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Magazine Humboldt Kosmos

“We need a CERN for AI in Europe”

HOLGER HOOS: AI should help us humans solve problems that we can’t manage to solve without AI. In medicine, there are many applications where this is the case. And when it comes to climate change, we are

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“We need a CERN for AI in Europe”

Magazine Humboldt Kosmos

“It's not enough simply to say, it is as it is!”

and approaches. We invest in seminal subjects like AI and in vital applications in fields such as medicine. We consciously promote basic research with just the same degree of enthusiasm because we are convinced

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“It's not enough simply to say, it is as it is!”

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annually on an alternate basis in the fields of chemistry, physics and technology, biology and medicine or humanities and social sciences. The Max Planck Society and the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation [...] annually on an alternate basis in the fields of chemistry, physics and technology, biology and medicine or humanities and social sciences. A sum of EUR 1,500,000 (funding amount) is made available

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Wolfram Ruf

the field of coagulation physiology. Nominating University: Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz Medicine The main focus of Wolfram Ruf's work is on examining the protein thromboplastin which plays an important

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Wolfram Ruf

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Winners of the fourth Communication Lab honoured

The four best works from the fourth round of the Communication Lab for Exchange between Research and Media were recently awarded €500 each by the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation and the International Journalists’ Programmes at an award ceremony held on 4 March 2022.

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Wil van der Aalst

process and workflow analysis and drive cooperation with the engineering, business and economics, and medicine faculties, and also industry. Nominating University: RWTH Aachen University Informatics / Computer

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Wil van der Aalst

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Where the wild bees are

No one knows yet how the pandemic will impact the careers of young researchers. In this three-part series, we profile Feodor Lynen Research Fellows and show how they are dealing with the challenges facing them.

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