© Bielefeld University Research / Story 28. September 2022 Doctoral network investigating targeted cancer treatments Researchers of European-wide collaborative network discuss their work in a new video. © Bielefeld University/S. Jonek News / Research / Story 22. September 2022 The individualised chemistry of plants Conference on the issue: What is the significance of plant chemodiversity in a shifting environment? © Anatoly Stojko/stock.adobe.com People / Research / Story 13. September 2022 From self-driving cars to investment loans Economist Herbert Dawid analyzes economic uncertainties and the consequences of the proliferation of smart products. © XM4THX/stock.adobe.com Research / Story 25. August 2022 “Visual linguistics is everywhere” Visual linguistics doctoral candidate Pallabi Chattopadhyay on her Erasmus+ International Dimension research stay. © picture alliance /Eibner-Pressefoto/Sascha Walther People / Research / Story 9. August 2022 Uncertainty as a tool to engage people How do social groups use and instrumentalize uncertainty in conflicts? Researchers in Bielefeld are concerned about this. © BRAD/stock.adobe.com Research / Story 29. July 2022 Understanding how past societies handled uncertainty By applying new digital methods, historians are helping to take a new look at how to handle uncertainty. © Bielefeld University People / Research / Story 21. July 2022 ‘The Eastern European perspective has been neglected for t... Interview with Historian Professor Dr Christina Morina. © NASA/ESA–T. Pesquet Research / Story 15. July 2022 Using smart sensor technology to monitor hearts on the ISS s... Medical School OWL working on study in outer space © Chinnapong/stock.adobe.com People / Research / Story 23. June 2022 What gender identity means for everyday life During Pride Month June, the focus is on issues facing the LGBTQI* community. The university studies these issues all year round. © Bielefeld University People / Research / Story 14. June 2022 ‘Russia has gambled away its economic future’ Junior professor Dr Julian Hinz in an interview on imposing sanctions and their effectiveness in the Ukraine war. © Bielefeld University People / Research / Story 31. May 2022 A question of purpose A new form of business is making headlines: the steward-owned company. A legal scholar and an economist from the university are carrying out research on this new form together. © Bielefeld University People / Research / Story 24. May 2022 ‘Making healthcare more equitable for refugees’ Millions of people have fled because of the war in Ukraine. Interview with health scientist Professor Oliver Razum, MD, on medical care for refugees. © Bielefeld University Research / Story 23. May 2022 ‘Putin and Kirill benefit from mutual legitimation’ Interview with Dr Leif Seibert on the role of religions in the Ukraine war © Bielefeld University People / Research / Story 19. May 2022 Maximilian Benz is keen to bring historical depth into today... The Heisenberg Professor greatly appreciates the interdisciplinary approach and high degree of flexibility at Bielefeld University for his research. © Elena Berz People / Story 17. May 2022 At home at the university Ahin Hassaf fled Syria and is now studying at Bielefeld University. Hers is a story of a new beginning, including a surprising decision, and a scholarship that made things a lot easier. © Oliver Krüger People / Research / Story 27. April 2022 How it happens that humans and animals individualize The JICE Institute and the InChangE network focus on the role of individualization in changing environments. Four academics report on their research. © Jürgen Fälchle/stock.adobe.com Campus / Research / Story 21. April 2022 ‘Mismatch between measures and case numbers’ ‘The widespread lifting of coronavirus protection measures could have unforeseeable consequences,’ says epidemiologist Professor Oliver Razum, MD, of Bielefeld University. In our interview, the public health scientist explains why he […] © Bielefeld University Research / Story 14. April 2022 ‘A nuclear war must be avoided at all costs.’ Professor Dr Véronique Zanetti on the question of humanitarian intervention in the Ukraine war. © Bielefeld University Research / Story 31. March 2022 ‘Putin is distorting history for his own ends’ Interview on Ukraine war with Professor Dr Frank Grüner, professor of Eastern European history. © pixel-kraft/stock.adobe.com People / Research / Story 28. March 2022 Making water supply sustainable The number of people living in cities is growing. This makes the supply of drinking water more difficult—and calls for new smart technologies. © AdobeStock/Argus People / Research / Story 28. March 2022 On a mission to give postmigrant generations a voice Scientist Ekrem Düzen about Turkish communities in Germany © Bielefeld University News / People / Research / Story 25. March 2022 ‘We need to know where more violence is brewing’ Conflict researcher Dr. Andreas Zick advocates for a new European peace architecture.