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Bernstein Award 2014 for Raoul-Martin Memmesheimer

Dr. Raoul-Martin Memmesheimer, physicist at Radboud University in Nijmegen, has been awarded the Bernstein Award 2014, one of the most attractive junior research prizes worldwide. The Bernstein Award is endowed with up to € 1.25 million. Dr. Memmesheimer plans to establish a new research group at the University of Göttingen. more...

Understanding the brain—neuroscientists meet in Göttingen

From September 3rd until 5th, 2014, the international Bernstein Conference 2014 will be held at Georg-August-Universität Göttingen. More than 500 scientists from the fields of physics, mathematics, biology, medicine, computer science, and psychology are expected to talk about the latest findings in Computational Neuroscience. more...

Do spiders need extra genes to spin their webs?

The common house spider has significantly more active genes than humans. In addition, these spiders possess all the key genes that also control embryonic development in humans. These are the conclusions of a study by an international research team led by scientists at the Göttingen Center for Molecular Biosciences (GZMB). more...

Protected areas shall prevent extirpation

A large-scale field study conducted by an international research group of Göttingen University and Universitas Cenderawasih Papua, Indonesia, is studying effects of habitat alteration, changes in food availability and increased hunting pressure on cassowaries in Papua, Indonesia. more...

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NS-Beutebücher an Eigentümer zurückgegeben / Nazi-looted books handed over to original owners

The Göttingen State and University Library (SUB) has repatriated back to the University Library of Poznan 38 books that had belonged to Göttingen Library under the National Socialists. more...

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