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Great turnout at March for Science Göttingen

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Roughly 1,500 people took part in the March for Science in Göttingen on Saturday, among them numerous scientists from the institutions at the Göttingen Campus, Lower Saxony's Minister of Science, Dr. Gabriele Heinen-Kljajić, as well as members of the Presidential Board and the Senate of the University. By doing so, they stood up for free and open science and research as a vital democratic value. more...



Setting course for the future

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Welcoming researchers and qualified professionals to Southern Lower Saxony – that’s the core mission of the region’s future Welcome Centre. The project is backed by more than 40 partners, including universities, commercial enterprises, central associations and municipalities from the districts of Göttingen and Northeim as well as the districts themselves. more...



ERC funds project by physicist Professor Sarah Köster

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The research of Professor Sarah Köster at Göttingen University's Institute for X-Ray Physics deals with the physics of biological cells and cellular components. The European Research Council (ERC) has awarded her a Consolidator Grant. Her project funded with over € 2.4 million starts in May 2017. more...



Oscillating molecules from ultra-short laser pulses

Usually, two light beams will cross each other without any fanfare. That buzzing hum of clashing lightsabers is merely a cinematic sound effect. Inside a laser, however, intensive light pulses can indeed mutually attract or reject each other. A team of researchers from Göttingen University and the University of California, Los Angeles have now succeeded in tracking such rapid "duels” between two pulses in real-time. more...