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People in Motion - Saskia Oidtmann researches dance as improvisation and choreography

Four narrow, vertical lines appear in the distance on the runway of Tempelhof airport. They approach slowly. Four people come into view, walking in-step in slow motion. They lie down, roll onto their backs, slowly stand back up,...
26. Apr 2016
Four narrow, vertical lines appear in the distance on the runway of Tempelhof airport. They approach slowly. Four people come into view, walking in-step in slow motion. They lie down, roll onto their backs, slowly stand more ...
Prof. Bryan S. Turner. Photo: Karla Fritze.

A Commuter between Cultures – 2015 Max Planck Research Award recipient Prof. Bryan S. Turner to research in Potsdam

On a proposal of the University of Potsdam, the 2015 Max Planck Research Award, one of the most highly endowed and prestigious academic prizes in Germany, has been awarded to internationally renowned social scientist Bryan S....
18. Apr 2016
On a proposal of the University of Potsdam, the 2015 Max Planck Research Award, one of the most highly endowed and prestigious academic prizes in Germany, has been awarded to internationally renowned social scientist more ...

A Seemingly Simple Idea – Dr. Ewald Weber researches feral plants

Enjoying nature, rejoicing in flowers, trees, and plants is a need for many people. This is why botanical gardens attract so many visitors and are a popular excursion destination. In Germany alone there are about 70. They are...
12. Apr 2016
Enjoying nature, rejoicing in flowers, trees, and plants is a need for many people. This is why botanical gardens attract so many visitors and are a popular excursion destination. In Germany alone there are about 70. more ...

Rapid Bloomers of Evolution – Humboldt Research Fellow Dr. Luis Valente Researches Biodiversity on Islands

Darwin’s finches – whose discoverer and namesake Charles Darwin founded evolutionary theory – are among the best-known animals in the world. They live on the Galapagos Islands, an archipelago in the Pacific Ocean, about 1.000...
06. Apr 2016
Darwin’s finches – whose discoverer and namesake Charles Darwin founded evolutionary theory – are among the best-known animals in the world. They live on the Galapagos Islands, an archipelago in the Pacific Ocean, about more ...

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