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Health - May 13
Health
A Calcium channel is involved in the development of pancreatitis - One factor contributing to the development of pancreatitis lies in mutations within a cell membrane ion channel that is characterized by its specific permeability for calcium ions. This groundbreaking discovery was made by a research team at Technical University of Munich (TUM), in cooperation with other groups from Germany, Japan and France.
Physics - May 12
Physics

Laser light that cannot be seen, and sounds that cannot be heard: for partygoers this would probably conjure up some boring event - but it brings a sparkle to the eyes of many a researcher.

Computer Science - May 11
Computer Science

An augmented reality display to help helicopter pilots land safely on ships - Landing a helicopter on the deck of a ship in poor visibility is a big challenge even for the most experienced of pilots.


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Media - 20.05.2020
Making research easy to understand
Making research easy to understand
Whether it is press releases, posts, reports in the university newspaper, podcasts, blog entries, lectures or events for children and school students: in all its diversity, science communication - inf

Innovation - Environment - 18.05.2020
How fungi are becoming the future
How fungi are becoming the future
Fungal biotechnology as a driver of innovation for a biobased economy How will we be able to feed 10 billion people in the not too distant future without causing widespread environmental damage?

Computer Science - Innovation - 15.05.2020
State of Bavaria raises AI research to new heights
State of Bavaria raises AI research to new heights
Massive expansion of artificial intelligence research at TUM Under the Bavarian government's Hightech Agenda Bayern, TUM's leading expertise in the forward-looking fields of robotics and artificial intelligence is set to undergo a massive expansion.

Career - Pedagogy - 15.05.2020

Economics / Business - 14.05.2020
Increase in Open Access Publications by Researchers at Universities in Berlin
Open Access Proportion in 2018 was 41.5 percent, three percentage points higher than in 2017 No 079/2020 from May 14, 2020 The proportion of freely accessible journal articles published by researchers in Berlin increased again.

Academic Rankings - 05.05.2020

Innovation - 04.05.2020
TUM to lead AI Future Lab for Earth observation
TUM to lead AI Future Lab for Earth observation
German government awards 5 million Euros to support artificial intelligence research The Technical University of Munich (TUM) has been successful in the competition "International Future Labs for Artificial Intelligence" of the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF). The new Future Lab, AI4EO, is launching in May 2020 under TUM leadership and will be funded with up to 5 million Euros.

Chemistry - Physics - 30.04.2020
Superatoms as catalysts
Superatoms as catalysts
Prof. Roland Fischer awarded Reinhard Koselleck Project funding from the DFG Precious metals like platinum are good catalysts - but they are expensive.

Politics - 29.04.2020
Working together as equals
Working together as equals
A large X made of metal in the middle of the Teutoburg Forest represents the symbolic end of a project which lasted close on nine years.

Career - 29.04.2020

History / Archeology - Social Sciences - 22.04.2020
Good teeth and well fed: grave find provides insights into the everyday lives of the elite in antiquity
Good teeth and well fed: grave find provides insights into the everyday lives of the elite in antiquity
It was a surprising discovery that the archaeologists made. A team from the Asia Minor Research Centre at the Department of History at the University of Münster, working together with archaeologists from the Museum of Archaeology in the town of Gaziantep, uncovered the remains of 91 people from the time of imperial Rome in a rock-cut burial chamber in the ancient city of Doliche in south-eastern Turkey.

Administration - Career - 17.04.2020

Health - Computer Science - 16.04.2020
"Short-term decisions can have a long-term impact on our world"
AI against covid-19: Christoph Lütge discusses a new ethics consortium The weapons deployed in the fight against the covid-19 pandemic also include artificial intelligence.

Chemistry - 10.04.2020
Evaluating and optimising catalytic filters using mathematical methods
Evaluating and optimising catalytic filters using mathematical methods
Catalysts are commonly used to reduce pollutants released in car exhaust. In order to manufacture catalytic filters with even higher efficiency, industry is increasingly relying on innovative mathematical models and machine learning (ML).

Health - 09.04.2020
Rector Johannes Wessels on dealing with the corona pandemic at Münster University
Rector Johannes Wessels on dealing with the corona pandemic at Münster University
The corona pandemic has turned everyday life and work on its head. In this interview with Norbert Robers, Rector Prof. Johannes Wessels explains what the crisis means for the University of Münster, and how the University is dealing with the consequences.

Astronomy / Space Science - 06.04.2020
On the way to Mercury: spacecraft
On the way to Mercury: spacecraft "BepiColombo" flies towards Earth
In the early hours of 10 April, the European Space Agency (ESA) BepiColombo spacecraft will fly towards Earth at over 30 kilometres per second.

Health - 05.04.2020
Coronavirus in Pets?
Institute of Virology at Freie Universität Offers Pathogen Detection for Dogs and Cats No 064/2020 from Apr 05, 2020 Scientists at the Institute of Virology at Freie Universität Berlin are investigating the occurrence of the novel coronavirus SARS-CoV-2 in dogs and cats.

Administration - Computer Science - 02.04.2020
ERC provides funding for cutting edge research
ERC provides funding for cutting edge research
Coronavirus: University operations under restrictions until at least 17 April 2020 at midnight +++ www.tum.de/corona Advanced and Proof of Concept grants for three projects Physics mode

Health - Pharmacology - 02.04.2020
New collaborative coronavirus research
The Berlin University Alliance has allocated approximately ¤1.8 billion in funding for research into the novel coronavirus, SARS-CoV-2 No 061/2020 from Apr 02, 2020 A joint press release by Fr

Life Sciences - Career - 31.03.2020
Three Researchers at Freie Universität Receive Grants from the European Research Council
ERC Advanced Grants for Biochemist Volker Haucke, Science Historian Mathieu Ossendrijver, and Linguist Friedemann Pulvermüller No 060/2020 from Mar 31, 2020 Researchers at Freie Universität Berlin have received three prestigious ERC Advanced Grants from the European Research Council (ERC).

Pedagogy - Pharmacology - 30.03.2020

Religions - 30.03.2020
"Every pilgrim cries at some point - for joy"
Prof. Traugott Roser from the Faculty of Protestant Theology spent four and a half weeks hiking across Northern Spain on the “Camino Francés”, following the old pilgrim's route of St. James.

Health - Administration - 27.03.2020

Law - 16.03.2020
Botanischer Garten vorerst geschlossen
In a recent publication, Nora Markard , Professor of International Public Law and International Human Rights Protection at the University of Münster, looked at the issues of sea rescues, places of safety and the behaviour of the European Union (EU).

Materials Science - 13.03.2020
Start des Sommersemesters an der Universität Münster auf den 20. April verschoben
Start des Sommersemesters an der Universität Münster auf den 20. April verschoben
On March 6, 35 international scientists set off on a special research trip. With the research vessel "Sonne" they set off from Cape Town in South Africa into the Indian Ocean to study the submarine uplift "Marion Rise" on the so-called Southwest Indian Ridge.

Academic Rankings - 04.03.2020
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