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Hamburg Institute for Advanced Study launches - up to 25 research fellows expected

A total of 25 outstanding researchers from a wide range of disciplines are expected to join the new Hamburg Institute for Advanced Study or “Wissenschaftskolleg”. The aim is to create an …

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Four colleges approved - 50 new jobs for young academics

The Grants Committee of the German Research Foundation (DFG) has approved funding for four proposed graduate colleges at the University of Hamburg creating around 50 new positions for young academics. Th…

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Prof. Dr. Jutta Gärtner awarded EUR 100,000 in City Hall

The Academy of Sciences presented the Hamburg Science Prize 2019 to Prof. Dr. Jutta Gärtner Friday (November 8, 11.2019) in City Hall for her research into rare congenital neurometabolic diseases among children an…

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New innovation park in Nordheide to bring scientists and SMEs together

The Economic Development Corporation of the Harburg District (WLH) is planning a technology and innovation park (TIP) in Buchholz near the existing Vaenser Heide industrial estate. Around 900 knowledge-based w…

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Research into new ULTRASAT satellite planned - one of several projects

Closer co-operation on research projects in particle physics have been agreed during a trip by a delegation to Tel Aviv (September 3-6, 2019). Efforts will focus on e.g. the search for dark matter an…

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Acceptance of AI increasing - humanization rejected

Around 83 per cent of Germans over 58 per cent in 2018 can imagine communicating with artificial intelligence, according to a by Statista conducted on behalf of nextMedia.Hamburg and published in August. This…

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Hit blockchain applications on show at conference in Hamburg

The audience consisting mainly of men in dark suits were spellbound by the ecstatic blue shapes dancing to the beat of hammers and hip-hop sounds as performed by BitArt theatre in the Chamber of Commerce’s Alb…

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German government signs up to new marine research institution

The German government and the north German states signed Thursday (July 18, 2019) an agreement to set up the German Alliance for Marine Research (Deutschen Allianz Meeresforschung or DAM). A total of EUR 56.2…