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  • SDG Ziel 11: Nachhaltige Städte und Gemeinden
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    Economic and Ethnic Segregation in Europe

    04.09.2024

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    Lecture

    In this Humboldt Cities Lecture Szymon Marcinczak will present findings from recent comparative studies on socioeconomic and ethnic segregation in European cities. Be there and join the discussion.

  • SDG Ziel 11: Nachhaltige Städte und Gemeinden
    People spread across a street scene in St. Petersburg, Russia
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    Participation in the post-political context

    03.07.2024

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    Lecture

    In this Humboldt Cities Lecture Oleg Pachenkov talks about participation in the post-political context and provides a comparison between St. Petersburg and Berlin. Be there and join the discussion.

  • Visualization of big data technology and complex data sets on the computer. Hands operate a laptop in the background.
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    What Advertising Data Tells Us About Society

    19.06.2024

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    Lab Talk

    In this Lab Talk, Alexander von Humboldt Professor Ingmar Weber explains how online data can be used to investigate social phenomena. Register now and join the discussion!

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  • SDG Ziel 15: Leben an Land
    Close-up of a young jaguar standing in shallow water in Pantanal Wetlands
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    Socio-economic shocks and their impacts on large carnivores

    22.05.2024

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    Virtual Coffee Break (recording)

    In this lecture, Humboldtian Ranjini Murali looks at socio-economic shocks and their impact on large carnivores in different regions worldwide. Watch the recording now!

  • SDG Ziel 11: Nachhaltige Städte und Gemeinden
    SDG Ziel 9: Industrie, Innovation und Infrastruktur
    Cyclist in rural Asia symbolizes sustainable transport in Indonesia
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    Is Sustainable Transport Knowledge Inclusive?

    In this presentation, Sukma Larastiti will look at and analyze the problem of knowledge inclusivity in the transport sector based on the case of Indonesia. #byalumniforalumni

  • SDG Ziel 7: Bezahlbare und saubere Energie
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    From Materials Synthesis to Solar Water Splitting

    17.04.2024

    Lab Talk (recording)

    Lab Talks bring current research 'from the lab to the web'. In this event, Mirabbos Hojamberdiev talks about perovskite BaTaO2N and the step from material synthesis to solar water splitting. #byalumniforalumni

  • SDG Ziel 4: Hochwertige Bildung
    Teacher with pupils in the school corridor, including a child with a disability
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    Inclusivity in Education for Children with Disabilities

    Virtual Coffee Break (recording)

    Susan Nasipwoni looks at how to create a more inclusive education for children with disabilities by breaking down barriers and creating inclusive learning environments. #byalumniforalumni

  • Woman sits at the computer and plans sustainable energy concepts (wind power and solar).
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    Clean Energy Puzzle: Solar and Storage Solutions

    Virtual Coffee Break (Recording)

    Veeresh Anehosur talks about the fascinating world of solar energy and its integration with energy storage systems (ESS, also known as batteries). #byalumniforalumni

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    COP28 — inclusive, transparent, pragmatic, results-oriented?

    Virtual Coffee Break (Recording)

    Ratna Priya Bysani reports on her participation in COP28 in her role as a scientific observer. She shares her impressions and experiences and give an assessment of the dialog and the main outcomes of the UN Climate Change Conference 2023 in Dubai. #byalumniforalumni

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    The Impact of Kratom Use

    Lab Talk (recording)

    During her talk, Zurina Hassan reports on the impact of Kratom use on abuse liability and cognitive function. #byalumniforalumni

  • SDG Ziel 2: Kein Hunger
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    Contribution of animal welfare to food security (Recording)

    Virtual Coffee Break (recording)

    Food security is a global problem. The introduction of appropriate animal welfare practices is one way to address this problem. Good husbandry conditions influence the production of animal products as well as their quality. In addition, the One Welfare concept recognizes the link between animal, human and environmental welfare. #byalumniforalumni

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    A Robotic Menagerie

    Virtual Coffee Break (recording)

    Rob Siddall uses his designs to show how robotics is trying to better understand animal locomotion in order to build better robots. He also discusses how linking biology and robotics can provide a fantastic entry point into science communication and engineering for young people interested in science. #byalumniforalumni

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    Can the forests still be saved?

    Recording of the Digital Fishbowl

    On the occasion of the International Day of Forests, German alumni and forest experts will discuss the global impact of the loss of forests on biodiversity and ecosystems. They share their knowledge on the topic, report on projects they are involved in and discuss ideas for solutions. #byalumniforalumni

  • Woman stands on a hill and looks at a metropolis
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    © GettyImages/AerialPerspective Works

    A personal journey of an interdisciplinary researcher

    Virtual Coffee Break (recording)

    In her report, Mennatullah Hendawy reflects on her career as an interdisciplinary researcher and the professional reorientations in the course of her academic career. #byalumniforalumni

  • SDG Ziel 14: Leben unter Wasser
    SDG Ziel 15: Leben an Land
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    © GettyImages/4FR

    Biodiversity and its potential for economic development

    Virtual Coffee Break (recording)

    Here you will learn how Indonesia, on the one hand of the most biologically resource-rich countries on earth and on the other hand a country where many biota are now threatened with extinction, is trying to halt and reverse biodiversity loss. #byalumniforalumni

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  • Young African-American student works with robotic arm project and virtual reality.
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    How artificial intelligence improves learning

    A learning revolution: many higher education institutions rely on AI to improve learning. Read on to discover the tools they use and their associated opportunities.

  • Clean hydrogen energy
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    © Gettyimages/Sakorn Sukkasemsakorn

    Green hydrogen – fellowships for a better future

    Researching green hydrogen with the DAAD’s ERA Fellowships. Three international fellows share their experiences.

  • Shelby Smith, a biology student
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    "I benefited a lot from my time in Germany"

    Gilman-DAAD Germany Scholarships enable US students from low-income families to spend short periods of time in Germany. Shelby Smith, a biology student from Kentucky, talks about the challenges of her first few weeks, the helpfulness of Germans and her new passion for intercultural exchange.