Location: Potsdam - Brandenburg
A team of researchers from the University of Potsdam and the Helmholtz-Zentrum Berlin (HZB) has developed a measuring method to analyze soil samples with neutrons and X-rays and create 3D tomographies from them: This makes it possible for the first time to precisely localize microplastics in the soil.
Carbon neutral fuels? Artificial Photosynthesis as future technology? All possible, as shown by the research of Stefano Mazzanti.
Invasive animal and plant species are a challenge for biodiversity all over the world. To better understand the actual expansion processes during a biological invasion, researchers at the University of Potsdam and Trinity College Dublin investigated an ongoing invasion.
On a global scale, vegetation is being impacted by climate change, as confirmed by a study of the Potsdam geoscientist Dr. Taylor Smith and his collaborator Prof. Niklas Boers from the Technical University of Munich and Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research.
Worldwide COVID-19 lockdowns provided a unique opportunity to study the effects of an abrupt change in human presence on wildlife.
Invasive animal and plant species are affecting biodiversity worldwide. To better understand the specific dispersal processes during a biological invasion, researchers from the University of Potsdam and Trinity College Dublin studied an acute invasion.
There will be a new treatment option for people suffering from mild to moderate depression in the future.
The search for and rescue of boats transporting migrants across the central Mediterranean Sea does not seem to have any influence on the number of people starting the risky journey.