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Playing wind instruments causes less transmission than singing - Nachricht, 22.09.2022
The risk of transmission from a person infected with, for example, Sars-CoV-2, from playing a wind instrument is significantly lower than from singing or speaking. This is the conclusion reach…
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Forest Botanical Garden: Northern section not accessible in the evening and at night on a trial basis - Nachricht, 30.08.2022
Göttingen University's Forest Botanical Garden is one of the largest and most species-rich collections of woody plants in the German-speaking world. It has over 2,000 species across an area of…
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New quantum technology combines free electrons and photons - Nachricht, 18.08.2022
Researchers from Göttingen and Lausanne in Switzerland have successfully created electron-photon pairs in a controlled way in an electron microscope for the first time. Using a new method, the…
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Max Planck School Matter to Life celebrates first Master’s graduates - Nachricht, 19.07.2022
The Max Planck School Matter to Life has celebrated the first graduates of its Master’s program of the same name. The students from the Universities of Göttingen and Heidelberg started in 2019…
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Photo gallery of the fifth Night of Science - Nachricht, 11.07.2022
Once again, up to 25,000 interested people attended the events of the fifth Göttingen Night of Science over the weekend, which this year took place in summer for the first time. Visitors could…
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Patrick Cramer appointed President-elect of the Max Planck Society - Nachricht, 24.06.2022
At its meeting on 23 June 2022 in Berlin, the Max Planck Society’s Senate unanimously appointed Patrick Cramer as new President-elect of the Max Planck Society for the term of office from 2023…
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Alec Wodtke wins 2022 Ertl Lecture Prize - Nachricht, 20.05.2022
The 15th Gerhard Ertl Lecture Award goes to Professor Alec M Wodtke, Director at the Max Planck Institute (MPI) for Multidisciplinary Sciences and Professor at the Institute for Physical Chemi…
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Climate Change Adaptation: Enlight Global Engagement Module in Goettingen - Nachricht, 17.05.2022
"Climate Change Adaptation" - this is the topic on which students from the nine universities in the Enlight network met in Göttingen at the end of April 2022. In three interdisciplinary, inter…
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Mathematics and solar system research award for Dr Janosch Preuss - Nachricht, 16.05.2022
The German Society for Applied Mathematics and Mechanics has awarded Dr Janosch Preuss from the Institute for Numerical and Applied Mathematics at the University of Göttingen and from the Max …
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Three ERC Advanced Grants for the Göttingen Campus - Nachricht, 26.04.2022
Recognition of high quality research at the Göttingen Campus as ERC Advanced grants are awarded to Professor Tobias Moser, the University Medical Center Göttingen (UMG), Professor Hannelore Eh…
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Shaping nature conservation in an integrated, equitable and fair way - Nachricht, 05.04.2022
New global guidelines for the management of nature increasingly focus on environmental justice and fair and equitable decision-making. As part of the ENVISION project, researchers around the w…
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Göttingen Campus: Dr David Zwicker awarded ERC Consolidator Grant - Nachricht, 22.03.2022
The European Research Council (ERC) has funded the work of Dr David Zwicker for the next five years with a Consolidator Grant worth around two million euros. Together with his group, Zwicker, …
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United against the war in Ukraine - Nachricht, 03.03.2022
We are utterly appalled by the war in Ukraine, a sovereign state in Europe. We share the German government's assessment that the Russian attack on Ukraine is a blatant violation of internation…
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University statement about the war in Ukraine - Nachricht, 25.02.2022
We are utterly appalled by the war in Ukraine, a sovereign state in Europe. We share the German government's assessment that the Russian attack on Ukraine is a blatant violation of internation…
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Livestream: Göttingen University hands over iwi kūpuna from collections to Hawaiian descendants - Nachricht, 09.02.2022
When the anatomist Georg Thilenius excavated a number of skulls and skeletons on the island of Maui in 1897, he violated the prevailing Hawaiian laws: these prohibited the removal of human rem…
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