How the world’s fourth-largest economy has grown its research scene.
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Career Guide: Germany
Germany is a world leader in scientific research and a top destination for individual researchers. Learn how the country is coupling its scientific work with ambitious manufacturing goals, how it’s becoming more diverse in a globalized research system, and how it’s becoming a powerhouse of renewable energy. See where you can fit in.
The country’s diverse academic landscape is defined by its applied and basic science institutes.
The country is using science for economic benefit.
Why Germany is becoming a career destination for many researchers.
DNA sequencing reveals the earliest recorded incidence of interbreeding between human ancestors.
Germany extended a de-facto invitation to refugees in 2015. Denise Hruby meets one of them.
Celina Love talks about her work as an activist in the scientific research hub of Dresden.
The country’s future-proofing programmes face profound challenges.
The programmes are spread over the globe.
The country is a world leader in scientific research, but falls behind when it comes to diversity in science.
Beate Schücking was re-elected to the position in 2017.
The country has been slow to welcome start-up science culture, but the scene looks set to take off.
How Markus Dahlem took advantage of a government stipend to build his migraine tracking app.
The University of Tübingen is already recognized as one of Europe’s finest. As of 2019, it is now also home to three Clusters of Excellence for research into tumours, infections and machine learning.
Unconventional, cutting-edge research at Technische Universität Dresden aims to solve some of our greatest scientific challenges. Discover how this University of Excellence has evolved into an attractive research hotspot.
The Technical University of Munich (TUM) is a beacon for talent and cultivates diversity.
RWTH Aachen University is one of Europe’s leading universities of technology. Its vision is to tackle today’s global challenges — starting with how to digitalize production engineering.
Few cities in the world unite sophisticated scientific opportunities with such a rich cultural life as the German capital.