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PACE asks: How do we think about climate protection?

Climate change is considered by scientists worldwide to be the greatest global threat to human health. Yet so far, people have often been hesitant to act when it comes to preserving our livelihoods. A new research project called PACE (Planetary…

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Fascinating insight into the everyday world of Byzantium

At Marix, Kai Brodersen, Professor of Ancient Culture at the University of Erfurt, has just published a bilingual edition of "Symeon Seth. The nuts and bolts of eating and drinking" (Symeon Seth. Das A und O vom Essen und Trinken).

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"LGBTV" wins funding award for daily soap investigation

After two pandemic-related online events, the "Project Forum" of the Department of Media and Communication Studies at the University of Erfurt was finally able to take place on campus again this year. Today, five student groups presented the results…

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Communication Studies students present their theses

After two purely digital events due to Corona, the Erfurt Communication "Projektforum" will take place this time as a hybrid format on Saturday, 2 July - i.e. as an attendance event in Lecture Hall 1 of the Centre for Communication and Information…

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New podcast episode with Professor Cornelia Betsch online

A new episode of our science podcast "WortMelder" has just been released. In our eighth episode, we talk to Prof. Dr. Cornelia Betsch about the topic "Health communication – thinking from the human perspective".

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COVID-19 Snapshot Monitoring (COSMO) to be continued

Thanks to new financial support, the COVID-19 Snapshot Monitoring (COSMO) of the University of Erfurt and the Bernhard Nocht Institute for Tropical Medicine can be continued. In future, corresponding surveys will take place once a month and…

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Lecture Series: "Russlands Krieg gegen die Ukraine. Ziele, Narrative und Perspektiven"

The lecture series by the University of Erfurt, the Funke Media Group Thuringia and the Thuringian Parliament continues. On Thursday 30 June, Dr Margarete Klein (head of the research group "Eastern Europe and Eurasia" of the "Stiftung Wissenschaft…

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School competition: "City and Religion"

"City and Religion" is the title of a competition to which the Humanities Centre for Advanced Studies "Religion and Urbanity: Reciprocal Formations" at the University of Erfurt are now inviting school pupils. The aim of the competition is to increase…

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