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Architecture - Environment - 19.06.2017
We are much more unique than assumed
We are much more unique than assumed
Termin At the third Kunstareal-Fest on June 24 - 25, the Technical University of Munich (TUM) will showcase architectonic highlights of its buildings not otherwise immediately visible to the public, and will send the robot Nao to the Pinakothek der Moderne.

Physics - Environment - 14.06.2017
Yana Vaynzof Receives ERC Starting Grant
Heidelberg physicist Yana Vaynzof is receiving a highly endowed grant from the European Research Council (ERC), an ERC Starting Grant for excellent young researchers.

Environment - Architecture - 31.05.2017
"We have no other choice but to build sustainably"
Research news Prof. Werner Lang's objective is constructing residential buildings with a positive ecological footprint.

Environment - Life Sciences - 24.05.2017

Life Sciences - Environment - 23.05.2017

Environment - Life Sciences - 15.05.2017
How cities can prepare for the future
How cities can prepare for the future
Research news What measures are needed to make cities "green" and get them ready for the future? An interdisciplinary team at the Centre for Urban Ecology and Climate Adaptation of the Technical University of Munich (TUM) is conducting research on these questions.

Environment - Career - 03.05.2017
Campus Run, Climate and MakerSpace
Campus Run, Climate and MakerSpace
Join the run! The 5th TUM Campus Run will take place in Garching on June 28, 2017. This year, there will be up 1,000 participants.

Astronomy / Space Science - Environment - 28.04.2017
Evolution on Earth took place in 5 Stages
A new view of how life and planet Earth have evolved together could help predict how life on other planets may develop ' 101/2017 from Apr 28, 2017 In a perspective published today in the journal Nat

Environment - 24.04.2017
SUSTAIN IT! Action Days: "Repair - Rethink - Reuse"
Free Bicycle Repair Cafe and Clothing Exchange on April 26 and 27, 2017, at Freie Universität ' 093/2017 from Apr 24, 2017 Flat tires, squealing brakes, or a wonky front wheel?

Environment - Life Sciences - 13.03.2017
Domino Effect in the Amazon Rainforest
Domino Effect in the Amazon Rainforest
Research news Reduced rainfall in the Amazon rainforest is increasing forest mortality. Fewer trees exacerbate regional periods of drought, leading to a self-amplified forest loss.

Environment - Administration - 10.03.2017

Environment - 03.03.2017
Choreographer Mette Ingvartsen at Freie Universität
Choreographer Mette Ingvartsen at Freie Universität
Danish choreographer Mette Ingvartsen is Valeska Gert Visiting Professor during 2017 spring/summer semester / Opening event on April 24, 2017 ' 041/2017 from Mar 03, 2017 The Danish dancer and choreo

Health - Environment - 17.02.2017
"Experience Africa at first hand"
Campus news At a 'TUM Speakers Series' event today, Bill Gates, Co-Chairman of the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, and Gerd Müller, German Federal Minister for Economic Cooperation and Development, discussed development policy in Africa with student Nicki Weber.

Administration - Environment - 09.02.2017

Environment - 30.01.2017
Study on Plane Crash: Researchers Call for Caution in Handling Technical Systems
Study on Plane Crash: Researchers Call for Caution in Handling Technical Systems
Scientists at Technical University of Kaiserslautern and Freie Universität Berlin Analyzed Interactions between Humans and Technology based on a Plane Crash in 2009 ' 021/2017 from Jan 30, 2017 When

Environment - 20.01.2017
Tracking down gray energy factors
Tracking down gray energy factors
Research news Researchers at the Technical University of Munich (TUM) have analyzed the energy performance of a cooperative residential housing project in Munich across its entire life cycle - from ra

Environment - Life Sciences - 12.01.2017
Diversity also a plus in science
Diversity also a plus in science
Campus news They both perform research in the field of terrestrial ecology, one in Brazil and the other in Germany: Professors Thomas Lewinsohn (Campinas) and Wolfgang Weisser (Freising).

Social Sciences - Environment - 10.01.2017
Feminist Perspectives on Natural Catastrophes and Sustainability
Public Lecture by International Visiting Professor of Gender Studies Pilwha Chang on January 24, 2017 ' 005/2017 from Jan 10, 2017 Are natural disasters really natural, or do they have anthropogenic

Economics / Business - Environment - 05.12.2016
Florian Diekert Receives ERC Starting Grant
Florian Diekert Receives ERC Starting Grant
Heidelberg economist Florian Diekert is receiving a highly endowed ERC Starting Grant for excellent young researchers from the European Research Council (ERC).

Environment - Social Sciences - 10.11.2016
Sustainable Development and Social Inequalities in the Andes
German Academic Exchange Service Approves Grant of 2.5 Million Euros for New Research and Cooperation Project between Institute for Latin American Studies at Freie Universität and Pontificia U

Environment - Electroengineering - 12.10.2016
Energy management: Highly intelligent homes of the future
Energy management: Highly intelligent homes of the future
Research news For 18 months, Prof. Franz Hagn and his family experienced for themselves what it is like to live in a house which not only produces its own energy, but also manages it intelligently.

Environment - Administration - 09.08.2016
Straubing becomes a university hosted by TUM
Straubing becomes a university hosted by TUM
Campus news The Straubing Center of Science for renewable resources will be expanded and transformed into the 'Straubing University of Biotechnology and Sustainability'.

Environment - Earth Sciences - 21.06.2016
Significant humus loss in forests of the Bavarian Alps
Significant humus loss in forests of the Bavarian Alps
Research news Alpine forests will be at great risk should weather phenomena such as droughts and torrential rain become more frequent.

