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Strong data, big challenges

Strong data, big challenges

Rector Hans-Jochen Schiewer presents the University of Freiburg’s current developments in the 2016-17 annual report.

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Funding for “Network Philology and School“

Funding for “Network Philology and School“

Stefan Seeber receives a senior fellowship from the Stifterverband and the Baden-Württemberg Foundation

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One million euros – twice!

One million euros – twice!

The Eva Mayr-Stihl Foundation funds research at the University of Freiburg’s Department of Sustainable Systems Engineering

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Prizes for the best business models

Prizes for the best business models

The Startinsland Business Plan Competition has awarded a total of 22,000 euros to nine start-up projects

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Species extinction destroys the ecosystem

Species extinction destroys the ecosystem

The “Jena Experiment“ from biodiversity research takes stock after 15 years

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Museum Studies for working people

Museum Studies for working people

“museOn – weiterbildung & netzwerk” presents its full spectrum of 40 courses.

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One million euros for intelligent networks

One million euros for intelligent networks

Press briefing to sign the funding agreement with the Eva Mayr-Stihl Foundation

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Matthias Meier receives Consolidator Grant

Matthias Meier receives Consolidator Grant

Freiburg biophysicist receives two million euros in financing from the European Research Council

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Understanding signaling pathways, fighting the spread of cancer

Understanding signaling pathways, fighting the spread of cancer

Collaborative Research Center at the University of Freiburg enters its third and final funding period

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Conservation of the Schlossberg inadequate

Conservation of the Schlossberg inadequate

Freiburg ecologists highlight the poor state of conservation of flora and fauna

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The main switch

The main switch

The three-dimensional folding of DNA provides important epigenetic mechanisms in the formation of cardiac muscle cells

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Climatic extremes triggered migration

Climatic extremes triggered migration

Freiburg researchers publish study into emigration from Southern Germany in the 19th Century

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Contactless charging systems

Contactless charging systems

The start-up Blue Inductive takes first place in CyberOne competition in the Industrial Technologies category

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Funding for 25 years

Funding for 25 years

Historical-critical edition of the works of jurist Hans Kelsens is adopted into Mainz Academy program

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How emotions influence our internal clock

How emotions influence our internal clock

Research team headed by Freiburg psychologist finds previously unknown effects

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Heroes must die

Heroes must die

A lecture series starting on 08.11.2017 illuminates the purpose and doubtful nature of heroic death

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Ions in the spotlight

Ions in the spotlight

Experiment by Freiburg physicists published in science journal

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Living equality and diversity

Living equality and diversity

The University of Freiburg is awarded the TOTAL E-QUALITY distinction for the third time

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More than 24,700 students

More than 24,700 students

University of Freiburg presents preliminary statistics for Winter Semester 2017/18

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