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History / Archeology - Social Sciences - 25.01.2024
Holding Ancient Societies Together
Holding Ancient Societies Together
How did local people get organized in the ancient world? This is the subject of a new research project at the University of Würzburg involving Theology, Philology and History. Did the citizens of Rome know associations? Did inhabitants of Jerusalem set up grassroots movements? Did the regular patrons of an Athenian pub discuss the latest political decision-making? The question how neighborhood people formed groups in order to assert themselves and to pursue shared interests is difficult to answer two thousand years later.

Campus - Event - 25.01.2024
Rector of the University of Bonn elected for a third term of office
Rector of the University of Bonn elected for a third term of office

Research Management - 25.01.2024
Most international universities 2024

Physics - Innovation - 25.01.2024
Shaping the Dawn of the Quantum Age
Shaping the Dawn of the Quantum Age
Perspectives on a research domain Electrons that spin to the right and the left at the same time. Particles that change their states together, even though they are separated by enormous distances. Intriguing phenomena like these are completely commonplace in the world of quantum physics. Researchers at the TUM Garching campus are using them to build quantum computers, high-sensitivity sensors and the internet of the future.

Astronomy / Space - 25.01.2024
New Telescope for Student's Satellite
New Telescope for Student’s Satellite

Campus - Career - 24.01.2024
Vice President and Vice Presidents confirmed in office
Vice President and Vice Presidents confirmed in office

Campus - 24.01.2024
StudyCheck: 1st place for the University of Jena
StudyCheck: 1st place for the University of Jena

Social Sciences - Religions - 24.01.2024
Heidelberg Sociologist Appointed to Expert Council on Integration and Migration

Religions - 24.01.2024
Interview with the newly elected anti-Semitism commissioner Professor Gert Pickel
Interview with the newly elected anti-Semitism commissioner Professor Gert Pickel

Environment - Innovation - 24.01.2024
The Sustainability Innovation Campus is Launched
The Sustainability Innovation Campus is Launched

Life Sciences - Health - 24.01.2024
How HIV smuggles its genetic material into the cell nucleus
How HIV smuggles its genetic material into the cell nucleus
Around one million individuals worldwide become infected with HIV, the virus that causes Aids, each year.

Environment - Earth Sciences - 23.01.2024
Top climate researcher talks about climate change in Lower Franconia
Top climate researcher talks about climate change in Lower Franconia

Health - Microtechnics - 23.01.2024
TUM receives funding for medical robotics
TUM receives funding for medical robotics

Research Management - 23.01.2024
Research Project on Cartoons from the Late and Post-Ottoman Context
As scholarly sources they are expected to provide new insights into society, culture and politics in a turbulent age Arab, Ottoman and Turkish caricatures and cartoons from the late and post-Ottoman

Innovation - Economics - 23.01.2024
6.4 million euros for the 'Digital Mobility Research Initiative'
6.4 million euros for the ’Digital Mobility Research Initiative’

Paleontology - 22.01.2024
What human fossils reveal about life stories
What human fossils reveal about life stories

Campus - 22.01.2024
Working in the students' interests
Working in the students’ interests

Music - Event - 22.01.2024
New Year's concert at the TU Ilmenau with works by Hocke, Stamitz and Schubert
New Year’s concert at the TU Ilmenau with works by Hocke, Stamitz and Schubert

Chemistry - Physics - 22.01.2024
Tailoring chemical bonds
Solids can exist in two structurally very different phases: the crystal phase and the glass phase. While the short-range order of the atoms in both phases is generally very similar, only the atoms of the crystal have a long-range order. The similarity of the short-range order is attributed to the similarity of the chemical bonding between the atoms in both phases.

Social Sciences - 22.01.2024
Research in a new video
Research in a new video

Pharmacology - Health - 22.01.2024
Researching a new treatment option for severe blood disorders of the bone marrow
Researching a new treatment option for severe blood disorders of the bone marrow
When people develop myelodysplastic neoplasms (MDS), the healthy maturation of blood cells is impaired.

