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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

Research funding provided by the Reinhart Koselleck Projects of the German Research Foundation

Research funding provided by the Reinhart Koselleck Projects of the German Research Foundation

The Reinhart Koselleck Projects are a funding instrument of the German Research Foundation (DFG) and give outstanding researchers with a proven scientific track record the freedom to pursue innovative projects. Applications can be submitted at any time. More Research funding provided by the Reinhart Koselleck Projects of the German Research Foundation

Algorithms to combat hate speech online

Algorithms to combat hate speech online

It happens all the time: you are surfing the Internet and come across hate-filled comments. Hate speech is becoming an increasingly widespread phenomenon. A researcher from Halle in eastern Germany has developed a program designed to help better control the problem. More Algorithms to combat hate speech online

Research opportunities for international geoscientists

Research opportunities for international geoscientists

Fabrice Cotton from France is an earthquake specialist. His research helps assess the seismic hazard correctly when new houses are to be built. A professor of geophysics, he explains what prompted him to move from Grenoble to Potsdam. More Research opportunities for international geoscientists

Criminology

Criminology

We all have a basic need to feel safe, yet there can be no one hundred percent protection against crime. Nonetheless, more knowledge about the nature of criminality could help prevent offences from being committed. Scientists in Germany are therefore studying crime in more detail and developing preventive strategies. In this edition you can also read why a French geophysicist has come to Germany to research the risks posed by earthquakes, learn about current funding programmes and discover our number of the month. Newsletter: October 2017 Criminology