Political scientist Philipp Lepenies studies the role played by statistical indicators in modern-day politics.
Provenance researcher Meike Hoffmann works with experts and students to reconstruct the art collection, broken apart during the Nazi era, of Berlin-based publisher and patron of the arts Rudolf Mosse.
Maria Parr studies how stored urine samples from athletes can be used to prove that they were taking banned substances even years later.
In the politically fragile republics of the northern Caucasus, scholars from Freie Universität have initiated an extensive teaching project on conflict studies.
Roman poet Ovid died 2,000 years ago. Now Melanie Möller, a scholar of Latin, is coordinating an anniversary program featuring discussions, presentations, and readings.
Researchers from Freie Universität Berlin hope to curb the spread of multidrug-resistant pathogens in animal husbandry.
Microplastics are a threat to more than just the oceans: Plant ecologist Matthias Rillig studies soil contamination.
American historian Timothy Nunan is currently at Freie Universität studying the importance of the Middle East during the Cold War.
A student of European Studies is studying Russia’s propaganda activities in other countries for his thesis.
Researchers from Freie Universität publish studies on biodiversity.