Can you imagine living on another planet? In a few years’ time, that might be possible – given space researchers’ current spectacular experiments and discoveries. We present a number of exciting projects. Also in this issue: Nobel Prize winner Professor Stefan Hell explains how his revolutionary idea makes the tiniest of objects visible and tells us what he particularly likes about Germany as a place to do research. And we provide information on current funding programmes as well as giving an exciting answer to the question of what the world sounds like.
IN FOCUS: Space research
CAREER & FUNDING
Building international cooperation
The German Research Foundation (DFG) supports cooperation with international research partners. Applications can be submitted at any time.More
Science Tour 2016: City of the Future
What will the metropolises of the future look like? That’s the question numerous higher education institutions, research institutions and businesses in Germany are seeking to answer. You’re an international researcher and interested in exciting projects dealing with mobility and logistics in the city of the future? Then take part in the Science Tour 2016 organised by the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) and take a look at highly promising ideas and innovations in Germany! The deadline for applications is 25 September 2015.