Bias for wealthier countries

At the Paris climate summit in 2015, 196 parties agreed to take action on climate change. Who has reduced greenhouses gases and by how much is currently being investigated in […]

New Science Award for Romanticism Research

For the first time in 2021, innovative contributions to the study of Romanticism can be awarded the Goethe University’s Klaus Heyne-Award. The new award, endowed with 15,000 euros, is aimed […]

Scientists develop method to detect fake news

Social media is increasingly used to spread fake news. The same problem can be found on the capital market – criminals spread fake news about companies in order to manipulate […]

Current resolutions on working from home

On 19 January 2021, the German government and the federal states agreed on further measures to combat the coronavirus pandemic, which will also directly affect work at Goethe University. With […]

Passing the baton at Goethe University

The symbolic transfer of the Goethe University presidency from Professor Birgitta Wolff to Professor Enrico Schleiff took place during an online public university event on 17 December 2020. Schleiff was […]

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