Research in Germany
15-19 June 2020
Interested in a research career in Germany? Join „Research in Germany“-Webinar Series for first-hand information from the experts.
On 22 May, the heads of the U15 and the Russell Group university alliances published an open letter to address the future of international research cooperation between Germany and the UK.
Here is an interview with DAAD General Secretary Dr Dorothea Rüland from the interview series #LektionenAusCorona by the Wissenschaftsrat.
Virtual Panel Discussion
DAAD Alumnus Dr Peter Schniering and founder of the think tank Future Cleantech Architects is hosting a digital panel discussion on energy technologies to tackle climate change.
Studies & Forecasts
The DAAD wants to provide a comprehensive overview of the current state of COVID-19 research and expertise in the field of international higher education.
We know that the Coronavirus is on your mind these days, as well as it is on ours. We have summarised the most important facts for you.
In an interview for the German SPIEGEL, we hear from Professor Chris Clark, who places Corona in its historical context by looking at past plagues and epidemics and the ways in which humans encountered and overcame them.
The DAAD is part of this new social media campaign involving students, academics and all staff from UK universities, students unions and pathway providers.
Read an interview with DAAD Vice President and President of the Technische Hochschule Lübeck Dr Muriel Kim Helbig about research at UAS.
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