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Psychologin Diana Peitz. Photo: Thomas Roese.

Tracking down hunger with nose, ears and heart – Psychologists test a promising new therapeutic approach for eating and weight disorders

A crispy bread roll, a juicy mango, or a warming soup - our food appeals to many senses and usually serves more than just the need to fill the stomach. Yet we often barely notice what a meal has to offer and hastily scarf down...
30. May 2018
A crispy bread roll, a juicy mango, or a warming soup - our food appeals to many senses and usually serves more than just the need to fill the stomach. Yet we often barely notice what a meal has to offer and hastily more ...
Alexis Giraud. Photo: Karla Fritze.

Aggravated Murder, For Instance – Alix Giraud compares German and French criminal law

Criminal law was long considered to fall under the domain of national law, so it seemed to play little role in the harmonization of law across Europe. These days, however, there are many interconnections. Understanding how crimes...
23. May 2018
Criminal law was long considered to fall under the domain of national law, so it seemed to play little role in the harmonization of law across Europe. These days, however, there are many interconnections. Understanding more ...
Photo: Thomas Roese.

America between slavery and democracy – Hannah Spahn researches nineteenth-century African American literature

An equestrian statue divided the US in the summer of 2017. It is located in Charlottesville, Virginia, and depicts General Robert E. Lee, commander of the Confederate States Army during the American Civil War (1861 to 1865). In...
16. May 2018
An equestrian statue divided the US in the summer of 2017. It is located in Charlottesville, Virginia, and depicts General Robert E. Lee, commander of the Confederate States Army during the American Civil War (1861 to more ...
Christian Richter. Photo: Karla Fritze.

Freedom on demand? – How television 4.0 presents itself

It is difficult to imagine a German living room without one: Almost invariably placed opposite the couch, TV sets loom large on furniture and walls. Our living rooms are arranged around them. However, the relationship to this...
09. May 2018
It is difficult to imagine a German living room without one: Almost invariably placed opposite the couch, TV sets loom large on furniture and walls. Our living rooms are arranged around them. However, the relationship more ...

Health Campus Strengthens Health Research and Develops New Approaches to Medical Care in the State

Minister Münch, together with university presidents and a research association spokesperson, presents plans for further expansion
04. May 2018
Martina Münch, Minister of Research and Technology, presented the plans for building the Health Campus Brandenburg together with Prof. Oliver Günther, President of the University of Potsdam, Prof. Jörg Steinbach, more ...
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