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Politics - Social Sciences - 18.03.2021
How civic dialog can have political impact
How civic dialog can have political impact
Citizen participation is in vogue when it comes to negotiating climate change, refugee policies, and even the renovation of the local hospital.

Social Sciences - Politics - 15.12.2020
Discussion and de-escalation in social media
Discussion and de-escalation in social media
International research team awarded funding to develop AI-based, social media "moderator" It-s a familiar situation: a compelling discussion develops on Tw­­itter, Facebook or Instagram - it could

History / Archeology - Politics - 13.11.2020

Politics - 15.10.2020
ZIRIUS Report II has been published
The Center for Interdisciplinary Risk and Innovation Studies (ZIRIUS) at the University of Stuttgart presents its annual report 2019-2020 How can a sustainable turnaround be achieved in major infrastructure systems, especially in the areas of energy supply and mobility?

Politics - Economics / Business - 12.08.2020
Food for the waste bin
Food for the waste bin
Everyone in Germany wastes around 75 kilos of food every year, according to the German Ministry of Food and Agriculture (BMEL).

Politics - Administration - 12.08.2020

Politics - Health - 27.05.2020

Campus - Politics - 22.05.2020
How to master a crisis
New Master's programme "International Organisations and Crisis Management" at the University of Jena The euro crisis, the refugee crisis, the Crimea and Ukraine crises, and now the Covid-19 pandemic - crises and critical events have always been part of human existence.

Social Sciences - Politics - 03.05.2020

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.

Politics - Administration - 04.02.2020

Politics - 10.01.2020

Innovation - Politics - 18.07.2019
Understanding and shaping the digital transformation
Understanding and shaping the digital transformation
Together with Bavarian Minister of State for Science and the Arts Bernd Sibler, the president of the Bavarian Academy of Sciences and Humanities Prof. Thomas O. Höllmann inaugurated the BIT today.

Event - Politics - 09.07.2019
The legacy of the Bretton Woods Conference
The exchange rate system agreed 75 years ago at a conference in Bretton Woods in the US state of New Hampshire collapsed around 30 years later.

Politics - 08.05.2019

Politics - 26.04.2019
Politics, Power, Food
The German Federal Ministry for Education and Research approves funding for research project at the Institute for Latin American Studies, Freie Universität Berlin No 109/2019 from Apr 26, 2019 The Ge

Politics - Campus - 14.03.2019

Politics - Social Sciences - 10.02.2019
Lobbying: good for democracy?
Lobbying: good for democracy?
Lobbying is generally suspected of exerting an unfair influence on political decisions for the benefit of certain people in privileged positions - mostly from the business world.

Politics - 25.10.2018

Politics - 25.10.2018
Teaching language, scan exams, and more rooms
Teaching language, scan exams, and more rooms
"Your idea. Your district. Your democracy." - with this slogan the internet platform muc.me launched this August, providing new, simple ways of participating in Munich's local politics.

Event - Politics - 18.06.2018

Politics - 27.04.2018

History / Archeology - Politics - 12.04.2018

Politics - 21.12.2017
European Commission grants five million euros for international project on European foreign policy: Research consortium to be coordinated at Freie Universität Berlin
European Commission grants five million euros for international project on European foreign policy: Research consortium to be coordinated at Freie Universität Berlin The European Commission has approved five million euros for a research project to assess foreign policy of the European Union.

Politics - Administration - 06.11.2017
"Quiet learning spaces are becoming scarcer"
There have been changes in the leading positions of the TUM's student representation. In 2017/2018, Benedikt Retsch will be chairman, while Paul Maroldt and Franziska Ochsenfarth will be representing the students and their concerns in the TUM's Senate.

Politics - Mathematics - 19.09.2017
Mathematician and chronicler of political murders
Mathematician and chronicler of political murders
Research news Emil J. Gumbel's formulas are fundamental for extreme value theory. This statistical discipline describes extreme incidents, such as floods or storms.

Politics - Media - 05.09.2017
How Will the Germans Vote on September 24?
Expert Forum on September 14, 2017, 12 noon: Experts at Freie Universität to Address the Media No 233/2017 from Sep 05, 2017 According to surveys, about 40 percent of the voters have not yet decided how they will vote in the German federal elections on September 24.

Politics - Media - 17.08.2017

Life Sciences - Politics - 14.08.2017
Record number of applicants seek admission to TUM - TUM
Record number of applicants seek admission to TUM - TUM
Campus news Applications from talented young people hoping to study at the Technical University of Munich (TUM) are at record levels.

Politics - 10.08.2017
Political Scientist at Freie Universität Re-appointed to Committee of the German Bundestag
Professor Klaus Schroeder Continues to Serve as Advisor on Consequences of Injustice in the GDR No 213/2017 from Aug 10, 2017 The political scientist Klaus Schroeder at Freie Universität Berlin has o

Politics - Career - 07.07.2017

Social Sciences - Politics - 28.06.2017
Tour de Force - Will Macron Lead the Way to Another Europe?
Berlin European Dialogue on July 4, 2017, at Freie Universität Berlin ‘ 173/2017 from Jun 28, 2017 The results of the French presidential election in June 2017 are the subject of the 7th Berlin European Dialogue on July 4, 2017, at Freie Universität Berlin.

Law - Politics - 19.06.2017

Mathematics - Politics - 12.06.2017
Greater democracy through mathematics
Greater democracy through mathematics
Research news For democratic elections to be fair, voting districts must have similar sizes. When populations shift, districts need to be redistributed - a complex and, in many countries, controversial task when political parties attempt to influence redistricting.

Media - Politics - 09.06.2017

Politics - 26.05.2017

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