Microtechnics - 19.01.2024
Classroom Robots Helping Children
Classroom Robots Helping Children

Life Sciences - Health - 18.01.2024
With the second grant from the lab into the application
With the second grant from the lab into the application

Physics - Astronomy / Space - 18.01.2024
Unravelling the mystery of super-strong magnetic fields
Unravelling the mystery of super-strong magnetic fields

Chemistry - Innovation - 18.01.2024
Chemist Ryan Gilmour receives ’ERC Proof of Concept Grant’

Economics - Computer Science - 18.01.2024
ERC Proof of Concept Grant für Ökonom der Uni Bonn
ERC Proof of Concept Grant für Ökonom der Uni Bonn

Physics - Event - 18.01.2024
Physics Meets Industry at the EPS Forum 2024 Held at Freie Universität Berlin
Physics Meets Industry at the EPS Forum 2024 Held at Freie Universität Berlin

Health - Pharmacology - 18.01.2024
Reducing the Side Effects of Chemotherapy
Reducing the Side Effects of Chemotherapy
Johannes Karges develops anti-cancer agents that work in a targeted manner, rather than adversely affecting the entire body.

Philosophy - Campus - 18.01.2024
Lecture by Omri Boehm: Humanism as a Challenge

Environment - Campus - 17.01.2024
The Future of Development: Which Way for Africa?

Art and Design - 17.01.2024
Combining science and art
Combining science and art

Environment - 17.01.2024
Christian Wirth appointed External Member of the Max Planck Institute for Biogeochemistry
Christian Wirth appointed External Member of the Max Planck Institute for Biogeochemistry

Environment - History / Archeology - 17.01.2024
New Centre for ’Modern and Contemporary Studies’ at JMU
The Faculty of Arts and the Humanities at JMU is becoming even more interdisciplinary: The new centre for "Modern and Contemporary Studies" provides new opportunities for collaborative research and teaching. The aim of the new centre is to strengthen cross-faculty collaboration in the humanities and social sciences.

Health - 17.01.2024
MHH Transplant Center transplants more organs than in the previous year
MHH Transplant Center transplants more organs than in the previous year

History / Archeology - Event - 16.01.2024
Archaeological Discovery of Global Significance Scoops Prize
Archaeological Discovery of Global Significance Scoops Prize

Environment - 16.01.2024
Africa's chance for green electricity
Africa’s chance for green electricity
A joint study by the University of Tübingen, the Senckenberg Society for Nature Research, the University of Osnabrück and the University of Rwanda has found that 80 percent of the energy required in

Earth Sciences - 16.01.2024
Award for Flood Monitoring by App
Award for Flood Monitoring by App
British Economic and Social Research Council honours project in Brazil with participating geoinformation scientists from Heidelberg A research team including geoinformation scientists from Heidelberg

Health - Pharmacology - 16.01.2024
Practice-changing study on bone marrow cancer therapy
A team led by Würzburg hematologist Hermann Einsele has defined a new first-line therapy for bone marrow cancer.

Campus - Event - 16.01.2024
Giving Refugee Researchers a New Academic Home
Giving Refugee Researchers a New Academic Home

Health - Research Management - 15.01.2024
Funding for young researchers in reproductive medicine
Funding for young researchers in reproductive medicine

Computer Science - Transport - 15.01.2024
TUM wins again at the Indy Autonomous Challenge in the USA
TUM wins again at the Indy Autonomous Challenge in the USA
Racing car with artificial intelligence wins in Las Vegas Victory in Las Vegas for the TUM Autonomous Motorsport Team! Once again, the Technical University of Munich (TUM) has proven that autonomous driving can also work successfully on the race track at top speeds.

Economics - Environment - 12.01.2024
Hops as a circular building material
Hops as a circular building material

History / Archeology - 12.01.2024
Private Endowment: Reproductions of Historical Manuscripts
Private Endowment: Reproductions of Historical Manuscripts

Event - 11.01.2024
Platform for Dialogue: Online Calendar in a New Format

Research Management - 11.01.2024
¤1.5 million for research on sign language
¤1.5 million for research on sign language

Chemistry - Materials Science - 11.01.2024
Developing new types of batteries sustainably
Developing new types of batteries sustainably

Innovation - 11.01.2024
More transparency in the human-robot interaction
More transparency in the human-robot interaction
Robotics in nursing care It is essential in nursing care to have a transparent mapping of the entire human-robot interaction. That is the outcome of the interdisciplinary research project Responsible Robotics, which researchers from TUM and the University of Graz completed in 2023. A data recorder helps to capture all events that occur when using a nursing care robot and make them visible and understandable for everyone involved.

Media - Health - 10.01.2024
Lecture: Why Critical Reporting about Science is so Important

Event - 10.01.2024
TUM extends flagship partnership with Imperial College London
TUM extends flagship partnership with Imperial College London

Event - Innovation - 10.01.2024
TUM honored as a 'Committed University'
TUM honored as a ’Committed University’



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