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University of Freiburg researchers transcend the traditional boundaries between the disciplines, working together to advance scientific knowledge and work out solutions to the great challenges of the future.

 

Blueprint for sustainable mobility development

Study results of the research project SuMo-Rhine provide impetus for the traffic watershed in the trinational Upper Rhine region

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How past societies adapted to climatic changes

Researchers reveals five resilience pathways of pre-modern populations - and what can be learned from them.

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The last virgin forests in Europe

A new study illustrates how much areas in Romania are threatened by deforestation

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Learning from Bark Beetles

Freiburg ecologists hope the ambrosia beetle will provide helpful insights for agriculture and pesticide management

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Towards the Sun

Freiburg biologist studies how plants transmit signals when exposed to light

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“Like Specters in the Present Age”

For Freiburg researchers the philosopher Friedrich Nietzsche is the link between joint projects that cover a more than 200 years’ long history of ideas

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A Kaleidoscopic View of Corona

In the video podcast “A Kaleidoscopic View of Corona,” Freiburg researchers shed light on various aspects of the pandemic

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Green Hydrogen

Severin Vierrath and his team develop a new process of electrolysis as well as new materials for fuel cells

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Hearing thanks to light stimulation

Freiburg researchers develop new cochlear implant that processes acoustic stimuli using micro-LEDs in the cochlea

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