The Argentinian historian Walter Ludovico Koppmann is working on the Jewish working class in Buenos Aires.
On the search for new talent, Henriette Herz Scout Sabine Panzram surveys the world.
Voices from the Israeli network
Maria Rita Ortega Vega is developing a sensor that detects kidney disease at an early stage.
How can the Ukrainian science system be successfully rebuilt? HUMBOLDT4UKRAINE series of events
Mentoring Programme for Humboldt Alumni
In the ocean of diversity
Secretary General was awarded from the University of Bucharest
Humboldt Foundation condemns the Hamas attack
The formula for greater visibility
Carmen Gloria Feijoo, wants to make the academic world more diverse
60th Humboldtian with a Nobel Prize.
Alumni of the Communication Lab and experts from academia, the media and politics met in Berlin on 8 September.
International research stays – what interests and wishes do postdocs have?
The neurobiologist, Renata Ponce, had actually ditched her dream of a career in research. But then the Humboldt scout Susanne Wegmann invited her to come to Germany.
Interview with Markus Kissler-Patig, Head of Science and Operations at the European Space Agency (ESA)
Israel faces a judicial reform that could potentially alter the course of democracy. Interview with Political scientist and former Humboldt Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Or Tuttnauer.
On 2 March 2023, the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation, together with the British Council and Fulbright Germany, held a panel discussion on the interaction between diversity and excellence.
At his inauguration in Berlin today, the new President of the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation, Robert Schlögl, made the case for strengthening academic exchange and campaigning for democratic values.
In 2023, the Humboldt Foundation celebrates the 70th anniversary of its establishment. So, in the Foundation’s jubilee year, we are asking “What’s next?” – in visual terms, too.
On 20 January 2023, the four best projects from the sixth virtual Communication Lab on “Resource Scarcity” were honoured.
Beginning in 2022, the Humboldt Foundation is presenting an annual award funded by the Carl Zeiss Foundation.
The Alexander von Humboldt Foundation welcomes its new President! The chemist Robert Schlögl assumed office as the Foundation’s President at the beginning of 2023.
At the turn of the year, Hans-Christian Pape’s term in office as President of the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation, that he assumed in 2018, comes to an end. The Foundation would like to thank the outgoing President for his commitment in turbulent times.
A response to the UN Biodiversity Conference (COP 15) from biogeographer and Humboldtian Tobias Kümmerle
The Humboldt Foundation congratulates two of its funding recipients upon being chosen to receive a Leibniz Prize
The newly selected winners of the Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz Prize include the Humboldtians Largus T. Angenent and Hartmut Rosa.
From 17 to 19 November, 150 researchers from the Japanese Humboldt Network, Japanese junior researchers as well as some of the Foundation’s partners and friends in German academia and politics got together at an online Humboldt Colloquium.