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 InnoHealth Australia 2017-2019

InnoHealth Australia 2017-2019

InnoHealth Australia is the current initiative as constituent part of the collaborative project "International Research Marketing" for the period of 2017-2019 powered by Fraunhofer-Gesellschaft. More InnoHealth Australia 2017-2019

New videos about doing a PhD in Germany

New videos about doing a PhD in Germany

What are the benefits of doing your PhD in Germany? And how does it work? Our new animated videos tell you why Germany is a great destination for your doctoral studies and explain the two different ways to your PhD in Germany. More New videos about doing a PhD in Germany

Georg Forster Research Fellowship for postdoctoral students

Georg Forster Research Fellowship for postdoctoral students

Through its Georg Forster Research Fellowships, the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation provides funding for highly-qualified postdoctoral students in all disciplines from developing countries and emerging economies. Applications can be submitted at any time. More Georg Forster Research Fellowship for postdoctoral students

More fun driving and cleaner air in China’s megacities

More fun driving and cleaner air in China’s megacities

Last year, many millions of Chinese fulfilled their dream of owning their own car. But their driving experience is hampered by congested roads in the metropolises. German researchers of the DLR Institute of Transportation Systems were able to demonstrate in the megacity Huainan how their digital tools can be used to prevent traffic jams and accidents and to significantly reduce air pollution. They are now offering to get traffic moving again in other cities in China. More More fun driving and cleaner air in China’s megacities

Number of the Month: 10,000

Number of the Month: 10,000

Breathe in deeply, and then out again! That’s how simple a test for lung cancer might soon be. Researchers from Bad Nauheim have developed a new early detection method that analyses the air we exhale. More Number of the Month: 10,000

Shaping the Future – Building the City of Tomorrow

Shaping the Future – Building the City of Tomorrow

City life is often colourful, loud and fascinating – and attracts more and more people. The populations of the world’s megacities will increase by more than a billion people in the next ten years. German city researchers are nevertheless optimistic: Their new digital technologies and management strategies promise more relaxation, safety, health and well-being in our cities. Find out about international pilot projects being implemented as part of the campaign “Shaping the Future – Building the City of Tomorrow” by the Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF). You can also read why a PhD in Germany is a really good idea, learn about current funding programmes and discover our number of the month. Newsletter: September 2017 Shaping the Future – Building the City of Tomorrow