University of Münster

University of Münster
Schlossplatz 2, 48149 Münster
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Location: Münster
History - Jul 9
History
For a long time, it was not possible to establish the precise origin of high-grade transparent glass from imperial Rome (3rd century CE) - glass which was used for example for vessels and as window glass. Historical sources strongly suggested that the glass originated in Egypt - on the basis of the term “Alexandrian” found in these sources - but this could not so far be confirmed.
Life Sciences - Jul 7
Life Sciences

Proteins are the workers in a cell and, as the “basic element of life”, are responsible for the most widely varying metabolic processes.

Research Management - Jul 7
Research Management

The University of Münster is among the 100 best universities in the world in four subjects. This is the results of the current Shanghai Ranking, a worldwide comparison of universities undertaken by the Shanghai's Jiaotong University.

Chemistry - Jul 2
Chemistry

It is one of the key technologies for high-performance batteries of the future: the lithium metal battery (LMB).

Linguistics - Jun 25
Linguistics

Following the measures taken against the spread of the Corona Virus, the ULB services can only resume gradually.

Psychology - Jul 7

Due to border closures in the wake of the corona crisis, the arrival of refugees in Europe has temporarily dipped. However, worldwide numbers of refugees have surged, again, within a year, driven by violence, war, persecution, economic hardship, or climate change.

Materials Science - Jul 3
Materials Science

What influence does artificial intelligence have on the development of batteries? How do next generation battery systems change the field of research? How is Research Fab Battery Cells progressing and how will it advance production research in Ger

Life Sciences - Jul 1
Life Sciences

In what is a great success for the Faculty of Medicine at the University of Münster, the Clinical Research Unit "Male Germ Cells" will continue to receive funding - amounting to 5.7 million euros - from the German Research Foundation (DFG).

Event - Jun 24
Event

Universities and research institutes provide a wide variety of ways of organising exchanges with society - Here are three guest commentaries on the subject Creating knowledge and transferring it to society is part of our public culture and, as such, one of the central aims which the University of Münster has.




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