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Vicious circle in the Amazon

Logging that happens today and potential future rainfall reductions in the Amazon could push the region into a vicious dieback circle. If dry seasons intensify with human-caused climate change, the risk for self-amplified forest loss would increase even more, an international team of scientists with participation from the University of Göttingen has found. more...

Equal opportunity and protection against discrimination

Equal opportunity for all and protection against discrimination – the University of Göttingen has anchored these tenets in its diversity strategy. The aim is to support all staff, employees and associates of the university in optimising their skill sets in the best possible way and in achieving success in their studies or professional lives. more...

Light-emitting bubbles captured in the wild

At the University of Göttingen, physicists have imaged, for the first time, sonoluminescence flashes together with the bubbles in an ultrasonically driven bubble cloud. By high-speed video recording with up to 0.5 million images taken per second, light emitting bubbles can be identified and their shapes and oscillations analyzed. more...

Regional forest policy in Africa

As of this spring, Göttingen University’s Faculty of Forest Sciences and Forest Ecology has the pleasure of hosting Dr. Symphorien Ongolo Assogoma, currently of the Center for International Forestry Research (CIFOR) in Yaounde, Cameroon, thanks to a two-year postdoctoral fellowship of the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation. more...

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Opening hours during semester breaks

Unfortunately, not everyone is able to cosy down at home during the Christmas holidays or enjoy themselves on a ski holiday: Students who have important deadlines approaching are dependent on the usual student infrastructure – library, canteen, Learning and Study Building (LSG) or University sports. Here you will find the opening hours for holiday periods and bank holidays. more...

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