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How massive can neutron stars be?

For the first time, astrophysicists at Goethe University Frankfurt have succeeded in calculating a strict upper limit for the maximum mass of neutron stars.

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Nok research project enters final phase

Goethe University Frankfurt can continue its study of the Nok Culture. The German Research Foundation has recently approved the funding application submitted by Professor Peter Breunig, Professor of African Archaeology, and Professor Katharina Neumann, Professor of African Archaeobotany.

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DFG supports two new research groups at Goethe University Frankfurt

Together with her team, Professor Petra Döll, hydrologist, will be able to explore the global freshwater system in greater depth whilst Professor Tobias Tröger, legal scholar, and Professor Rainer Haselmann, economist, will join forces with fellow researchers to examine how regulatory parameters influence decisions in the financial sector.

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Leibniz Prize

Leibniz Prize for Nicola Fuchs-Schündeln

Economist Nicola Fuchs-Schündeln, Professor of Macroeconomics and Development at Goethe University Frankfurt, has been awarded the Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz Prize 2018 worth € 2.5 million.

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In the footsteps of Jacques Cousteau

Researchers at Goethe University Frankfurt unveil the secret of the Blue Hole stalactite.

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Medical Science

Deep insight into the heart

The latest issue of the “Forschung Frankfurt” journal describes how modern non-invasive examinations using state-of-the-art imaging technology can reduce such risks.

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Virtual reality at the service of psychology

Scene knowledge makes the processing of visual impressions more efficient. In the current issue of the “Forschung Frankfurt” research journal, journalist Jessica Klapp tells readers about her virtual trip to Italy and explains why we don´t look for the milk under the bed or for our pillow in the bathtub. 

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Early Career Researchers in Focus

With the Focus Line A|B Goethe University is promoting early career researchers, up to six years after completion of their PhD, who are currently preparing their own independent grant proposal. The goal is to increase the chances of successful extra-mural funding. Application deadline: January 19, 2018.

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