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Robotics at Leibniz Universität Hannover
Robots support us in our everyday life, in teaching, industry, and medicine. They evoke visions of science fiction and inspire free association. Robotics research is characterized by close interaction between many different scientific sub-disciplines. At the Laboratory of Continuum Robotics of Leibniz Universität Hannover, e.g. research encompasses engineering, information technology, electrical engineering, and mechatronics. A superlative of Hanoverian continuum robotics: the world’s smallest robot, a mere millimeter in diameter! In addition, robotic assistant systems that provide not only physical but also cognitive support are firmly established in research at Hanover University.
Cutting-Edge Technology European XFEL
The European XFEL in Schenefeld near Hamburg is a cutting-edge research facility and will be inaugurated in summer 2017. The European XFEL´s technology can be used to take three-dimensional images of the nanocosmos, film chemical processes and elucidate molecular structures, for instance in biomolecules, viruses, and cells – all with a previously inconceivable brilliance. The Volkswagen Foundation launched a funding initiative in 2010 – the Peter Paul Ewald Fellowships – to prepare the next generation of scientists for application of this groundbreaking technology.
Symposia and Conferences at Herrenhausen Palace
The Volkswagen Foundation funds scientific events held at Herrenhausen Palace. Funding is not restricted to any specific field or topic. Prerequisites for a successful application are the development of new research ideas and the discussion of previously unexplored topics and approaches as well as an international and interdisciplinary context and the participation of young researchers.
A dairy technologist’s job involves much more than just bottling milk. The various procedures require an understanding of chemical, biological, and technical processes. At the University of Applied Sciences and Arts in Hanover (HsH), the university studies are diverse and pay off later on the job market. The “dairy technology” degree programme is unique in Germany, and many graduates from Hanover are now working in various companies as esteemed experts.
International Students and Part-time Jobs
Many foreign students need a job to finance their studies in Germany. That’s why reliable information regarding job opportunities and legal regulations is essential. We answer the most important questions on how to combine work with studies if you’re a foreign student in Germany.
Refugees at Leibniz Universität Hannover
Studying in a new country is often very challenging for refugees, who for various reasons have had to flee their homeland. In a joint effort with some of its students, Leibniz University has set up a versatile support programme that provides helpful services like clarification of admission requirements, arranging German courses, study guidance and legal advice.
Electric mobility at University of Applied Sciences and Arts in Hanover
From electric cars, to Pedelecs, or modified VW vans: electric mobility is strongly represented at HsH. In this film we are demonstrating the differences between a regular e-bike and a Pedelec. We are watching students of mechanical engineering transform an old VW combustion engine van into an electric car, and we are presenting the Pedelec-Café. The rental station’s design was drafted by two students of the interior design department.
The Treasure Hiders
Geocaching – what kind preparatory work does it require? How and where are the secret enigmas of geocaching developed? We followed geocacher, Sebastian, on his hunt for clues.
5th November of Science
For the fifth time, the "Initiative Wissenschaft Hannover" has succeeded in inspiring 70 partners from universities, science, culture and education for the knowledge marathon. This year, there are even 170 events, from November 3 to 24.
World record with squeezed light
Researchers from the Max Planck Institute for Gravitational Physics and the Leibniz University of Hannover have managed to generate light with special quantum properties that enables for the first time a new method to measure photodetector quantum efficiency.
Brain plasticity in expert pianists depends on age of musical training onset
A Study of the Institute for Music Physiology and Musicians' Medicine (in the University of Music, Drama and Media) in Hannover shows that an intense musical training elicits changes in sensory and motor regions, and improve the auditory discrimination and the motor synchronization.
A "Chameleon" in the Stomach
Scientists at the Hannover Medical School have investigated the rapid adaptability of the gastric cancer pathogen Helicobacter pylori.
Information for refugees interested in studying
All refugees that want to start studying or continue their studies already started in their home country will find information here.
Nerve Implants Out of Crab Shell
The Hannover Medical School (MHH) is working on the modification of chitosan based nerve guidance channels: Nerves regenerate more successfully through double-chambered channels.
New Antibiotic Resistance Gene has also been found in Germany
The interdisciplinary research consortium "RESET" - coordinated by University of Veterinary Medicine Hannover, Foundation (TiHo) - has shown in collaboration with the German Center for Infection Research (DZIF) that a gene for resistance to colistin also exists in Germany.
MERS virus – Drying out the reservoir
A German-Dutch team has succeeded in immunizing dromedaries against the MERS virus. As the camels appear to be the major reservoir of the virus, the vaccine should also reduce the risk of future outbreaks of the disease in humans.
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„By means of its joint projects, the science initiative adds momentum to strengthening Hannover as centre of science and research, effectively conveying scientific issues, and winning young talents for this educational location.“
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„The Hochschule Hannover University of Applied Sciences and Arts offers a wide range of courses, a high reputation in applied sciences, and innovative research. The unique collaboration of the partners of Hannover science initiative substantially strengthens Hanover’s position as a centre of higher education and research."
„Leibniz University provides excellent study conditions at the internationally competitive location Hannover, with its high-performing research community and first-class scientific infrastructure."