Academic mobility and scientific cooperation are playing an increasingly important role – also with a view to achieving an effective German foreign policy. Germany’s science diplomacy is helping to shape this cooperation and is working around the world to defend the freedom of science and Research.
For ten years now, students in Ho Chi Minh City have been able to study at the Vietnamese-German University, with courses based on the German model. We now aim to strengthen this cooperation.
How can science, politics and society work together to overcome the COVID‑19 pandemic and its consequences? Foreign Minister Maas discusses this question with the heads of the Alliance of Science Organisations in Germany.
Breaking down walls in science is the slogan of the Falling Walls Conference at which dedicated young talents gather each year on 9 November.
Increasing numbers of German and Hungarian young scientists are cooperating with each other in what is a strong reflection of the close economic links between the two countries.
Under the leadership of the Alfred-Wegener-Institut für Polar- und Meeresforschung, 300 scientists from 17 countries will set sail on a gigantic ice floe to study, for the very first time, the Arctic’s entire climate system.