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Dr. Aude Noiray. Photo: Karla Fritze.

LOLA is Researching – How ultrasound and video analysis advance language research

The astronaut buckles up and slides deeper into his pilot's chair; he’s ready. Then the rocket takes off. Earth slowly disappears while Mars gets bigger and Jupiter appears in the distance. The journey begins ... What sounds like...
26. Sep 2016
The astronaut buckles up and slides deeper into his pilot's chair; he’s ready. Then the rocket takes off. Earth slowly disappears while Mars gets bigger and Jupiter appears in the distance. The journey begins ... What more ...
Eating Right for a Long Life. Photo: Fotolia/Photographee.eu.

Eating Right for a Long Life - Joint project “NutriAct” explores nutrition and healthy aging

Too much fat, too much sugar, too much – the ingredients for obesity and diet-related disease are well known. What the head knows does not necessarily go into the belly. What we have learned and experienced has left its pattern...
19. Sep 2016
Too much fat, too much sugar, too much – the ingredients for obesity and diet-related disease are well known. What the head knows does not necessarily go into the belly. What we have learned and experienced has left its more ...
Dr. Jürgen Luh (SPSG) and Prof. Dr. Iwan-Michelangelo D‘Aprile. Photo: Karla Fritze.

The Versailles Model - With the Research Center Sanssouci, the Prussian Palaces and Gardens Foundation and the University of Potsdam have set their sights on international cooperation

In 2013, Sabine Kunst, who at the time was Minister for Science, Research, and Culture for the State of Brandenburg, returned from Versailles. There she had visited the “Centre de Recherche”, which is a research institute that...
12. Sep 2016
In 2013, Sabine Kunst, who at the time was Minister for Science, Research, and Culture for the State of Brandenburg, returned from Versailles. There she had visited the “Centre de Recherche”, which is a research more ...
Hare. Photo: Wiebke Ullmann

Movement in the Fields - Biologists research interactions between biodiversity and movement patterns

A good 50% of Germany’s land – about 18 million hectares – is used for agriculture. This land is subject to rhythms of plowing, sowing, harvesting, and grazing. The fields and pastures are home to both wild animals and plants....
05. Sep 2016
A good 50% of Germany’s land – about 18 million hectares – is used for agriculture. This land is subject to rhythms of plowing, sowing, harvesting, and grazing. The fields and pastures are home to both wild animals and more ...

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