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Physics - Jul 29
Research Team Led by Freie Universität Designs New Materials. No 133/2020 from Jul 29, 2020 Scientists at Freie Universität Berlin, Universität Hamburg, and Universidade Federaldo Ceará in Brazil showed that crystals of tiny gold spheres bind light. The new material shows the strongest coupling to light reported so far.
Administration - Jul 29

The Berlin University Alliance and the University of Oxford are taking forward their research partnership with the establishment of a Centre for Advanced Studies

Event - Jul 20

Online Workshops on July 20 and 27, 2020 - In cooperation between the Columbia Global Center, Amman, Columbia University, New York, and Freie Universität Berlin

Economics - Jul 2
Economics

International group of researchers with members from Freie Universität Berlin describes the growth strategies of plant roots.

Environment - Jun 25
Environment

Scientists at Freie Universität Berlin are studying the effects of microplastics in the soil

Administration - Jun 19

Award from German government for FUBiS Online Program at Freie Universität Berlin. No 103/2020 from Jun 19, 2020 The academic FUBiS Online program of Freie Universität Berlin was recognized by the initiative Germany: Land of Ideas - Beyond Crisis .

Environment - Jul 29
Environment

New international research breaks ground for the next generation of biodiversity forecasts

Psychology - Jul 14

Psychological study shows connection between emotional arousal and assignment of sound sequences as well as associative meanings

Religions - Jul 1

Now accepting applications for the 2020/2021 winter semester. No 112/2020 from Jul 01, 2020 Starting winter semester 2020/2021, Freie Universität Berlin will be offering a new master's degree program in English that introduces students to interdisciplinary approaches to the study of the Near and Middle East.

Health - Jun 24
Health

Cooperation between scientists from the Max Planck Institute, University of Kentucky and Freie Universität Berlin

Astronomy - Jun 16

Scientists at Freie Universität Berlin publish two experimental studies in journal Astrobiology. No 101/2020 from Jun 16, 2020 Instruments on-board future space missions are capable of detecting amino acids, fatty acids, and peptides, and even identify ongoing biological processes on ocean moons in our Solar System.




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