The prestigious, international THE Young University Ranking of “Universities under 50” places the University of Bayreuth among the top 10 percent worldwide. This is further proof of its high academic reputation. THE Young University Ranking evaluates universities younger than 50 years in five categories: Teaching, Research, Impact of Research (citations), Internationality of Staff, Students and […]
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The Federal Institute for Drugs and Medical Devices (BfArM) has approved SmartDyeLivery GmbH’s entry into the clinical phase after reviewing the content of the application. Thus, for the first time, nanotransporters that are being developed for a specific therapy of septic liver failure can be tested on healthy subjects in a clinical setting. More information
How does the university of the future look like? The Friedrich Schiller University Jena has answered this question for itself and relies on European cooperation and innovation. It has been a member of the EC2U Alliance, which was founded as part of the European University Initiative 2020, from the very beginning. Their goal is to […]
Prof. Dr. Christoph Helbig, Chair of Ecological Resource Technology at the University of Bayreuth, is investigating framework conditions and measures for the circular economy on an international level in his latest project, using the example of electronics and electric vehicle batteries. The goal is to come up with concrete proposals for a more efficient and […]
Modern innovation laboratories for small and medium-sized enterprises in the region – with this, the project “TIHO – TechnologyImpactHubs Upper Franconia” aims to support the economy in learning about new and sustainable technologies and implementing them themselves. The Upper Franconia Foundation is funding this project of the Institute for Entrepreneurship & Innovation at the University […]
Sustainability is currently a highly important social topic. When talking about the climate crisis, global inequalities or access to education, sustainable thinking and acting seems to be the ubiquitous solution to the problems., Dr. Karsten Gäbler and Prof. Dr. Uwe Hoßfeld from the University of Jena focus on whether there is a magic formula behind […]
Friedrich Schiller University Jena and the Helmholtz-Zentrum Berlin (Helmholtz Centre for Materials and Energy, HZB) will jointly establish the “Helmholtz Institute for Polymers in Energy Applications” (HIPOLE) on 1 July 2023. The aim of HIPOLE is to develop sustainable polymer materials for energy technologies that can be rapidly brought into application, in particular polymer-based batteries […]
The combination of size, level of automation and flexibility of the new robotics platform at the Leibniz Institute for Natural Product Research and Infection Biology (Leibniz-HKI) makes it unique in Germany in the academic field. The highly modular system is used by the institute to accelerate the discovery of new antibiotics. It was established together […]
The new junior research group, funded by the Carl-Zeiss-Foundation starts its activities in Jena. The group is led by Dr. Kevin M. Jablonka and will focus on the design and discovery by digital approaches such as machine-learning. The group is currently looking for highly motivated PhD-researchers. More information
When light hits matter, the interactions depend primarily on the material and the intensity of the light source – a flashlight merely illuminates a stone, while a high-powered laser can burn a hole in it. Such interactions are well known and well described. However, a precise scientific description of the interaction has not yet been […]