Mannheim scholars explore the impact of smart cities and AI on urban life and social inequality in practical use cases.
As part of the "Munich Quantum Valley", the first German quantum computer is to be developed in Munich in cooperation between science and universities.
Vacuum’s empty, isn’t it? Or is it not? At least not for quantum physicists. Because they assume that even here, particles and anti-particles fluctuate. So […]
Today, depression is one of the most common mental illnesses, which can already begin in childhood and adolescence and can lead to severe psychosocial disturbance […]
People who have suffered a stroke or traumatic brain injury usually have to re-learn a lot – walking, writing, understanding, controlling their limbs, and speaking. […]
Nausea, vomiting, lightheadedness, headaches, memory loss, dizziness and balance disorders up to unconsciousness are the first signs of a concussion. Many people who have suffered […]
Dementia – the still incurable, continuous deterioration of the brain due to the death of brain cells – is associated with the loss of memory […]
It almost sounds like a utopia: When a molecular motor can be operated with just light, regardless of the ambient temperature. But beware, anyone who […]
German astronaut Alexander Gerst has been on the International Space Station ISS since June 8, 2018, and should have returned on December 13th. However, he […]
What is the best way to increase your thinking power? Simply by running or cycling. This is the result of a recent study by the […]
LMU Munich is once again among the top-ranked EU universities in the prestigious Times Higher Education (THE) World University Rankings 2019, with a ranking of […]
It doesn’t just depend on what someone says, but how they say it. This is not only true for our daily dealings with our fellow […]
The Technical University of Munich (TUM) has earned excellent evaluations in two international rankings, both published today: In the “QS World University Ranking” TUM is […]
TU Munich has regained some places in the annual QS World University Rankings. For the 2019 list, TUM ended 61st, one spot aboveLudwig-Maximilians-Universität München. For […]