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II. Quarter 2022

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"Research in Germany" presents career paths and research opportunities in Germany at ASM Microbe 2022

(06/27/22) After a pandemic-related hiatus, ASM Microbe 2022 brought microbiologists from around the world to Washington, D.C. From June 10-12, the DFG and partners provided information on funding and research opportunities in Germany at the "Research in Germany" information booth.

Lively interest at the transatlantic science booth

DFG Office North America at the EU Open House in Washington, DC

(06/27/22) More than 5,400 guests visited the Franco-German joint booth as part of the EU Open House. Along with various partners, the DFG office provided information about Germany as an excellent research location.

(l-r) Dr. Thomas Fuchs, Dr. Silke Mühlstedt, Dr. Heide Ahrens, Dr.-Ing. Georg Bechtold, Lena Simon, Dr. Jörg Schneider

DFG Secretary General Attends Opening of DWIH San Francisco

(06/10/22) DFG Secretary General Dr. Heide Ahrens travelled to the USA for the ceremonial opening of the 6th German Center for Research and Innovation in San Francisco. This was Ms. Ahrens’ first official trip abroad since taking office and since the start of the pandemic over two years ago.


 

I. Quarter 2022

Successful Appearance by Research in Germany at the Hybrid March Meeting of the American Physical Society

(29.03.22) For the first time in two years, the March Meeting of the American Physical Society was held on site in Chicago, USA. There was also a virtual event section for all those unable to travel. Research in Germany was represented both virtually and live on site.

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DFG North America presents panel on research data infrastructure at the annual meeting of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS)

(02/28/22) The DFG organized an exchange on the various initiatives in research data infrastructure on both sides of the Atlantic, bringing together representatives from the private sector, academia, and public administration.

Transatlantic Tandem Talk: Cluster of Excellence CECAD Researches Long Life

(02/24/22) This time, the focus was on the work of the DFG-funded Cluster of Excellence CECAD at the University of Cologne and the Max Planck Institute for the Biology of Aging. The panel discussion, with an audience of almost 300 participants, was entitled "Healthy Aging: Brain Control of Longevity and Metabolism.”


 

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