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Learning, mentoring, artificial intelligence: Leipzig University contributes to Year of Science

medicine are a few prominent examples of the opportunities this technology offers. Now a team of scientists headed by Professor Heinz-Werner Wollersheim at Leipzig University’s Faculty of Education is exploring how artificial intelligence can support learning. The collaborative project “Personalised competence development

press release number 2019/050

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“What I’m researching at Leipzig University” – A spotlight on junior researchers.

was fascinated by the dynamism and uncertainty of fluids. To compound the problem further, fluids become far more difficult to understand when confined in pore spaces. This motivated my master’s programme in Petroleum Engineering at the Politecnico di Torino (PoliTo), Italy, after working at Schlumberger Ghana Limited in

press release number 2019/121

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Leipzig University brings sports expertise to Benin, Tanzania and Mexico

to support local coaches and sports teachers and at the same time draw attention to the unrivalled intensive further education programme at the Faculty of Sport Science in Leipzig. The current projects, involving the sports of handball, football and athletics, are possible thanks to the commitment of successful ITK

press release number 2019/017

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Goodbye Deutschland, hello Shanghai

kind are possible thanks to the DC-Hub’s integration into DCHAN, the German-Chinese Alumni Networks. They are funded by the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF) and aim to promote scientific collaboration between Germany and China by utilising German students and scholars who have spent time working in

press release number 2019/020

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The language of microbes

Leipzig’s University Library (UB) has launched a new research project on the subject of “harnessing microbes to explore books’ biographies”, which is funded by the Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF). The collaborative project analyses microorganisms in late medieval manuscripts from the holdings of the

press release number 2019/052

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