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Environment - Research Management - 05.06.2023
Developing Excellence: University of Potsdam enters the Excellence Strategy competition with three applications

Environment - Research Management - 02.06.2023
THE Impact Rankings: University of Freiburg among the top 10 percent for SDG 13 (Climate Action)

Health - Environment - 01.06.2023
Leipzig University submits three draft proposals for Clusters of Excellence
Leipzig University submits three draft proposals for Clusters of Excellence
News from To strengthen its cutting-edge research, Leipzig University submitted three draft proposals yesterday (Wednesday, 31 May 2023) in the Clusters of Excellence funding line in the second competition phase of the Excellence Strategy of the German federal and state governments.

Environment - Research Management - 31.05.2023
Taking Stock After Three Years of the Excellence Strategy
Taking Stock After Three Years of the Excellence Strategy

Environment - 26.05.2023
Climate change - discussion on the role and responsibility of universities
Climate change - discussion on the role and responsibility of universities

Environment - Media - 26.05.2023
Scientific Hackathon on Environmental Data - Digital Humanities Explores Weather and Climate
Scientific Hackathon on Environmental Data - Digital Humanities Explores Weather and Climate
What potential does environmental data offer for the Digital Humanities? How can digital methods contribute to the analysis of weather and climate in the humanities and media studies? Can they be used

Environment - 19.05.2023
International Conference on Sustainable AI

Event - Environment - 16.05.2023
University of Tübingen takes over rotating CIVIS presidency

Environment - 16.05.2023
Invitation: Urban Futures at Risk Scholars Group launch event on 22 May

Environment - 15.05.2023
Workshops for climate action
Workshops for climate action

Computer Science - Environment - 12.05.2023
An interactive journey into the Earth system
An interactive journey into the Earth system
Researchers from Leipzig University will present an interactive digital cube that can visualise climate data from anywhere in the world in space and time at the Building Bridges for the Next Generations conference on 16 May. As a freely accessible website, LexCube makes terabytes of data available to everyone.

Environment - 12.05.2023
Leipzig University publishes its first annual magazine
Leipzig University publishes its first annual magazine

Environment - Campus - 11.05.2023
New exchange program TUM.Africa Talent launched
New exchange program TUM.Africa Talent launched

Environment - Agronomy / Food Science - 08.05.2023
EUR 3.1 million awarded to research the meat industry and sustainability
EUR 3.1 million awarded to research the meat industry and sustainability

Environment - Computer Science - 08.05.2023
Monitoring Forests More Closely
Monitoring Forests More Closely
Increasing heat and drought are changing forests faster than expected. Researchers at the University of Würzburg want to keep a better eye on these dynamics.

Environment - Social Sciences - 05.05.2023
New Endowed Professorship for Climate Change and Society at Universität Hamburg
New Endowed Professorship for Climate Change and Society at Universität Hamburg

Environment - Agronomy / Food Science - 27.04.2023
Artificial photosynthesis for environmentally friendly food production
Artificial photosynthesis for environmentally friendly food production

Agronomy / Food Science - Environment - 27.04.2023
Studying agricultural sciences at the TUM
Studying agricultural sciences at the TUM
Reading time 3 min. Digitalization on the rise Technological progress has always changed working conditions in agriculture.

Environment - Linguistics / Literature - 27.04.2023
'Hot Metal Frozen Paper' - Twenty-Five Years of the Samuel Fischer Visiting Professorship
’Hot Metal Frozen Paper’ - Twenty-Five Years of the Samuel Fischer Visiting Professorship

Environment - Campus - 25.04.2023
Gina McCarthy in the TUM Speakers Series
Gina McCarthy in the TUM Speakers Series

Environment - Innovation - 25.04.2023
8.1 million euros for innovative research greenhouse
8.1 million euros for innovative research greenhouse
BMBF funds research into resource-efficient cultivation on the Klein-Altendorf campus of the University of Bonn Research for more sustainable crop production: A new type of research greenhouse is now being built at the University of Bonn's Klein-Altendorf campus.

Environment - Event - 20.04.2023
IDiv celebrates its 10th anniversary
IDiv celebrates its 10th anniversary
The German Centre for Integrative Biodiversity Research (iDiv) celebrated its 10th anniversary on 20 April 2023 with a ceremony in the Leipzig University Paulinum.

Environment - Economics - 20.04.2023
Exhibition Focuses on Sexualized Violence and Misguided Victim-Blaming
Exhibition Focuses on Sexualized Violence and Misguided Victim-Blaming
The transformation of the economy towards sustainability proceeds apace. Eighty-four percent of those responsible for sustainability at a company in the real economy say that the topic has become -more- or -much more important.

Environment - 20.04.2023
Animal Protection More Compelling than Climate Protection
Animal Protection More Compelling than Climate Protection
Meat production causes climate-harming CO2 emissions. Furthermore, many animals suffer under livestock conditions. A meat tax could lower consumption and the money could be used, for example, to improve conditions. A new study by Grischa Perino and Henrike Schwickert from Universität Hamburg reveals how the population responds to this idea.

