In publica commoda

News

All press releases

University of Göttingen successful in the Lower Saxony Science Award 2020 - Pressemitteilung, 17.11.2020
The University of Göttingen is delighted to announce that it has once again been successful in the Lower Saxony Science Prize 2020. In the category “Wissenschaftler” (scientists), the jury hon…
more…

COVID-19 highlights risks of wildlife trade - Pressemitteilung, 17.11.2020
Many diseases, such as COVID-19, have made the jump from animals to people with serious consequences for the human host. An international research team, including Göttingen University, says th…
more…

University of Göttingen receives another Alexander von Humboldt professorship - Pressemitteilung, 17.11.2020
The University of Göttingen was once again successful in the competition for the most highly endowed German research award: Physicist Dr. Jan Huisken, nominated by the University of Göttingen,…
more…

Northern Germany’s fastest computer - Pressemitteilung, 17.11.2020
Top ranking for Göttingen supercomputer: in the latest listing of the Top500 world's fastest computers, the "Emmy" system installed in Göttingen is 47th in the world. In Germany, Emmy ranks fi…
more…

In-depth research in cell analysis with Artificial Intelligence - Pressemitteilung, 16.11.2020
Sartorius will sponsor a new laboratory for cell analysis using Artificial Intelligence (AI) and endow a junior professorship for Computational Cell Analytics at the University of Göttingen. T…
more…

How nitrogen is transferred by a catalyst - Pressemitteilung, 12.11.2020
Catalysts with a metal-nitrogen bond can transfer nitrogen to organic molecules. In this process short-lived molecular species are formed, whose properties critically determine the course of t…
more…

Learning computational tricks from neurons - Pressemitteilung, 11.11.2020
The University of Göttingen will lead the new European project "Adaptive Optical Dendrites (ADOPD)" for research into alternative, ultra-fast computer components based on neuronal signalling s…
more…

Dialogue with China: how the idea of a world order evolved - Pressemitteilung, 06.11.2020
The University of Göttingen is part of the new research network "World-making from Global Perspectives: A Dialogue with China". Professor Dominic Sachsenmaier, Director of the Department for E…
more…

United in Diversity - Pressemitteilung, 04.11.2020
"United in Diversity: A Europe of Sustainability - Challenges and Perspectives" on 19 and 20 November 2020, there will be a conference to help address major societal challenges and contribute …
more…

University of Göttingen student numbers hardly changed - Pressemitteilung, 02.11.2020
At the start of the 2020/2021 winter semester, 4,800 new students have so far enrolled at the University of Göttingen: 3,300 of them registering for their first ever semester at a German unive…
more…

From nitrate crisis to phosphate crisis? - Pressemitteilung, 02.11.2020
The aim of the EU Nitrates Directive is to reduce nitrates leaking into the environment and prevent pollution of water supplies. The widely accepted view is that this will help protect threate…
more…

Here we go again! Physics Experiments in Advent - Pressemitteilung, 02.11.2020
Physics in Advent is back for 2020! Wherever you are in the world, Ms. and Mr. Santa come to you in a coronavirus-compliant manner via video to bring you 24 fun-filled, physics experiments doa…
more…

Beetle larvae think with a brain ‘under construction’ - Pressemitteilung, 29.10.2020
In the human brain, hundreds of billions of nerve cells are interconnected in the most complicated way, and only when these interconnections are correctly made, can the brain function properly…
more…

Virtual Alumni Day – back on the campus for two hours - Pressemitteilung, 27.10.2020
Reunions with old acquaintances and companions: the University of Göttingen and Alumni Göttingen e.V. invite alumni of the University to this year's virtual Alumni Day on Wednesday 4 November …
more…

Vanilla cultivation under trees promotes pest regulation - Pressemitteilung, 21.10.2020
The cultivation of vanilla in Madagascar provides a good income for small-holder farmers, but without trees and bushes the plantations can lack biodiversity. Agricultural ecologists investigat…
more…