Press Releases

The presented list of press releases in English is only a selection of our German press texts. For the time being, these translated press releases focus primarily on science and research at Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz.

 

read on Gutenberg Council for Young Researchers to fund six mini-graduate schools for two years to the tune of some EUR 500,000
 ... Link: Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz establishes new postgraduate research groups in the humanities and social sciences 
read on EU support to bridge gap between theoretical research and commercial applications
 ... Link: Condensed Matter physicist Mathias Kläui awarded ERC Proof of Concept Grant to develop innovative magnetic sensors for applications involving thousands of revolutions 
Psychologists at Mainz University have documented the differences in the way that depressed individuals subjectively assess the flow of time and evaluate the duration of specific time intervals
 ... Link: Meta-study shows that the experience of time is altered in depression 
read on Rosetta mission, discovery of cosmic neutrinos, and detection of element 117 listed among the ten most exciting research achievements in 2014
 ... Link: American Physical Society places three Mainz-related research projects among  
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Ferdinand Schmidt-Kaler and Ron Folman receive EUR 1.6 million in research funding as part of the German-Israeli Project Cooperation
 ... Link: German and Israeli scientists initiate research program at the interface of solid state physics and quantum physics 
read on Insight may enable innovative approach for new concepts in the fight against neurodegenerative diseases
 ... Link: Mainz researchers identify novel factor involved in autophagy 
Discovery improves understanding of the cause of allergic asthma and may serve as an early diagnostic marker
 ... Link: Scientists at the Research Center for Immunotherapy at Mainz University identify a new population of regulatory T-cells 
read on Scientists reveal unprecedented degree of connectivity reorganization in newly-generated hippocampal neurons in response to experience
 ... Link: Novel form of experience-dependent plasticity in the adult brain discovered 
read on Research Center for Transnational Social Support creates sustainable structures for research into social support across national borders
 ... Link: New research center TRANSSOS focuses on transnational social support 
read on Skyrmions are candidates for future data storage and information processing
 ... Link: Physicists observe motion of tiny magnetic whirls 
read on Project designed to undertake precise measurement of neutrino oscillation should provide insight into neutrino mass hierarchy
 ... Link: Particle physicists from Mainz University participate in JUNO neutrino experiment 
read on New approach focuses on the appraisal of stressful or threatening situations by the brain
 ... Link: Mainz researchers develop new theoretical framework for future studies of resilience 
read on MIND Group pioneers in autonomous publication of academic texts / 92 authors and commentators have contributed to the "Open MIND" collection
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read on Excellent teams implement the university's management guidelines providing for efficient leadership as well as constructive and successful teamwork
 ... Link: Mainz University presents first JGU Leadership Team Awards 
read on American Studies scholar from Mainz University joins London-based Academy of Humanities, Letters and Sciences
 ... Link: Alfred Hornung appointed member of the Academia Europaea 
read on Mainz scientists participating in both the Rosetta mission and the Borexino experiment nominated as top-10 breakthroughs of the year
 ... Link: Rosetta mission with an alpha particle x-ray spectrometer constructed in Mainz is named Physics World 2014 Breakthrough of the Year 

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