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 InnoHealth Australia 2017-2019

InnoHealth Australia 2017-2019

InnoHealth Australia is the actual 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

Postdoctoral Scholarships of the Daimler and Benz Foundation

Postdoctoral Scholarships of the Daimler and Benz Foundation

The Daimler and Benz Foundation runs a scholarship programme to support postdoctoral researchers, assistant professors and the leaders of young research groups. Applications can be submitted from now until 1 October 2017. More Postdoctoral Scholarships of the Daimler and Benz Foundation

Mining

Mining

Treasures lie buried underground all over the world. Silver, gold and platinum are probably the best-known, not to mention three of the most valuable. It is the job of the mining industry to retrieve them from the depths of the earth and bring them to the surface, but how can mining be made as efficient and environmentally friendly as possible in future? Which innovative technologies might be used to this end? Numerous researchers in Germany are exploring these and other questions. In this edition we present some exciting projects. You can also read why an Italian neurophysiologist conducts his research in Germany, find out how it is that our meals may come out of food printers in future, learn about current funding programmes and discover our number of the month. Newsletter: July 2017 Mining

German Chancellor Fellowship for tomorrow’s leaders

German Chancellor Fellowship for tomorrow’s leaders

Through its German Chancellor Fellowship, the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation supports prospective leaders wishing to spend a year in Germany seeking new answers to global questions. Applications can be submitted from now until 15 September 2017. More German Chancellor Fellowship for tomorrow’s leaders

Research opportunities for international neurophysiologists

Research opportunities for international neurophysiologists

Dr Matteo Bergami from Italy runs his own research group at the University of Cologne. Together with his colleagues, he is researching the relationship between the human ageing process and malfunctions in the brain. In our interview, he told us what he appreciates about his scientific work, and why he chose to do his research in Germany. More Research opportunities for international neurophysiologists

New sources of raw materials in nature

New sources of raw materials in nature

Without mineral resources, hardly any of our numerous digital innovations would have been possible. But what should be done when raw materials become scarce? Two exciting research projects are looking for alternative sources: in plants and in the oceans. More New sources of raw materials in nature