Konstanz "Fridays for Future" school strike. Image: University of Konstanz

Fridays for Future has the potential to become a mass movement

Researchers at the University of Konstanz and the University of Mannheim release analysis of a national survey in Germany: One in two Germans would be willing to take part in climate protests; more than one in three support a CO2 tax. These are the results of a national survey published by the organizational researchers Sebastian Koos (University of Konstanz) and Elias Naumann (University of Mannheim). The full text is available in German.

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Mädchen schreibt Notizen

Kinderleichte Wissenschaft

Veranstaltungsreihe „Kinder-Uni“ der Universität Konstanz ergründet die Entstehung von Gefühlen, die Leibspeise der Mammuts und den Wert einer Münze

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Übergang zwischen zwei Gebäudeteilen

European Union sanctions take effect

Binational research project of Professor Gerald Schneider, political scientist from Konstanz, and Polish colleagues on the effectiveness of EU sanctions in comparison to those of the USA and the UN.

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Das andere Deutschlandstipendium

Universität Konstanz vom Stifterverband für kreative Maßnahmen zur Förderung von Diversität unter den Deutschlandstipendiatinnen und Deutschlandstipendiaten ausgezeichnet

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Two ERC Starting Grants for the University of Konstanz

Dr Damien Farine, a principal investigator from the Cluster of Excellence “Centre for the Advanced Study of Collective Behaviour” at the University of Konstanz, and Professor George Walkden, Professor of English Linguistics and General Linguistics at the university’s Department of Linguistics, have both been awarded a prestigious ERC Starting Grant.

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The novel photoactivatable nitroxide for DAinv reaction spin label for proteins, PaNDA. It can be ligated to proteins through a DAinv cycloaddition to genetically encoded noncanonical amino acids. Credit: Anandi Kugele

New protein spin labelling technique

University of Konstanz researchers develop a new site-directed spin labelling approach based on genetically encoded noncanonical amino acids amenable to Diels-Alder chemistry as well as a new spin label, PaNDA

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Sofja Kovalevskaja Award

Sofja Kovalevskaja Award winner Dr Angelo Di Bernardo from the University of Cambridge to establish a new research hub in the field of superconducting spintronics at the University of Konstanz’s Department of Physics

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