Historical photograph of men standing by a cannon located in a trench.
Event report May. 08, 2017

Herrenhausen Symposium "The Long End of the First World War: Ruptures, Continuities and Memories"

The Herrenhausen Symposium "The Long End of the First World War: Ruptures, Continuities and Memories" questioned the idea of a static and clearly defined "end" of the War.

News Mar. 21, 2017

UNLEASH Innovation Lab 2017: Volkswagen Foundation Supports Junior Scientists

Apply now: From August 13 to 21, 2017, the UNLEASH initiative brings together young talents from science, technology and business who are working on topics related to the SDGs of the United Nations. The Volkswagen Foundation is a partner of the initiative and supports young researchers who are funded by the Foundation.

News Mar. 01, 2017

A dwarf crocodile from the Harz mountains: Fossils suggest a new genus

Researchers from the Landesmuseum Hannover and the Museum für Naturkunde Berlin have described a new genus and species among the ancestors of modern crocodiles. Knoetschkesuchus lived on an island in the Jurassic sea in the Harz foothills in Germany.

News Feb. 22, 2017

A Network for Health – Ghanaian Scientist Talks with Merkel about Neglected Tropical Diseases

Dr. John Amuasi, the first director of the African Research Network on Neglected Tropical Diseases, is attending the "International German Forum" today and talks to the Chancellor about his research and the challenges Africa faces in dealing with neglected tropical diseases.

News Sep. 09, 2016

Hague Club Meeting in Hanover

From 8th to 11th of September 2016, the heads of some of the largest foundations in Europe, the Hague Club, are convening in Hanover for their annual meeting.

News Jul. 22, 2016

Innovative concrete and cement construction - support for young academics in Africa

Young African researchers met with international experts in Accra, Ghana, at the second KEYS symposium to enhance their skills in the field of cement and concrete construction technology.