The 5th annual Green Talents Competition is officially open. This autumn, 25 of the world's most promising researchers will be invited to Germany to take part in an international sustainability forum. Are you a "Green Talent"? Click here to apply.
What role can science play in sustainable development? A symposium in Berlin brought together experts from science, business and civil society to discuss different dimensions of sustainability in research and how to put these into practice.
Germany's success in manufacturing depends on industry's ability to control complex, collaborative processes. With project of the future "Industry 4.0," Germany's Federal Government has already sprung into action.
From 30 June to 5 July 2013, Nobel Laureates in the field of chemistry will gather at Lake Constance for the 63rd Lindau Meeting. The next generation of leading scientists from across the globe will have the unique chance to participate.
A mattress or refrigerator made of carbon dioxide? This could soon be possible - with the help of BMBF funding. In the end, it's not just about harmful emissions.
From a tenure track programme for young scientists to the largest EU research excellence award in history - the March 2013 issue of the Research in Germany Newsletter covers some of the latest developments in Germany's academic landscape.