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Working for cultural transformation

Climate Protection Manager Anna Krämer is committed to achieving climate neutrality at the University of Oldenburg. In this interview, she talks about…

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Top News Health Services Research

Different systems with similar problems

Researchers at the Cross-border institute of healthcare systems and prevention (CBI) are not only studying the healthcare systems in Germany and the…

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Hearing Research Excellence Strategy Research Top News Medical Physics and Acoustics

A room without echoes

The door of the Anoechoic Lab on Wechloy Campus opens onto a world of silence. The key feature of the recently renovated acoustics lab is its huge…

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Astronomy Top News

Protecting the darkness

The dark time of year has begun. However, where is it still really dark? An international research project including Oldenburg researchers is setting…

Portrait photo of Esra Yasin, Bachelor student at the University of Oldenburg.
Campus Life Landingpage [Entdecken] Persönliches

A new start in Oldenburg

Around 1,900 students started their studies this autumn – many with the goal of becoming a teacher. What most of them take for granted is special for…

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Research Top News Computing Science

Using AI to operate critical infrastructure autonomously

Developing an interdisciplinary approach to using artificial intelligence methods for the secure operation of critical infrastructure systems is the…

Top News Study Affairs

New faces on campus

"Celebrating the start of your studies here and now, together and in-person, means a lot to our university and to me personally.” With these words,…

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Research Top News Music

The positive effects of music

Can music improve the quality of life of people with disorders of consciousness? In her doctoral thesis, cognitive linguist Teresa Grimm examined this…

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Research Top News Marine Sciences

Unlocking the secrets of glacier flour

Glacial meltwater carries thousands of tiny rock fragments into the sea. Using a special camera, researchers at the University of Oldenburg can make…

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Top News

How the university deals with the energy crisis

The energy crisis also affects our university. The ultimate aim is to ensure continued in person teaching. What is the overall situation? What is the…

Schülerinnen und Schüler in einem Klassenzimmer. Die Kinder sitzen auf braunen Stühlen und wenden der Kamera dem Rücken zu. Neben einem Schüler kniet die Lehrerin, um etwas zu erklären.
Campus Life International affairs

Studying internationally and interculturally

Making teacher training more international and enabling future teachers to approach the issue of cultural diversity in the classroom is at the heart…

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Top News Economics International affairs

Reforestation for climate protection in Tanzania

Counteracting deforestation in Tanzania and mitigating potential climate risks is the goal of a new project led by ecological economist Bernd…

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Top News History

Integration figure in turbulent times?

When his namesake predecessor held the throne, England seemed "turn’d upside down" - Charles III also enters his reign in turbulent times. Historian…

Research Top News Computing Science

Tricking neural networks

Can artificial intelligence (AI) methods reliably detect child pornography images on user devices? A study in which Oldenburg computer scientist…

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Research Top News Physics

Optimizing wind flow simulations

Improved computer models are needed to build larger wind turbines and to manage wind farms more efficiently. A new research project led by wind…

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Research Top News Environmental Sciences Marine Sciences

Safe havens for cooperation

How do networks with a high degree of cooperation form? A study by team led by Oldenburg network researcher Thilo Gross in the journal PNAS gives a…

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Excellence Strategy Research Top News Biology

The sixth sense

Many animals use the Earth's magnetic field for orientation. But exactly how they do this remains for the most part a mystery. In the Collaborative…

Campus Life Marine Sciences

University by the sea

Wilhelmshaven is home to a part of the university: the Institute of Chemistry and Biology of the Marine Environment (ICBM) has a location near the…

Campus Life International affairs

Training Iraqi teachers for special needs education

Anchoring special needs and inclusive education in teacher training programmes at Iraqi universities: this is the goal of a cooperation project led by…

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Research Top News Environmental Sciences

Natural clean-up

A study of 29 European lakes has found that some naturally-occurring lake bacteria grow faster and more efficiently on the remains of plastic bags…

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