Here you will find current news on international activities of German actors in the fields of education, research and innovation.
Making the right choice for diagnosis and treatment - International research project gets EU-funding
The EU is making nearly one million euros available to an international research team, which is coordinated at the University of Augsburg. The aim is to develop a curriculum for students and teachers in the health sector that takes into account both...
University of Bayreuth launches joint digitization project with Ukrainian partner
The University of Bayreuth and the Ivan Franko National University of Lviv (Ukraine) are planning to work together closely to promote digitization in studies and teaching as well as in continuing education courses for lecturers. At the beginning of...
University of Freiburg and Arnold Bergstraesser Institute are founding the Africa Centre for Transregional Research
With research into Africa-related issues, exchanges with African researchers and joint publications, the Africa Centre for Transregional Research (ACT) will aim to help overcome global asymmetries of knowledge.
UK and German Researchers Join Forces to Support Research Innovation in the Arts and Humanities
UKRI’s Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC) and the Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (DFG, German Research Foundation) announced funding for 19 UK-German collaborative research projects under the first round of a new bilateral annual funding...
“Open countries have strong science”: Forum on the Internationalization of Sciences and Humanities in Berlin
The International Advisory Board of the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation met with science experts from Germany and abroad on two days in December to discuss the effects and potential of global networks.
Hand in Hand - European Networking Event of the Sino-German Innovation Platform
At the beginning of December an exchange between the expert group of the Sino-German Platform Innovation and European China experts took place in Berlin.
AI in Production – Project AIRPoRT promotes German-Japanese Innovations
Japan and Germany are struggling with similar problems: In the wake of demographic change, there is a shortage of skilled workers – and wage levels are very high. For this reason, the German Federal Ministry of Economics and Energy (BMWi) and the...
The Philipp Schwartz Initiative: Another 36 threatened scientists find refuge in Germany
The Alexander von Humboldt Foundation has selected the research institutions that will be participating in the sixth round of the Philipp Schwartz Initiative: With the help of this initiative, 30 institutions from throughout Germany will be able to...
Interdisciplinary EU consortium develops innovative model systems for the evaluation of immunomodulating therapeutics
The Fraunhofer Institute for Interfacial Engineering and Biotechnology IGB participates in the EU project imSAVAR to develop innovative model systems for the evaluation of immunomodulatory therapeutics. The project hopes to lay the foundations for...