The corona crisis is speeding up the European Green Deal. These German universities are training sought-after specialists.
Pakistani molecular biologist Asifa Akhtar, the new vice president of the Max Planck Society, has set priorities for her term in office.
Many German universities have recently taken in refugee students. A look at what has been achieved and current objectives.
Can video games address sensitive issues and increase our empathy? Games curator Mascha Tobe explains how games can be both serious and fun.
Learning vocabulary off by heart is so yesterday. Why language learning games are the best way to learn German and which apps we really recommend.
All over the world, scientists are working flat out to develop a vaccine for Covid-19. Germany is among the front runners with a number of projects.
Bioeconomy courses are among the most sought-after because they point the way to a sustainable economic system.
Topic of the week: Bioeconomy
The German government aspires to a sustainable market economy without the use of fossil fuels – and the Science Year 2020 aims to help achieve this goal.
Not everything that goes wrong turns out well in the end. But often it does: a Goethe-Institut portal gives examples of the innovative potential of mistakes.
Climate change and automation: challenges that also have an impact on the labour market. These degree programs prepare people to meet them.
People from all over the world give their answers – on the Goethe-Institut’s “Day-Afterthoughts” platform.