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Looking out of the box in virtual worlds

The University of Göttingen supports teachers in the conception and implementation of innovative, internationally aligned teaching projects. A total of 1.5 million euros from central study quality funds have been earmarked for the three-year project titled “Internationalisation of the Curricula: Internationalisation - Digitalisation - Diversification”. more...

Planet found in habitable zone around nearest star

An international team of Astronomers with participation from the University of Göttingen has found clear evidence of a planet orbiting the closest star to Earth, Proxima Centauri. This rocky world may be the closest possible abode for life outside the Solar System. more...

The yoga poses of ion channels

Scientists from the universities of Melbourne and Göttingen have gained new insights into the complex stochastic patterns of opening and closing observed in ion channels. The key is the molecular architecture of the protein that ion channels are made of. more...

Greater biodiversity leads to higher levels of ecosystem services

The more it swarms, crawls and flies, the better for humans who benefit from the varied services provided for free by nature. This is the finding of a study by more than 60 researchers with participation from agro-ecologists from the University of Göttingen. more...

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Guild calls for enhanced European university collaboration

Over the past few weeks, evidence has been mounting that the UK’s referendum result on BREXIT has begun to undermine collaborative research through a decline in joint funding applications involving UK partners. A core strength of Europe, the free circulation of ideas, of researchers, and of students, is being undermined: this will be to the long-term detriment not just of the UK, but of all of Europe. more...

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