2024
Sustainability Day 2024 wows University of Bonn students and staff
Sustainability Day 2024 wows University of Bonn students and staff

Event - Art and Design - 15.05.2024
Art and neighbourhood
Art and neighbourhood

History / Archeology - 15.05.2024
Does the forge of the Nebra Sky Disc lie at the bottom of the Sweet Lake?

Social Sciences - 15.05.2024
Unveiling the Impact of Job Loss on the Health of Immigrants
Unveiling the Impact of Job Loss on the Health of Immigrants
This recent study by Silvia Loi and colleagues examines how life events like job loss and divorce affect the health of immigrants using data from the German Socio-Economic Panel.

Environment - Event - 15.05.2024
Launch Event for Year of Biodiversity at Freie Universität Berlin on Wednesday, May 22, 2024, in the Botanic Garden
Launch Event for Year of Biodiversity at Freie Universität Berlin on Wednesday, May 22, 2024, in the Botanic Garden

Campus - Event - 15.05.2024
Call for Participation for Competition ’Data is Art’

Health - Career - 14.05.2024
Award for Outstanding Work in Cancer Research

Computer Science - Innovation - 14.05.2024
Two new Humboldt Professorships in the field of Artificial Intelligence
Two new Humboldt Professorships in the field of Artificial Intelligence

Innovation - 14.05.2024
What Motivates Preschoolers to Prepare for the Future
Adults spend an average of 59 times a day thinking about the future. This helps them to cope with upcoming challenges.

Social Sciences - 14.05.2024
A Symbol of Equality and Diversity

Event - History / Archeology - 14.05.2024
The ’MS Wissenschaft’ Sets Sail

Computer Science - Environment - 14.05.2024
NRW Academy Welcomes Two New Members from the University of Bonn
NRW Academy Welcomes Two New Members from the University of Bonn

Psychology - Health - 14.05.2024
Social online training helps against loneliness and depression
Online intervention helps to promote social skills and reduce mental health problems Mental health problems, loneliness already among the youngest and polarization are rapidly increasing, especially after the Covid19 pandemic.

Environment - Life Sciences - 13.05.2024
Angling fish for food: Recreational fishing accounts for 11 percent of reported harvest in inland fisheries worldwide
Rod and reel fishing is much more than a recreational activity: It makes an important contribution to the diet in many regions of the world.

Physics - Research Management - 13.05.2024
Physics and Chemistry: Boost for the Promotion of Doctoral Students
The University of Würzburg is proud to establish two new Research Training Groups in physics and chemistry.

Economics - 13.05.2024
Diversity Days of the Thuringian Universities - We are part of it!

Innovation - 13.05.2024
Actively Shaping the Transition to a Sustainable Hydrogen Society

Environment - Innovation - 13.05.2024
New International Research Training Group With a Focus on Hydrogen
New International Research Training Group With a Focus on Hydrogen

Health - Life Sciences - 10.05.2024
Baden-Württemberg’s Minister of Science Visits the Health + Life Science Alliance Heidelberg Mannheim

Physics - Chemistry - 10.05.2024
Using light to control innovative materials
Using light to control innovative materials