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Get to know Japan as a research location

The Humboldt-Gesellschaft Japan supports stays for young researchers from Germany, hosted by academics in Japan. Collaborative partnerships in all disciplines can be funded.

Focus on equal opportunity and diversity

The Alexander von Humboldt Foundation will be expanding its involvement in matters pertaining to equity, equality of opportunity, and diversity in the science system.

“Safe haven for a new start”

Strengthening freedom of scientific research: Success stories from five years of the Philipp Schwartz Initiative. An interview with the programme director.

Initial findings from study on "Life with Corona"

How are people around the world dealing with the effects of the coronavirus pandemic? Nearly 12,000 people from more than 130 countries have completed Humboldt Professor Anke Hoeffler's Life with Corona questionnaire.

30 Years of United Research

How did reunification affect research in Germany? How did Humboldt Fellows experience the fall of the Wall? In several videos, members of the worldwide Humboldt network look back at the past and ahead to the future.

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Young researchers are of systemic importance!

The coronavirus is threatening the careers of talented researchers. What has to be done now in order to support them is the subject of a guest commentary written by Hans-Christian Pape.

2020 Abel Prize goes to Humboldtian

Gregory Margulis has been chosen to receive one of the most important international research awards for mathematics. He will share the prize with the Israeli mathematician Hillel Fürstenberg.

Get to know Japan as a research location

The Humboldt-Gesellschaft Japan supports stays for young researchers from Germany, hosted by academics in Japan. Collaborative partnerships in all disciplines can be funded.