From basic research to clinical application: Research team at the University of Konstanz receives Proof of Concept Grant from the European Research Council for the development of a novel liquid dosimeter.
For portions of today's society, technological and infrastructural progress such as AI-guided transportation routes and automated subways is indispensable. For others, these developments are unsettling or even frightening. In the past, new infrastructures have often had unforeseeable political, economic and cultural consequences. What impact do they continue to have today?
The German law governing triage puts doctors in a predicament and criminalizes medical decisions, explains Alexandra Windsberger, a Konstanz-based legal expert. She advocates for removing criminal law from triage decisions.
How do living organisms produce minerals – for example, for their shells? Researchers from the University of Konstanz and Leibniz University Hannover have come a step closer to answering this question. In a joint study, they have deciphered the formation mechanism of amorphous calcium carbonate, an intermediate in biomineralization.
The chemical industry fund FCI supports the use of augmented reality in teaching at the University of Konstanz with around 16,700 euros: teaching project by Konstanz chemists Miriam Unterlass and Sabrina Syskowski.
Barbara Ette, Gabriele Schaub and Anton Schwärzler receive the 2023 state teaching award (Landeslehrpreis) in the category climate protection for the qualification N sustainability project initiated by students at the University of Konstanz.
"Thurgauer Institut für Digitale Transformation (TIDIT)" founded by the Foundation for Science and Research of the Canton Thurgau along with the University of Konstanz and HTWG Konstanz - University of Applied Sciences. Institute to open doors in 2024, at the planned "Digital & Innovation Campus" in Kreuzlingen (Switzerland).
The Deutschlandstipendium scholarship provides funding and support for almost 50 students at the University of Konstanz. The programme is for high-achieving students, especially those who are involved in social projects.