Life Sciences - Environment - 16.06.2016
Two sensors for the price of one
Uptake of potassium by bacteria is regulated by a single protein that senses the concentration of this cation both inside the cell and in the external medium, and controls the expression of the corresponding transport protein accordingly.

Environment - Earth Sciences - 13.06.2016
Environment protection, profit and safety through mosaic cultivation
Environment protection, profit and safety through mosaic cultivation
Research news How must a landscape be utilized in order to fulfil both ecological and socio-economical requirements?

Administration - Environment - 06.06.2016
New cafeteria for the research campus in Garching
New cafeteria for the research campus in Garching
Campus news After nearly 40 years, technology and structure of the cafeteria on the Garching campus has long outlived its intended lifespan.

Politics - Environment - 19.04.2016
Bavarian School of Public Policy ready for takeoff
Bavarian School of Public Policy ready for takeoff
The Technical University of Munich (TUM) has announced appointments to seven new professorships for the Hochschule für Politik München (HfP) - Bavarian School of Public Policy.

Astronomy / Space Science - Environment - 11.04.2016
"Virtual Habitat" software - to Mars and back
Space is the most hostile environment that we know of. The lack of pressure would bring our bodily fluids to the boil.

Environment - Earth Sciences - 31.03.2016
Aerosols: Risk Amplified by Climate Change?
Freie Universität Berlin and Netherlands Organization for Applied Scientific Research Set Up Joint Visiting Professorship in Environmental Research Freie Universität Berlin and the prestigious Nether

Environment - Physics - 07.03.2016
Environmental data from the North Sea to Tyrol
More than 100 of the small green boxes are already in use: whether in Hamburg, or Zwolle in the Netherlands, or even on the Zugspitze in northern Tyrol - the "SenseBox" has long since left its hometown of Münster behind it.

Environment - Physics - 07.03.2016
Environmental data from the North Sea to Bavaria
Environmental data from the North Sea to Bavaria
More than 100 of the small green boxes are already in use: whether in Hamburg, or Zwolle in the Netherlands, or even on the Zugspitze in Bavaria - the "SenseBox" has long since left its hometown of Münster behind it.

Event - Environment - 09.02.2016
Collaborative doctorates
The Technical University of Munich (TUM) and the Nürtingen-Geislingen University of Applied Sciences (NGU) are gearing up for the second phase of their mobil.LAB Doctoral Research Group "Sustainable Mobility in the Metropolitan Region of Munich".

Environment - Life Sciences - 08.01.2016
The Status Quo on Europe's Mussels
The Status Quo on Europe’s Mussels
Mussels are the natural treatment plants of bodies of water and, therefore, just as important as bees.

Environment - Life Sciences - 16.12.2015
Reading the smoke signals
Laser-based measurements permit detailed analyses of the amounts of carbon dioxide released by the burning of tropical peatlands - and the data show that the answers depend on how many previous fires have raged in the same spot.

Earth Sciences - Environment - 11.12.2015
No Need for Sleds: Christmas Expected to Be Green, Not White
Berliner Wetterkarte at Freie Universität: Conditions in West Prevent New Cold Spell According to a forecast by the Berlin Weather Map association at Freie Universität Berlin, Christmas in Germany this year will be green.

Environment - 10.12.2015
TÜV SÜD Foundation to support international guest scientists at TUM
TÜV SÜD Foundation to support international guest scientists at TUM
As of next year, the TÜV SÜD Foundation will be providing fellowships for guest scientists from abroad at the TUM Institute for Advanced Study (TUM-IAS).

Environment - 10.11.2015
The fog clears
The fog clears
Fog is formed through a fine distribution of water droplets in the air. It is an everyday meteorological phenomenon - but it is becoming ever rarer.

Environment - Event - 28.09.2015
Sustainable Development in European and Latin American Societies
The complex interaction between human societies and natural resources and processes is the overall theme of the 7th German-Brazilian Symposium for Sustainable Development, to take place from 4 to 10 October 2015 at Heidelberg University.

Environment - Social Sciences - 18.09.2015
How Cultural Perceptions Influence the Course of Sustainable Development
Heidelberg University has invited outstanding doctoral students from Brazil, China, Germany, Greece, Great Britain, India, Austria, Sweden and Spain to explore the national and global aspects of sustainable development.

Environment - 14.09.2015
A Fresh Breeze with a New Name
Meteorologists at Freie Universität Start New Naming Process for Weather Highs and Lows on September 16, 2016 On September 16 at 00:00, the meteorologists at Freie Universität Berlin will launch the

Event - Environment - 08.09.2015

Environment - 04.09.2015
Last chance for oasis in China's desert
Last chance for oasis in China’s desert
Ten percent of the world's cotton is produced in the Xinjiang region in northwestern China. Irrigating the cotton fields, however, is causing ecological problems.

Economics / Business - Environment - 28.08.2015
What Are the Consequences of Rana Plaza?
Economist Elke Schüßler at Freie Universität Berlin Coordinates International Study on Labor and Environmental Standards in Global Apparel Industry An international study is looking into the conseque

Environment - Life Sciences - 28.04.2015
Rubber from dandelions
Rubber from dandelions
In a joint project between scientists of the Fraunhofer Institute for Molecular Biology and Applied Ecology IME, the Department of Biology and Biotechnology (IBBP) at the University of Münster and the

Environment - Economics / Business - 05.07.2012