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    Centre of Excellence for Medical Research on Infectious Diseases

    As the mobility of the world’s population is increasing, the globalisation of knowledge about infectious diseases is constantly growing as well.  A BMBF funded Vietnamese-German centre of excellence conducts medical research in this area, both in Vietnam and the ASEAN region.

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  • Wissenschaftlerin beim Aufbau einer Redox-Flow-Batterie im Labor

    Efficient storage of renewable energies

    Efficient and cost-effective storage systems are key to the sustainable expansion of renewable energy. A BMBF funded German-Australian project develops electrochemical technologies to store renewable energies.

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  • Biodiveritätsforschung in Vietnam © Museum für Naturkunde /  Bernhard Schurian

    Innovative approaches to biodiversity discovery and characterisation

    Biodiversity-hotspots are mostly found in developing and emerging countries within the tropical and subtropical zone. Our knowledge about the species richness of those countries is still sketchy to date. A BMBF funded project trains young Vietnamese scientists in innovative approaches to biodiversity discovery and characterisation.

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  • Gruppenbild mit Teilnehmberinnen und Teilnehmern der Eval-Science Abschlusskonferenz in Kiew im Juni 2018

    Science evaluation in Ukraine

    The BMBF funded 'Eval Science' project brought together researchers from the University of Bremen and from the Institute of Economics of the Ukrainian Academy of Sciences to develop a new methodology for the evaluation of science organisations in Ukraine. The project used quantitative and qualitative empirical approaches based on the previous experience of the Leibniz Association.

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German Science Day in Vietnam 2019 © Pham, Duc Hiep

3rd German Science Day in Vietnam: hands-on environment and development solutions

On 30 October 2019, a German Science Day took place in Hanoi, Vietnam. The third event in this format was opened by Ambassador Dr. Hildner, Deputy Minister Prof. Duy in the Ministry of Science and Technology (MOST) and BMBF Head of Unit Kathrin Meyer. The event brought together more than 200 listeners from universities, research institutes and companies from both countries for a lively professional exchange.


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Teilnehmerinnen und Teilnehmer der Altlantic Sync Koneferenz 2019

Transatlantic Sync 2019 © DLR / Marianne Vaske

German and US researchers come together in Silicon Valley to network on attractive work models for the future

Ten German research networks in the international research marketing campaign 'The Future of Work', launched by the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF) in May 2019, reached out to partners for joint R&D projects in the area of Work 4.0 at the Transatlantic Sync conference held in Silicon Valley from 27 to 29 October 2019.


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