Environment - Agronomy / Food Science - 19.04.2023
TUM agricultural research in the race for CHF 100 million
TUM agricultural research in the race for CHF 100 million

Environment - Earth Sciences - 18.04.2023
Climate research gets two new junior professors
Climate research gets two new junior professors

Computer Science - Environment - 18.04.2023
TU Ilmenau: New AI for Flora Incognita
TU Ilmenau: New AI for Flora Incognita
"Flora Incognita," Germany's most popular plant identification app, has received new artificial intelligence - as a result, the number of plant species that can be determined has tripled: Around 16,000 species can now be identified worldwide. In addition, the app, which is now available in 20 languages, now also works in offline mode, and its digital educational offering includes a wealth of new information, such as improved distribution maps of many species.

Environment - Life Sciences - 12.04.2023
More biodiversity at the field edge
More biodiversity at the field edge
Can flower strips combined with hedges improve biodiversity in intensively used agricultural areas? This is what a team from the University of Würzburg is investigating with project partners from four EU countries. The problem is well known: Worldwide, the quantity and diversity of insects are declining.

Research Management - Environment - 12.04.2023
Ecology: 'iDiv Universities' climb to the top of the international Shanghai Ranking 2023
Ecology: ’iDiv Universities’ climb to the top of the international Shanghai Ranking 2023

Environment - Career - 06.04.2023
The emotional component of management
The emotional component of management

Innovation - Environment - 05.04.2023
Founder's Competition for Digital Innovation: Universität Hamburg Spin-Off Recognized
Founder’s Competition for Digital Innovation: Universität Hamburg Spin-Off Recognized

Environment - 05.04.2023
'The response from the students is gigantic'
’The response from the students is gigantic’
Reading time 7 min. Interview with Werner Lang, new Vice President Sustainable Transformation Being a role model for sustainable social change - that is the goal of TUM.

Environment - Innovation - 31.03.2023
Bavarian University Sustainability Center founded
Bavarian University Sustainability Center founded

Environment - Innovation - 30.03.2023
TU Ilmenau involved in major European project on environmentally friendly air transport
TU Ilmenau involved in major European project on environmentally friendly air transport
The Technische Universität Ilmenau is involved in a major european project that is making air transport fit for a sustainable and climate-neutral future.

Chemistry - Environment - 28.03.2023
Hydrogen research project launched in Bavaria's 'Chemical Triangle'
Hydrogen research project launched in Bavaria’s ’Chemical Triangle’

Environment - 28.03.2023
All Key Players at One Table
All Key Players at One Table
UNESCO Chair Mariele Evers takes a look back at the UN Water Conference The UN Water Conference, held at the United Nations headquarters in New York March 22-24, was attended by Mariele Evers, who is the UNESCO Chair for Human-Water Systems at the University of Bonn Department of Geography.

Environment - Innovation - 24.03.2023
Researching climate-neutral fuels for the transportation sector
Researching climate-neutral fuels for the transportation sector

Campus - Environment - 16.03.2023
University of Bonn again recognized as a ''Fairtrade University''
University of Bonn again recognized as a ’’Fairtrade University’’

Environment - 15.03.2023
Energy price allowance for students
One-Off Payment Students can apply for a one-time energy price payment of ¤ 200. Here you can find out everything about the application process for TUM students.

Environment - Media - 15.03.2023
Climate (change) communication

Environment - 14.03.2023
21st Thuringian Materials Day at the TU Ilmenau successfully concluded
21st Thuringian Materials Day at the TU Ilmenau successfully concluded

Materials Science - Environment - 10.03.2023
University of Freiburg establishes Eva Mayr-Stihl Chair for Multi-Scale Characterization of Materials Systems

Environment - 10.03.2023
Better to Have a Warning! - Researchers Examine 2021 Flooding Catastrophe From the Perspective of Those Affected
Better to Have a Warning! - Researchers Examine 2021 Flooding Catastrophe From the Perspective of Those Affected
In July 2021, devastating floods caused by heavy rainfall occurred in Rhineland-Palatinate and North Rhine-Westphalia, and to some extent also in Saxony and Bavaria, with more than 180 fatalities.

Environment - 09.03.2023
One-off energy price allowance (’Energiepreispauschale’) for students

Environment - Social Sciences - 08.03.2023
Out of university, straight into practice: the 2023 Project Weeks

Environment - 28.02.2023
Werner Lang is new TUM Vice President Sustainable Transformation
Werner Lang is new TUM Vice President Sustainable Transformation

Campus - Environment - 23.02.2023
Getting a taste of university life at TUM Open Campus
Getting a taste of university life at TUM Open Campus

Environment - 16.02.2023
Minister of Science Visits University of Freiburg
Minister of Science Visits University of Freiburg
Petra Olschowski learns about sustainability in research and day-to-day operations On February 16, 2023, Baden-Württemberg's Minister of Science, Research and the Arts, Petra Olschowski, visited the University of Freiburg.

Environment - 10.02.2023
'Exploratorium Lebendiges Wittental' receives first place in the City of Freiburg's Nature Conservation Awards
’Exploratorium Lebendiges Wittental’ receives first place in the City of Freiburg’s Nature Conservation Awards

Environment - Social Sciences - 10.02.2023
Strengthening ecology and conservation in the Global South
Strengthening ecology and conservation in the Global South
International research team emphasises importance of diversity, equity and inclusion The tropics hold most of the planet's biodiversity.