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April 2020 – Newsletter "Research in Germany"

Universities of applied sciences – driving innovation at the local level

Dear {NAME[std:Reader]},

get to know Germany’s universities of applied science who are a driving force of innovation at local and regional level. In this issue, you can also discover a research project that raises awareness about mental health at higher education institutions, read career stories of AI researchers in Germany, find out why scientists put tiny hats on fish and learn about the future of industrial production.

 
 

In focus: Universities of applied sciences

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Applied sciences – driving innovation at the local level

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"Mental high" to reduce suicide rate in Southeast Asia

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“Doing research at a university of applied sciences is exciting”

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Career & funding

 
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Career stories in Germany's AI scene

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Current calls


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Helmholtz International Fellow Award

Applications can be submitted at any time and are processed twice per year. Applications that are received by 30 April 2020 will be considered in the next selection meeting on 16 June 2020.


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PhD scholarships from the Wüstenrot Stiftung

The next closing date for applications is 1 May 2020.


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Green Talents Competition 2020

The next application period will be from 7 April until 19 May 2020.


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Doctoral scholarships from the German Academic Scholarship Foundation

Applications can be submitted at any time.


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Science Curiosities

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Fish with tiny hats

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Just asking...

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Dr Wilhelm, what is the future of industrial production?

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Upcoming events


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How to apply for a PhD in Germany – online course

Learning time: 6-9 hours. Register now! The course will be online until 30 April.


 
 
 

Get updates

Get updates about research career options and funding opportunities in Germany, the latest research news, interesting research projects and upcoming events.

 
 
Editors

German Academic Exchange Service – DAAD

Section K22 – International Research Marketing

Dr Georg Krawietz

Kennedyallee 50, 53175 Bonn

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Final editing and translation

FAZIT Communication GmbH

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Publisher

Federal Ministry of Education and Research

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