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Digital Health City Hannover
Digitalisation in the health sector and artificial intelligence can support the development of new, effective treatments, lead to lower costs and help patients to take greater responsibility for their own health. Hannover's strong scientific infrastructure for medical informatics and artificial intelligence, its hospitals, nursing care institutions, incubators and networks makes the city the perfect place to put new ideas into action.More information at www.digital-health-city-hannover.de
Incontri – Institute for New Music
Incontri is the place at the Hanover University of Music, Drama and Media where young people from all over the world come together to study composition and develop their ideas. With concerts, workshops and lectures, the Institute for New Music is also a mediator for contemporary music and creates a forum for encounters between the public, composers and their music.
50 years of Hochschule Hannover - University of Applied Sciences and Arts!
Since 1971, students have been able to complete numerous applied degree programmes, have done so and have taken off into a successful future. On the occasion of the anniversary, we let our alumni have their say under the motto "50 years - 50 alumni". What are they doing today and how did they experience their student days? In this video we find out exactly that from Rebecca and Manuel. University President Josef von Helden also gives an outlook on the future of the HsH. You can find more exciting alumni stories from all faculties and various degree programmes at our university here: https://hs-h.de/hsh50jahre
The path towards a sustainable energy supply
Leibniz University Hannover has been conducting energy research for many years. The university contributes its research expertise in order to transform the energy system with sustainable energy sources. We introduce research collaborations, centres and facilities that work on these promising issues in videos.
Pioneers for sustainable health
Global events and crises, such as pandemics and climate change, are rapidly changing the way we live our lives. Innovative solutions for human health – that’s what is needed. We at Fraunhofer ITEM are pioneers for sustainable health – health that is lasting, individual, eco-friendly and affordable.
Inner City Dialogue Hannover
The exhibition "what if..." shows student ideas for the inner city area of Hanover. The projects were developed at the Institute of Landscape Architecture of the Faculty of Architecture and Landscape, Leibniz University Hannover. The proposed ideas are intended to stimulate reflection and provide impetus for new, as yet unknown uses in the city.
Diagnoses by dog noses – Dogs can sniff out patients with COVID-19
A research team led by the University of Veterinary Medicine Hannover (TiHo), in cooperation with the Bundeswehr, the Hannover Medical School and the University Medical-Centre Hamburg-Eppendorf, has carried out a study with eight specialised sniffer dogs from the Bundeswehr to sniff out people infected with the SARS-CoV-2 virus. The dogs were able to distinguish between samples from infected (positive) and non-infected (negative) individuals with an average sensitivity of 83 percent and a specificity of 96 percent. Sensitivity refers to the detection of positive samples. The specificity designates the detection of negative control samples.
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.
Getting your PhD with the Cluster of Excellence PhoenixD
The Cluster of Excellence PhoenixD (Photonics, Optics, and Engineering - Innovation Across Disciplines) with its interdisciplinary network supports young scientists in their doctoral studies in one of the key technologies of the 21st century: optical technologies. During the structured doctoral training at PhoenixD Research School, researchers acquire not only specialized knowledge but also job-related soft skills, thus qualifying for a career in science or industry.
How does the European Union promote research and education in Hanover?
What is the best way to generate energy from the oceans? Which methods enable us to utilize quartz in a way that is not detrimental to our health? Which measures help us learn digitally and in the classroom? In Hanover, European subsidies promote the search for answers to such questions – interdisciplinary and internationally connected. We showcase three projects – at Leibniz University Hanover, Fraunhofer Institute for Toxicology and Experimental Medicine, and Ada-und-Theodor-Lessing-Volkshochschule Hannover.
Lake Chalco in climate change
The effects of climate change on tropical regions are still poorly understood. However, they are among the most populated areas in the world. Researchers at the Leibniz Institute for Applied Geophysics (LIAG) have now created both an age-depth model and a moisture distribution for the last 500,000 years from one of the oldest lakes in central Mexico, Lake Chalco. The results are clear: Central Mexico experienced recurrent dry periods related to the Earth's natural wobble.
European Commission supports citizenship projects
Four project proposals at the Leibniz Research Centre for Inclusive Citizenship (CINC) have been approved and are to receive a total of 1.25 million euros in funding.
How well are our dairy cows doing?
Scientists at the School of Veterinary Medicine Hannover (TiHo) have published a study on animal health, hygiene and biosecurity in German dairy farms. It explores options for action.
Heart failure: diagnosis and healing after a heart attack
Researchers at Hannover Medical School (MHH) study the inflammatory response using a weakly radioactive tracer substance and discover a new avenue for diagnosis and healing following a heart attack.
Former MHH professor receives Nobel Prize in Chemistry
Hannover Medical School (MHH) congratulates Emmanuelle Charpentier on her Nobel Prize. A former professor at the School, she is to receive the award for her groundbreaking advances in gene research.
New species of primate discovered
Jonah’s mouse lemur: an international research team has discovered a new species of primate in Madagascar, with Hannover’s University of Veterinary Medicine (TiHo) playing a key role.
Leibniz-themed digital garden rally in German and English
Hunt for "Leibniz's legacy" at the Herrenhausen Gardens with Actionbound.
Successful debut launch of the Einstein-Elevator
Scientists from HITec at Leibniz Universität Hannover realize conditions for space research here on Earth, opening new possibilities for researchers across the globe.
Researchers aim to use gene therapy to treat hearing deafness
Professor Schambach was awarded approximately two million euros from the European Union for his “iHEAR” project.
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