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Number of the Month: 51 countries

Number of the Month: 51 countries

The world is more interlinked than ever before in terms of commodity flows and logistics, and this is increasingly noticeable in research, too, with many companies conducting their research all over the world. Companies from 51 countries pursue research activities in Germany. More Number of the Month: 51 countries

Josef G. Knoll European Science Award

Josef G. Knoll European Science Award

Through its Josef G. Knoll European Science Award, the Foundation fiat panis supports young researchers who make a contribution to reducing hunger in developing countries. The next closing date for applications is 30 April 2016. More Josef G. Knoll European Science Award

The working world of the future

The working world of the future

Work accounts for a major part of our lives, which is just one reason why it is important for us to feel happy in our jobs. But what exactly will work be like in the future? In this edition we present scientists in Germany who are researching the subject of “work in the future”. You can also learn about current funding programmes and discover when we can finally expect robots to do the housework for us. Newsletter: February 2016 The working world of the future

“There are many exciting and fascinating opportunities in Germany”

“There are many exciting and fascinating opportunities in Germany”

Digitization is changing the face of politics, be it in the area of e-government or espionage conducted by digital means. PhD student Sylvio Henrique Neto from Brazil is exploring the precise relationship between politics and information technology. He explains in our interview what he finds so fascinating about this subject and why he is currently conducting his research in Germany. More “There are many exciting and fascinating opportunities in Germany”

Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung: Scholarships for foreign PhD students

Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung: Scholarships for foreign PhD students

The Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung provides funding for young researchers from abroad who are working towards a PhD at a German university (students of medicine are not eligible). Applications can be submitted at any time. More Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung: Scholarships for foreign PhD students

Humboldt Research Fellowship for Postdoctoral Researchers

Humboldt Research Fellowship for Postdoctoral Researchers

The Alexander von Humboldt Foundation supports postdocs wishing to pursue a research project at a research institution in Germany. Applications can be submitted at any time. More Humboldt Research Fellowship for Postdoctoral Researchers