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Magazine Humboldt Kosmos

A Model Student With the Odd Blip

The international visiting researchers sponsored by the Humboldt Foundation have handed us our report. A comment by Hans-Christian Pape, President of the Humboldt Foundation.

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A Model Student With the Odd Blip

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A Strong Voice for Democracy: Cynthia Miller-Idriss

A spirit of discovery, creativity and global exchange drive the world forward. Whether we are thinking of securing democracy, fighting climate change or containing pandemics – without science and research, our future is in danger.

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A common history

The Argentinian historian Walter Ludovico Koppmann is working at the Lateinamerika-Institut in Berlin on the Jewish working class in Buenos Aires. A narrative with links to the present and to his own roots.

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A name to conjure with

Few figures in history have had so many landmarks or discoveries named after them. The memory of Alexander von Humboldt is kept alive not only in his anniversary year of 2019 but also in atlases and encyclopaedias. His name even crops up in outer space.

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A name to conjure with

A selection of Climate Protection Fellows

A selection of Climate Protection Fellows All fellowship cohorts (2010-2024) &nbsp Gilbert Baase Adum Degree : Master of Philosophy | Field : Wildlife and Range Management | Affiliation at the time of

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A testimony to a restless spirit

Andrea Wulf has written numerous books, including “The Invention of Nature: Alexander von Humboldt’s New World” which became a bestseller in 2015. Her latest work “The Adventures of Alexander von Humboldt” is an illustrated biography documenting the explorer’s great journey through South America (1799 – 1804).

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A testimony to a restless spirit