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How artificial intelligence is changing our lives – the new Humboldt Kosmos on AI is out now! Discover how experts in the Humboldt Network use AI in the fight for women’s rights, the role of self-learning robots in tomorrow’s industrial production and how mental health apps could change psychotherapy.

In this newsletter, we also report on a new fellowship programme for endangered researchers from Ukraine. Scientists and scholars are still under threat from the war in Ukraine and have to flee their country. The EU is now providing €25 million for a programme the Humboldt Foundation and partner organisations will launch in the autumn.

Moreover, you can also read about the participants in the Humboldt Residency Programme reporting on the time they spent together in Berlin, the International Climate Protection Fellow who is researching into the future of cocoa cultivation under changing climatic conditions and the 100,000-euro Carl Zeiss-Humboldt Research Award that opens up new opportunities for STEM researchers.

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The new Humboldt Kosmos on AI

By courtesy of: How artificial intelligence is changing our lives – read the new Humboldt Kosmos Magazine on artificial intelligence now!

 

Humboldt Foundation to implement EU programme for at-risk researchers from Ukraine

MSCA4Ukraine, as the programme is called, is one of the European Union’s responses to Russia’s war in Ukraine. The EU is providing €25 million in funding.

 

New application round for International Climate Protection Fellowships

The Ghanaian International Climate Protection Fellow Gabriel Antwi-Boasiako is researching into the future of cocoa cultivation in his home country. This is just one example of the manifold projects that are conducted every year under the fellowship programme for young climate experts.

 

Information Events: Next Generation Humboldt

Discover how you can utilise the Henriette Herz Scouting Programme and the Feodor Lynen Research Fellowship Programme for your international academic collaborations.

 

Atenção Pesquisadores – Fellowships for researchers from Brazil

The CAPES-Humboldt Research Fellowship Programme will once again be granting fellowships for researchers from Brazil with above-average qualifications. The deadline is 30 November.

 

German Research Chair: AIMS Ghana gains a specialist for mathematical biology

Nicholas Monk is relocating from the School of Mathematics and Statistics at the University of Sheffield to AIMS Ghana.

 

Humboldt Residency Diary

Every week, the participants of the Humboldt Residency Programme have reported on their personal highlights of living and working as an international and interdisciplinary team in Berlin.

 

New research award in the STEM field

The Humboldt Foundation and the Carl Zeiss Foundation launch a cooperation with the Carl Zeiss-Humboldt Research Award which comes with €100,000.

 

Starting a university career: Humboldtians share tips

The German Society of Humboldtians is the voice of the Humboldt Network in Germany. On 25 and 26 October, experienced members will report online on their path to a university career and make practical suggestions.

 

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