The latest from science and research at Goethe University
The use of the element fluorine to modify active substances is an important tool in modern drug development. A team at Goethe University Frankfurt has now achieved an important “first”
In recognition of his accomplishments in the humanities and the social sciences, Mamadou Diawara has been elected a Fellow of the British Academy. Diawara is Professor for Social and Cultural
Global Study: Environmental students from poorer regions rate the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals as more important
Environmental students from countries with lower prosperity indicators rate the 17 Sustainable Development Goals of the United Nations as more important than environmental students from countries with higher prosperity indicators
“We never thought this could really happen!” Svitlana Potapenko is still stunned when she talks about 24 February 2022: the day Russia starts the war against Ukraine. On that day,
The Omicron variants BA.1 and BA.2 of the SARS-CoV-2 virus, which dominated from about December to April, can already circumvent after three months the protection against infection offered by vaccinations
Microbiologists at Goethe University Frankfurt, together with researchers from Marburg and Basel, have shed light on the structure of an enzyme that produces formic acid from molecular hydrogen (H2) and
Every three years, the International Society on General Relativity and Gravitation hand-picks a few extraordinary scientists as Fellows, among them such famous personalities as Stephen Hawking and Nobel-laureate Roger Penrose.
Researchers from University Hospital Frankfurt and Goethe University Frankfurt have unravelled how bacteria adhere to host cells and thus taken the first step towards developing a new class of antibiotics.
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The Goethe Research Academy for Early Career Researchers (GRADE) awards 15 starting scholarships for international doctoral candidates at Goethe University. The scholarships are funded by the Franz Adickes Stiftungsfonds. They
Funded by the Franz Adickes Stiftungsfonds, the Goethe Research Academy for Early Career Researchers (GRADE) financially supports 30 PhD candidates, postdocs and scientists in the R3 qualification phase with children
On Saturday, 2 July 2022, after a two year pause due to the corona pandemic, all international researchers and scholars at Goethe University had been invited by Goethe Welcome Centre
English-taught and research-based: the Comparative Democracy master’s degree programme will start in the winter semester. Professor Julian Garritzmann is clearly looking forward to the next winter semester: it will see
With the Focus Line A|B Goethe University is promoting early career researchers, up to six years after completion of their PhD, who are currently preparing their own independent grant proposal.
The Goethe Research Academy for Early Career Researchers (GRADE) awards four research assistantships to international doctoral candidates of Goethe University Frankfurt. The assistantships are sponsored by the STIBET program of
Professor Dr. Ingrid Fleming from the Center for Molecular Medicine at Goethe University Frankfurt receives the Ernst Jung Prize for Medicine 2022 for her research into the molecular causes of
This summer high profile speakers from different disciplines will reflect on Critical Computational Studies at Goethe-University. Prof. Dr. Waltemath (University of Greifswald), Professor of Medical Informatics, opens the series of