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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… more
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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… more
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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… more
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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… more
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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. more
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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… more
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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… more
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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… more
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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 –… more
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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… more
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Learning from the Netherlands

What can be done to fight multidrug-resistant germs in German hospitals? A Dutch-German team led by medical microbiologist Alexander Friedrichs is… more
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When the North Sea's circulation is reversed

Participation of members of the public in a citizen science project helped uncover unusual current conditions in spring 2018. more
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Well-Organized Healthcare

The results of a medical procedure do not only depend on the doctors’ skills, but also on the organization of their working environment. Oldenburg… more
Campus Life

From all over the world to Oldenburg

They come from Asia, Africa and Latin America: 23 young higher education managers are currently participating in the advanced training programme… more
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The Essence of the Oceans

Oldenburg geochemist Katharina Pahnke-May is studying the precise distribution of various metals dissolved in the waters of the world’s oceans. They… more
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Migration is the topic of our times

It has happened millions of times since time immemorial: men, women and children leave their home countries in search of a better life. Launched in… more
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Real University Life

Why do nearly one in three students in Germany drop out of higher education? The reasons can be manifold but there has been little systematic research… more
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Stories about science

Literary fiction can open up new perspectives on scientific research. The Anglicist Anton Kirchhofer examines how novels are overriding stereotypes… more
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Seeds for the Future

Stefanie Sievers-Glotzbach researches how commons-based rights on seeds and plant varieties can make plant cultivation more socially and ecologically… more
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Targeting plastic waste

Every year around ten million tonnes of plastic waste end up in the oceans. Soon it could be possible to monitor the precise location of the debris… more
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