These websites show how exciting, many-facetted and well-organized research is in Germany. Explore institutions, locations and focuses.
These links can be used to research historical developments and documents on the history of Germany from its beginnings up until the present day.
For Humboldt Year 2019 we present seven facts that prove Alexander von Humboldt was far ahead of his time.
Bestselling author Andrea Wulf explains what universal genius Alexander von Humboldt has to do with climate change and sustainability.
They are carrying out research on important global topics: you need to know about these women and men.
Teachers will find new teaching material and interesting ideas to liven up their lessons.
Where is the nearest daycare center located? What kind of support does the government offer? This is a collection of useful links that focus on family policy, good parenting and child rearing.
Marx expert Thomas Kuczynski explains why Karl Marx was a genius, but Marxism nevertheless failed.
200 years of Karl Marx: some facts that explain why the German thinker still fascinates people all over the world today.
The German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) provides yearly post-graduate scholarship opportunities to students from developing countries who wish to continue their research in Germany.
How Martin Luther and the Reformation have continued to influence German society until the present.