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University of Jena creates a new permanent exhibition at Hainich National Park’s canopy walkway
The exhibition is shown in the observation tower of the canopy walkway.
Image: Hydrogeologie/Universität Jena
Invitation to the Mobility Survey of the University of Jena
Tram stop at the campus of the Friedrich Schiller University at Ernst Abbe Platz in Jena
Image: Jan-Peter Kasper (University of Jena)
Political Psychologist scientist at the University of Jena publishes glossary of terms in open scholarship
Flávio Azevedo aims to use the glossary to help overcome language barriers.
Image: Jens Meyer (University of Jena)
Adoption by the Senate
Application deadline​: 15.02.2022
Logo of the Melton Foundation
Graphic: Melton Foundation
· Life
Chemical ‘cry for help’ from trees verified in a natural habitat for the first time
The "cry for help" was "heard" for the first time in the canopy of the Leipzig floodplain forest.
Image: iDiv
Research team from University of Jena and German Archaeological Institute working with Ethiopian partners to create cultural heritage register for northern Ethiopia
Sanctuary of the main Sabaean god Almaqah in Yeha (Tigray/Ethiopia).
Image: Pawel Wolf/DAI
Students of all disciplines are invited to find out about entrepreneurship - what it is and why it might be something for you.
Working together
Image: pixabay
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Chemist Prof. Martin Oschatz receives significant European research funding award
Chemist Prof. Martin Oschatz receives an ERC Starting Grant.
Image: Anne Günther (University of Jena)
University of Jena working group on colonialism with new personal and further publication on legacy of colonialism
Inscription on the examined skull of a juvenile Massai: SA 183/"Massai"/Igt. v. Goetzen.
Image: Ivonne Przemuß/Universität Jena
EU campaign on biodiversity seeks young organizers
The initiative Fridays For Future calls for a demonstration for the climate.
Writing global climate strike
Image: Fridays For Future Germany