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The German Research and Innovation Forum Tokyo (DWIH Tokyo) acts as an umbrella for German scientific and research interests in Japan. Its aim is to present German research organisations and innovative companies in a concerted effort, thereby strengthening scientific and economic cooperation with Japanese partners.
The MAIUS 1 (Matter-Wave Interferometry in Microgravity) experiment could be described as one of the most complex experiment ever flown on a sounding rocket. MAIUS 1 was launched at 03:30 Central European Time (CET) on... read more
2017/02/16 Germany's Energy Efficiency Drive Accelerates － State bank figures show large increase in energy efficiency fundingGermany's state development bank has recorded a strong 2016 in terms of funding promotion for domestic projects, particularly noting the uptick in demand for domestic energy efficiency projects. The environment and... read more
The Helmholtz Zentrum München has been working with the company SIRION Biotech GmbH to optimize gene therapy applications since 2010. The new method of lentiviral transduction enhancement allows an efficient change of... read more
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Over 300 Links to German R&D Websites in Germany
Search over 300 annotated links to important research and science websites in Germany by different categories and find relevant websites for your enquiries.
Research in Germany
The "Research in Germany" portal provides an overview of the research and funding opportunities in Germany. It also delivers the latest science and research news from Germany and upcoming events.
The "Research Explorer" contains over 19,000 institutes at German universities and non-university research institutions, searchable by geographic location, subject and other structural criteria.
Higher Education Compass
The "Higher Education Compass" provides extensive information on Germany's higher education institutions, on the range of studies and programmes that they offer, on who to contact locally, and on who the higher education institutions cooperate with around the world.