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Archive: News

Prof. Dr. Eva Kimminich. Photo: Thomas Roese.

Researching with All Senses – Eva Kimminich on rap, flow, and filter bubbles

The powerful and the marginalized, the masses and the elites, pop culture and high culture: Eva Kimminich is interested in cultural contrasts. As a cultural scientist and Romance philologist, she researches volatile phenomena of...
20. Dec 2017
The powerful and the marginalized, the masses and the elites, pop culture and high culture: Eva Kimminich is interested in cultural contrasts. As a cultural scientist and Romance philologist, she researches volatile more ...
Prof. Dr. Florian Weck. Photo: Thomas Roese.

Together Against Anxiety – Florian Weck researches excessive fear of disease and how to train good therapists

When does psychotherapy work and when does it not? What makes a good therapist? And how can their competencies be measured? These questions are on Florian Weck’s mind, and research has not yet found the answers. He wants to...
13. Dec 2017
When does psychotherapy work and when does it not? What makes a good therapist? And how can their competencies be measured? These questions are on Florian Weck’s mind, and research has not yet found the answers. He more ...

DIW and University of Potsdam publish study on minimum wage – In Germany, approximately 1.8 million workers eligible for the minimum wage are earning less

The introduction of the minimum wage in Germany led to significant increases in wages –– However, around seven percent of eligible workers earn less than minimum wage, with the marginally employed and employees at small...
06. Dec 2017
The introduction of the minimum wage in Germany led to significant increases in wages –– However, around seven percent of eligible workers earn less than minimum wage, with the marginally employed and employees at small more ...
Prof. Dr. Dirk Wagner. Photo: Karla Fritze.

Quite Warm, Quite Cold – Geomicrobiologist Dirk Wagner researches the smallest lifeforms in extreme environments

The Arctic, deserts, and volcanos: Life exists in very unexpected places – and on a surprising scale. Geomicrobiologist Prof. Dr. Dirk Wagner tracks down these lifeforms. He focuses on tiny organisms that are not only able to...
06. Dec 2017
The Arctic, deserts, and volcanos: Life exists in very unexpected places – and on a surprising scale. Geomicrobiologist Prof. Dr. Dirk Wagner tracks down these lifeforms. He focuses on tiny organisms that are not only more ...
Dr. Claudia Pacholski in the lab. Photo: Thomas Hölzel.

All about Chemistry – Heisenberg Fellow Dr. Claudia Pacholski is at home in many laboratories

She is active, goal-oriented, welcomes new challenges, and enjoys teaching and research. Food chemist Dr. Claudia Pacholski has been teaching and doing research at the University of Potsdam since 2014. Funding from a Heisenberg...
29. Nov 2017
She is active, goal-oriented, welcomes new challenges, and enjoys teaching and research. Food chemist Dr. Claudia Pacholski has been teaching and doing research at the University of Potsdam since 2014. Funding from a more ...

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