The German Literature Archive Marbach, the Klassik Stiftung Weimar, and the Herzog August Library join forces to form an internationally unique research group that connects the expertise, digital tools and research milieus of all three institutes. read more: Unique collections, libraries and archives gain visibility
The largest research award in Germany is the Alexander von Humboldt Professorship. Award winners from top locations around the world now take up research in Germany. read more: Alexander von Humboldt Foundation (AvH)
Why do we turn our heads to the right to kiss? Are magpies really as smart as chimpanzees? And what does this have to do with German-Turkish academic relations? Leibniz Prize winner Onur Güntürkün speaks with bmbf-online. read more: "Most of us kiss to the right"
Over the past 40 years, students and trainees have received grants and loans in accordance with the Federal Training Assistance Act ("BAföG"). The act represents a strong commitment to equal opportunities in education. read more: The Federal Training Assistance Act (BAföG)