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Archive: News

Pastures at Sanssouci Palace. Photo: Karla Fritze

Sheep in Sanssouci Park – Biologists Accompany a Grazing Project

Sheep are quite a rare sight in historic public parks. Some, however, have temporarily moved into Sanssouci Park. From July to November 2018, the Prussian Palaces and Gardens Foundation Berlin-Brandenburg (SPSG) initially used...
26. Jun 2019
Sheep are quite a rare sight in historic public parks. Some, however, have temporarily moved into Sanssouci Park. From July to November 2018, the Prussian Palaces and Gardens Foundation Berlin-Brandenburg (SPSG) more ...
Printed batteries of different shapes and structures. Photo: Dr. Kerstin Zehbe.

Batteries from the Printer – Chemists from Potsdam and Karlsruhe Are Developing Novel Electrochemical Storage Systems

Powerful batteries are in demand as never before. They are not only the key to electromobility and energy supply for our everyday electronic companions. Research on and into energy storage systems is also booming because they are...
19. Jun 2019
Powerful batteries are in demand as never before. They are not only the key to electromobility and energy supply for our everyday electronic companions. Research on and into energy storage systems is also booming more ...
Prof. Dr. Norbert Gronau. Photo: Ernst Kaczynski.

“Not Everything Needs to Be 100 Percent Autonomous”

Business Informatics Specialist Norbert Gronau Says: What Matters Is How Humans and Machines Interact
12. Jun 2019
Driverless cars, fully-automated factories, self-learning computer programs: Is technical innovation making humans redundant? Are these developments proof of the fact that, at least with the advancement of artificial more ...
Dr. Hannes Vasyura-Bathke. Photo: Tobias Hopfgarten.

Exemplary – How Artificial Neural Networks Can Revolutionize Georeseach

Geoscientists have a problem: The phenomena they research are so complex that it is difficult to track them down. New sensor technology, satellite surveillance, and computer models of the processes in the earth’s interior bring...
05. Jun 2019
Geoscientists have a problem: The phenomena they research are so complex that it is difficult to track them down. New sensor technology, satellite surveillance, and computer models of the processes in the earth’s more ...