When we buy something on the internet, we often enter into contracts that are hard to understand. This is exactly what Nicholas Mouttotos deals with at the University of Bremen.
Solveig Lena Hansen teaches public health ethics. Find out what it’s all about.
Those who are interested in climate change and wish to understand how algae in the oceans bonds with carbohydrates need to take a look at sugar.
Every smartphone is packed full with sensors. The computer scientist Tom Koller is investigating their potential for bouldering.
They are heterogeneous, not always easy to handle, and are increasing by the second: data. Without it there is no new knowledge.
"Facebook" becomes "Meta". This is a popular example of a new brand name. Why do companies rename themselves?
How useful is the implementation of technology and artificial intelligence in nursing? What is possible? What is difficult? Researchers from the Institute of Public Health and Nursing Research are working on finding answers.
Communication engineers from the University of Bremen are researching and developing new mobile network systems
They are meant to be increasingly powerful, more durable, and lighter. The next generation of batteries already function in the lab.
Legal scholars from the university are carrying out research in a complex field of law
How Does Citizen-Science Research Work in Social Sciences?
A new form of rule is emerging gradually, observes scholar Shalina Randeria.
They are the archives of the oceans. Corals are a great indicator of how much human activities affect our oceans.
Coral reefs are in danger around the world and the causes are diverse. However, there is hope.
The computer scientist Hendrik Heuer develops applications that can help with the understanding of complex texts
The academic mid-level sector in focus: René Böhme from the Institute for Labour and the Economy.
The academic mid-level sector in focus: Dr. Arundhati Joshi from the Institute for Biophysics
The scholar Jeff Bale will carry out teacher education research at the University of Bremen.
How have the climatic conditions in Central Europe and especially in the Rhineland region changed in the past 320,000 years? Sediment cores from the Rodderberg volcano crater provide interesting information.
The Heinz Maier Leibnitz Prize winner Julia Borst provides insights into her work and encourages the critical assessment of thought patterns.
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