Bernhard Schölkopf teaches robots how to learn. An expert in artificial intelligence, he impresses businesspeople and scientists alike.
Driverless cars and smart clothing: how the German Research Center for Artificial Intelligence (DFKI) is helping shape the future.
Outstanding expert: The economist Nicola Fuchs-Schündeln has been awarded the Leibniz Prize 2018.
Food security as a response to global hunger. A German-Ethiopian Research Training Group is breaking new ground
These German universities fare best in the “World University Rankings 2018”.
The highest-intensity X-ray light in the world is soon to shine beneath Hamburg: XFEL is at the ready. We explain what the researchers intend to use it for.
Never before have so many Africans received a climate protection scholarship as this year.
Extraordinary training: The German-Canadian research and training experience programme “ArcTrain” enables interdisciplinary research into climate change and the future of the Arctic.
Rolf Horstmann fights for global health from his base in Hamburg. He leads the Bernhard-Nocht-Institute for Tropical Diseases.
They have invented life-saving spectacles and acoustic cloaking devices: young German scientists are stepping up for the finale of the competition “Youth researches”. A look at outstanding projects.
For many people it’s the most successful EU project of all time. Thanks to Erasmus, the exchange programme for students, and now also, pupils and teachers, four and a half million people have broadened their horizons. So many happy returns for your thirtieth!