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    On a Nobel Prize in Physics

    Quantum physicist Rainer Blatt on the enormous potential of his discipline.
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    Oken Medal awarded

    The GDNÄ honours the journalist Mai Thi Nguyen-Kim
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    A celebration in pictures

    Photographic impressions of the anniversary meeting of the GDNÄ
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    Four days from A to Z

    All the highlights, all the names of the GDNÄ festival meeting at a glance.
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    Leipzig lectures now online

    Enjyoy the 200 anniversary celebration on the GDNÄ YouTube channel.
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    A grateful look back

    “It was a celebration of science“, says GDNÄ President Martin Lohse.
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    Anke Kaysser-Pyzalla

    The engineer was elected president for 2025 and 2026.
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    Day Four in Leipzig

    Images from the body, RNA medicine and hands-on science.
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    Day Three in Leipzig

    From planets, luminaries in the making, and images from Hollywood.
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    Day Two in Leipzig

    Of mini deer, new materials and black holes.
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    Day One in Leipzig

    Student programme: Science is challenged.
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    The anniversary in the media

    School program on television / Instagram channel opened.
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    In real time

    Jubilee conference 8-11 September 2022: Just tune in!
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    Harald Fritzsch

    The physicist and former GDNÄ president passed away .
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    Jörg Vogel

    Why the golden age of RNA medicine is now beginning.
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    Jubilee publication

    Just published: 200 exciting pages about 200 years of GDNÄ.
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    Jörg Junhold

    Marvel, learn, enjoy: The director of Leipzig Zoo invites the GDNÄ.
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    We have only one world

    Preparing for the grand entrance at the festive assembly in Leipzig.
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    Matthias Röschner

    There is much to discover in the treasure chamber of the GDNÄ.
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    Jubilee conference in Leipzig

    Assembly from 8-11 September 2022 with many highlights.
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    Call for Peace

    GDNÄ members oppose the war in Ukraine.
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    Michael Dröscher

    How the experienced manager keeps the GDNÄ on its toes.
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    Eva-Maria Neher

    The biochemist promotes young talents – and has achieved a lot.
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    President’s invitation

    Martin Lohse looks back – and forward to a glamorous celebration.
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    Laurels from China

    Academy of Science admits Katharina Kohse-Höinghaus.
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    Laurels from Czech Republic

    Wolfgang Wahlster is a new member of the Academy of Technology.
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    High confidence

    How Germans feel about science and research
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    Stuart Parkin

    How the physicist from Silicon Valley wants to shake up the IT world.
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    Jürgen Floege

    The kidney specialist from Aachen on the pandemic and its consequences.
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    Lasker Award for our fellow

    Dieter Oesterhelt receives highest
    US-honor in biomedicine.
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    Dietrich von Engelhardt

    How the historian of science views the importance of the GDNÄ.
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    Tina Romeis

    The biochemist plans to strengthen plants under climate stress.
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    Thomas Elsässer

    How the physicist sheds light on the world of atoms and molecules.
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    Wolfgang T. Donner

    The GDNÄ bids farewell to its former Secretary General.
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    Angelika Brandt

    On the tracks of life in the dark depths of the ocean.
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    Wilhelm Füßl

    For thirty years he has preserved and developed the heritage of the GDNÄ.
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    Wolfgang Lubitz

    A scientist in search of the secret of green hydrogen.
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    Success with “Industry 4.0”

    Former president Wolfgang Wahlster on the fourth industrial revolution.
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    Michael Tausch

    How to get teachers and students excited about chemistry with light.
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    He discovered the ozone hole

    The GDNÄ mourns the death of its long-time member Paul J. Crutzen.
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    School meets research

    Online dialogue on “infections” will begin shortly: Join in!
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    In memory

    GDNÄ mourns the death of its former president Professor Wolfgang Gerok.
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    Detlev Ganten

    “There is nothing more beautiful”: a life for science.
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    Next Meeting

    Würzburg 2021 will be merged with 200th GDNÄ anniversary in Leipzig.
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    New info flyer

    To order or to download: Compact portrait of the GDNÄ.
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    A passion for zoology

    What Heribert Hofer has in mind for the next years.
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    New Vice President elected

    The Berlin zoologist Heribert Hofer takes office on January 1, 2021.
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    Virtual gathering

    Due to the corona pandemic, the 2020 general meeting took place online.
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