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History / Archeology - 09.02.2024
New life for the Hans Albers Villa
New life for the Hans Albers Villa

Event - 09.02.2024
StadtWildnis: Nature photography in urban space - exhibition in the Ilmenau University Library

Politics - 09.02.2024
Statement by Humboldt-Universität and the Hertie School on the cancellation of a panel discussion on 8 February

Astronomy / Space - Physics - 09.02.2024
Universität Hamburg Involved in LISA Observatory Development
Universität Hamburg Involved in LISA Observatory Development
The planning phase for the innovative space observatory LISA was completed successfully. This marks the start of the implementation phase of a large-scale international project that includes 3 research groups at Universität Hamburg.

Event - History / Archeology - 09.02.2024
Photography Exhibition in the Völkerkundemuseum: REFLECTIONS of the ARCHIVE
Photography Exhibition in the Völkerkundemuseum: REFLECTIONS of the ARCHIVE

Religions - 09.02.2024
In an Effort to Protect University Members on Campus, Freie Universität Issues a Ban Following the Alleged Antisemitic Assault on a Jewish Student in Berlin’s Mitte District

Campus - 08.02.2024
Rectorate welcomes Korean students

Life Sciences - 08.02.2024
Nearly Complete Genome Version of Spreading Earth Moss (Physcomitrium patens)
Nearly Complete Genome Version of Spreading Earth Moss (Physcomitrium patens)
A research team including University of Freiburg scientists presents new data on the model plant The model organism spreading earth moss ( Physcomitrium patens , formerly: Physcomitrella patens ) has contributed significantly to a better understanding of plant evolution and development.

Campus - Mathematics - 07.02.2024
Promoting women: Institute for Numerical Simulation honors outstanding thesis with the Ada Lovelace Prize
Promoting women: Institute for Numerical Simulation honors outstanding thesis with the Ada Lovelace Prize

Innovation - Pedagogy - 07.02.2024
'Digital Coach' Receives Award for Best Practice
’Digital Coach’ Receives Award for Best Practice
"Digital Coach" Receives Award for Best Practice Project The project shows how companies can keep pace with digitization and use it for their purpose.

Innovation - 07.02.2024
How work environments shape creativity
How work environments shape creativity
NewIn: Katja Thoring In this episode of "NewIn", we introduce Prof. Katja Thoring. At the intersection of product, space, architecture and technology, she explores how work environments influence creativity in a variety of ways.

Criminology / Forensics - 07.02.2024
Freie Universität Berlin Not Associated with Organizing Public Protest on Public Property

Environment - 06.02.2024
The Young Academy for Sustainability Research is going into another round

Mathematics - Event - 06.02.2024
Thorsten Beckmann receives the Hausdorff Memorial Award
Thorsten Beckmann receives the Hausdorff Memorial Award

Health - Life Sciences - 05.02.2024
Universität Hamburg Applying for Fifth Cluster
Universität Hamburg Applying for Fifth Cluster

Event - Physics - 05.02.2024
HU im Dialog: ’Erwin Schrödinger - still acceptable as a building name?’

Politics - 05.02.2024
'Debates on restrictions are old'
’Debates on restrictions are old’

Music - Innovation - 05.02.2024
Electronic music with a human rhythm
Electronic music with a human rhythm
New product called Human Plugins by Mixed In Key is based on Max Planck and Harvard research Electronically generated rhythms are often perceived as too artificial.

Religions - Social Sciences - 05.02.2024
Freie Universität Berlin Condemns the Alleged Antisemitic Attack on a Jewish Student and Is Considering Legal Measures

History / Archeology - Health - 05.02.2024
Love and Hate in Ancient Times
Love and Hate in Ancient Times
Magical texts from Egypt in Coptic script and language are the focus of a research project at the University of Würzburg. They are now being presented for the first time in a 600-page book. A team of scholars spent five years studying them: "magical" texts from Egypt that were written on papyrus, parchment, paper and shards of clay - so-called ostraca - and date from the period between the fourth and twelfth centuries AD.

Life Sciences - Research Management - 02.02.2024
Excellence Strategy: Success for the University of Würzburg
Excellence Strategy: Success for the University of Würzburg

Health - Life Sciences - 02.02.2024
Great success for the University of Tübingen in the excellence competition
Great success for the University of Tübingen in the excellence competition

Environment - Politics - 02.02.2024
Unfreedom too has its advantages
Unfreedom too has its advantages

Health - Environment - 02.02.2024
Leipzig University clears first hurdle in excellence competition: Invitation to submit two full
Leipzig University clears first hurdle in excellence competition: Invitation to submit two full

Politics - Life Sciences - 02.02.2024
University of Jena in the final round of the Excellence Competition
University of Jena in the final round of the Excellence Competition

Physics - Astronomy / Space - 02.02.2024
'Scientific curiosity is what drives me'
’Scientific curiosity is what drives me’
Christian Weinheimer is in search of dark matter and the mass of neutrinos Christian Weinheimer sees his job as a university professor as having something of the football coach.

Environment - Innovation - 02.02.2024
Strengthening the impact of Freiburg's research
Strengthening the impact of Freiburg’s research
The University of Freiburg has been successful in the current round of the Excellence Strategy of the German federal and state governments.

