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.
The Humboldt Foundation congratulates its former president, Helmut Schwarz, on being selected to receive the 2021 Leonardo da Vinci Award from the European Academy of Sciences.
László Lovász has been chosen to receive one of the most important international research awards for mathematics.
The benefit of knowledge exchange: Alexander von Humboldt Professor Peter Dayan on how he wants to link machine learning with psychiatry resesarch.
For the first time, 33 Humboldt Scouts have embarked on a search for research fellows for their respective teams and the Humboldt Foundation’s network of excellence. Here, two of these scouts report on how they go about their search for talent.
What is day-to-day research like in times of pandemic? In our series Science Selfies, Humboldtians from various African countries are allowing us to look behind the scenes in their offices and labs. In video diaries they describe the challenges they face and how they master difficulties. Francine Ntoumi from the Republic of Congo launches the series.
Molecular chemist Florian Mulks had planned his stay in the USA in 2020 as a Feodor Lynen Research Fellow. Then the corona pandemic came. But a solution was found in the Humboldt Network.
The best three works of journalism from the second round of the Communication Lab for Exchange between Research and Media have been awarded €500 each.
In early January, Turkey’s President Erdoğan appointed a new rector at Boğaziçi University in Istanbul. Since then, the campus has seen protests, violence and arrests. Comments on this from the Humboldt Network
The Corona pandemic forces us all to keep our distance and robs us of things that define what we are: human closeness and social interaction. German Chancellor Fellow Diana Raiselis is working on sustainable concepts for reviving nighttime culture.
An exceptional year with exceptional challenges comes to an end. Our Best of Videos 2020 will get you an idea of what has been going on in the last year.
Foundation President Hans-Christian Pape to discuss science diplomacy at the invitation of the Federal Foreign Office. Online conference will begin at 11 am on Tuesday, 15 December 2020, as a livestream event.
The Humboldtian Giuseppe Caire to receive one of the 2021 Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz Prizes valued at €2.5 million each.