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ACP laboratories are taking actions for a certificate on sustainable science.
My Green Lab
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Friedrich Schiller University Jena performs excellently in the Studycheck Ranking 2023
Students are welcome at the University of Jena.
Image: Anne Günther (University of Jena)
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Jena, Germany | May 11-13, 2023
Banner Molecular Plasmonics 2023
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The Foundation Innovation in University Teaching is once again calling for applications for 'Free Space' for openness and creativity in teaching.
Ausschreibungsbild der Förderung Freiraum 2023
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Mr. Uday Chandrashekara – Master graduate of the Abbe School of Photonics and now researcher at Fraunhofer IOF – was awarded for his master thesis.
Quantum Future Award 2022
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New EU Twinning project "BioQuantSense" on quantum biophotonics launched in November 2022.
Kickoff meeting of the EU twinning project BioQantSense 2022 in Belgrade, Serbia.
Image: Institute of Physics Belgrade
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Prof. Dr Hartmut Rosa from the University of Jena receives Germany's most prestigious research award
The sociologist Prof. Hartmut Rosa receives the Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz Prize 2023.
Image: Anne Günther (University of Jena)
Joint achievement of the university awarded
Prof. Walter Rosenthal is "University Manager of the Year 2022".
Image: Jens Meyer (University of Jena)
Communications and Marketing of the University of Jena exemplary in the DACH region
Katja Bär is "Research Spokesperson of the Year 2022".
Image: Jens Meyer (University of Jena)
University President Walter Rosenthal reacts to the "gender dispense" of the Thuringian state parliament
Gender equality also in language remains the university's goal.
Image: Anne Günther & Jens Meyer/Universität Jena
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Physicists at Friedrich Schiller University together with European colleagues find a solution for the controllable separation of the undesired bonding between nano-components
Dr Falko Schmidt uses a heatable microscope lens to separate nano components from one another.
Image: Anne Günther (University of Jena)