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It is best not to fly to conferences

It is best not to fly to conferences

The political scientist Sebastian Jäckle develops a climate-friendly concept for international conference tourism

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Exhibit on street art and artificial intelligence

Exhibit on street art and artificial intelligence

The project “City Wall Research” presents collective works from art and research

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Ensuring Future Viability

Ensuring Future Viability

Universities and universities of applied sciences in Baden-Württemberg make joint call for needs-based higher education funding

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Publicly traded company takes over “cytena”

Publicly traded company takes over “cytena”

Swedish enterprise “CELLINK” will pay 30.25 million euros for the University of Freiburg spin-off

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Optimal design of molecular systems

Optimal design of molecular systems

Sabine Richert receives 1.8 million euros within the Emmy Noether Programme of the German Research Foundation

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Grazing animals used in viticulture

Grazing animals used in viticulture

State Secretary Andre Baumann learns about the pilot project “Win-Win in the Winery (W3)”

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Combining Forces for Materials Research

Combining Forces for Materials Research

The University of Freiburg and Pennsylvania State University are investing one million US dollars in joint projects

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Transfer of Human Remains

Transfer of Human Remains

The freiburg-postkolonial.de project has given two skulls from the "Alexander-Ecker-Sammlung" (Alexander Ecker Collection) to the University of Freiburg

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Living Components

Living Components

Programmable structural dynamics successful for first time in self-organizing fiber structures

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Cultural Change as an Institutional Strategy

Cultural Change as an Institutional Strategy

The University of Freiburg sets its sights on the future following the decision in the “Universities of Excellence” funding line

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Decision in the Excellence Strategy

Decision in the Excellence Strategy

University of Freiburg invites media representatives to announcement of results with subsequent press conference on 19 July 2019

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The climate change archive

The climate change archive

Research team presents the first global analysis of cave drip water in Nature Communications

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The free spaces of others

The free spaces of others

Freiburg researchers created an interactive map for leisure sites

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Whetting an appetite for learning

Whetting an appetite for learning

Online registration for the vacation program at the Center for Key Qualifications starts on 10.07.2019.

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Holy Crocodiles

Holy Crocodiles

Sebastian Brackhane of the University of Freiburg has researched the cultural status of the reptiles in East Timor

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The preliminary election results are in

The preliminary election results are in

The University of Freiburg has selected its representatives in the senate and faculty councils

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European-wide campus for 270,000 students

European-wide campus for 270,000 students

The Consortium EPICUR wins the „European Universities Initiative“ from the European Union

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Help with a Big Decision

Help with a Big Decision

Potential students can learn about studying at the University of Freiburg from a range of advice services

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