Back from the atoll

Leibniz Center for Tropical Marine Ecology

Anke Mösinger, PhD candidate at ZMT´s Social Science Department, is back from her expedition to Takuu Atoll, where she spent eight months for her PhD research on local knowledge of climate change. more info

© Anke Mösinger

ZEW Among the Top Five Climate Policy Think Tanks

Centre for European Economic Research, Mannheim

The Centre for European Economic Research (ZEW) ranks fourth among the approximately 200 institutes evaluated for the recently published "2013 Climate Think Tank Ranking". more info

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(Climate) Change in the North Sea

Senckenberg Gesellschaft für Naturforschung

Long-term studies have revealed obvious changes in the North Sea’s biota. The Atlantic cod is drawn to cooler regions, while southern species increasingly expand northward.  more info

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Until the Final Whistle

German Institute for Economic Research

The method of using the market value of the teams is a simple basis for forecasting the outcome of a major football tournament. Who will win the upcoming World Cup in Brazil? more info

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Connecting dead ends increases power grid stability

Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research

As the input from many renewable sources is rather volatile, there’s a higher risk of power instabilities. Scientists now employed a novel concept to tackle this challenge.  more info

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News

Water desalination – efficient and environmentally friendly

29/07/2014 | Leibniz Institute for Interactive Materials

Leibniz scientists now developed an environmentally friendly and efficient technology for water desalination. The applied electrochemical process uses novel, carbon particle-based... more info

Federal Fiscal Equalization System Before Reform

10/07/2014 | German Institute for Economic Research

One of the key tasks of this legislative period is to restructure the federal fiscal equalization system by 2020. The existing system has developed over time, is highly complex and convoluted. more info

Rhino foot disease – hope for better treatment

30/06/2014 | Leibniz Institute of Zoo and Wildlife Research

A new imaging strategy of synchronising computed tomography with digital radiography helps to diagnose and initiate appropriate treatment of foot diseases in mega-vertebrates. more info

A Unique Star

10/06/2014 | Leibniz Institute for Astrophysics Potsdam

Using ESA’s X-ray telescope XMM-Newton a team of astronomers have found X-ray pulsations of a unique star. It is a celestial wonder with a body of a normal star but with the magnetic field much... more info

Ukraine Crisis Unsettles German Manufacturers

05/06/2014 | ifo Institute

The crisis in the Ukraine is unsettling German manufacturers, according to the results of a special online survey. Almost 17 percent of respondents are already feeling the impact of the crisis on... more info

European Natural Gas Supply Secure Despite Political Crisis

28/05/2014 | German Institute for Economic Research

Model calculations by DIW Berlin show that Europe can cope with any supply disruption by Russia via Ukraine. Some Eastern European countries, however, suffer most from a complete supply stop by... more info

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