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Priority to cyclists

Innovative technologies have the potential to make cycling safer, more attractive and more comfortable. Oldenburg business informatics researchers are…

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Dancing Electrons

In a new laboratory on the university’s Wechloy Campus, Oldenburg physicists are studying the movements of electrons inside atoms. The research…

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Music for all

Helping people with impaired hearing to enjoy music more is the long-term goal of Oldenburg hearing researcher Kai Siedenburg. His outstanding…

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Versatile and cooperative

Around 100 experts from all over the world gathered at the "Marine Microbiota" symposium in Oldenburg at the end of August. Here, the host of the…

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On the sound of fans

When does the whirring of fans sound pleasant? Two hearing researchers from Oldenburg are tracking the acoustic quality of ventilation.

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University renews cooperation agreement with Groningen

The successful collaboration at the European Medical School Oldenburg-Groningen is going to be expanded. The cooperation agreement was signed…

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Plasmonic nanofocusing spectroscopy

By Christoph Lienau. We discuss the story behind our recent Nature Nano paper introducing plasmonic nanofocusing as a powerful technique for…

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Ecosystems in the Anthropocene

Scientists from Oldenburg and Bremen have shown that the associations of marine plankton in the present are markedly different from those of…

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Expanding the horizon

Urologists from the Klinikum Oldenburg and scientists from the Faculty of Medicine are conducting joint research in the field of prostate cancer –…

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How intoxicants have changed Europe

How did tobacco, tea, caffeine, sugar, chocolate and opium transform life in northern Europe's port cities from the 17th century onwards? Historians…

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