Research Management - Event - 02.02.2024
'Make up your mind' - regional youth research competition at the TU Ilmenau
’Make up your mind’ - regional youth research competition at the TU Ilmenau

Health - Chemistry - 02.02.2024
Early departure from the Excellence Strategy competition

Career - Campus - 02.02.2024
Professional PR concepts to attract skilled workers in Thuringia
Professional PR concepts to attract skilled workers in Thuringia

Innovation - Health - 01.02.2024
TUM in the running with three new Cluster of Excellence proposals
TUM in the running with three new Cluster of Excellence proposals

Social Sciences - 01.02.2024
'Europe is discussing with itself'
’Europe is discussing with itself’
How an anthropologist and a lawyer assess research on colonial provenance Handing back cultural artefacts which have a colonial provenance has long been an object of public debate.

Astronomy / Space - Research Management - 01.02.2024
Cutting-Edge Observation and Data Processing Systems for Astronomy
Cutting-Edge Observation and Data Processing Systems for Astronomy

Materials Science - Chemistry - 01.02.2024
Novel Batteries and Neural Networks
Novel Batteries and Neural Networks

Life Sciences - Health - 01.02.2024
Research into evolution: four questions, four viewpoints
Research into evolution: four questions, four viewpoints
Scientists provide insights Did Charles Darwin invent the term "evolution" The clear answer is no. Charles Darwin didn't invent the concept of evolution, and he himself rarely used the word. Nevertheless, the British naturalist is seen - rightly - as the creator of the theory of evolution, which explains to us the 'tribal' development of biological species: phylogenesis.

Innovation - 01.02.2024
Universität Heidelberg is One of the Driving Forces in Innovations to Fight Cancer
Among the "Top 3" of universities and public research centres in Germany for patents and inventions In cancer research, Heidelberg University is one of the driving forces in Germany in terms of patents and inventions to fight cancer. Among universities and public research centres, Ruperto Carola takes third place after the Max Planck Society and the German Cancer Research Center in Heidelberg.

Campus - 31.01.2024
Discover Universität Hamburg at Unitag 2024
Discover Universität Hamburg at Unitag 2024

Life Sciences - Innovation - 31.01.2024
ERC Proof of Concept Grant for the University of Bonn
ERC Proof of Concept Grant for the University of Bonn
European Research Council supports the development of a microplastic filter for washing machines Alexander Blanke from the Institute of Evolutionary Biology and Ecology at the University of Bonn has been awarded a Proof of Concept Grant (PoC) by the European Research Council (ERC).

Astronomy / Space - Physics - 31.01.2024
Universität Hamburg participates in the development of the observatory 'LISA'
Universität Hamburg participates in the development of the observatory ’LISA’
The planning phase of the innovative space observatory -LISA- has been successfully completed. The implementation phase of the major international project, in which three working groups at the University of Hamburg are involved, has now begun.

Health - Physics - 31.01.2024
Cooperation with Siemens' Healthineers for New Medical Imaging
Cooperation with Siemens’ Healthineers for New Medical Imaging
How do immune cells move in infectious regions of the body? And how do newly developed agents reach places, for example, where they can fight tumors? X-ray fluorescence imaging, developed further at Universität Hamburg, provides new insight into these questions. Now a team at Universität Hamburg wants to improve access to this technology in cooperation with Siemens- Healthineers and TU Berlin.

Health - 31.01.2024
'We Want to Know'-- Science and Scholarship in Hamburg's Schools
’We Want to Know’-- Science and Scholarship in Hamburg’s Schools

Astronomy / Space - Physics - 31.01.2024
The X-ray sky opens to the world
The X-ray sky opens to the world
First eROSITA sky-survey data release makes public the largest ever catalogue of high-energy cosmic sources X-ray astronomy has an eventful 60-year history of exploring the extremes of the universe: from exploding stars to active galactic nuclei, which, with their supermassive black holes, are arguably the most efficient sources of energy in the universe.

Campus - Event - 30.01.2024
New record for Deutschlandstipendium scholarships at TUM
New record for Deutschlandstipendium scholarships at TUM

Physics - 29.01.2024
New issue of the 'TUMcampus' magazine
New issue of the ’TUMcampus’ magazine

Computer Science - Economics - 29.01.2024
Secure data management in the cloud
Secure data management in the cloud
In an increasingly digitalized world, where vast quantities of data are stored in the cloud, the security of sensitive information is a central challenge.

Campus - Psychology - 29.01.2024
Dr Leon Li joins Leipzig University to research unethical behaviour

Campus - 29.01.2024
Einstein BUA/Oxford Visiting Fellowship for Research Project on the ’Seven Sages of Rome’ at Freie Universität Berlin

Health - Pharmacology - 26.01.2024
Obesity in children: A problem far bigger than a person's waistline
Obesity in children: A problem far bigger than a person’s waistline
News from When it comes to modern diseases, paediatrician Professor Antje Körner believes that there is too great a focus on adults and not enough on children and adolescents.

Politics - 26.01.2024
Statement by the University of Freiburg on strengthening diversity, democracy and the rule of law

Campus - 26.01.2024
JMU Welcomes Commitment to Democracy and the Rule of Law



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