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“We are going to be working through this trauma for decades to come”

Campus.leben series: “Coronavirus – Ask the Experts” / Part 2: Interview with historian Paul Nolte from Freie Universität’s Friedrich Meinecke Institute

Mar 31, 2020

“If we choose to, we can lay the groundwork to shape the future”

The first in a new series: “Coronavirus – Ask the Experts” / Part 1: Interview with Martin Voss, social scientist in the Disaster Research Unit at Freie Universität Berlin

Mar 31, 2020

The End of Anonymity?

Facial recognition cameras are increasingly being used for control purposes. Researchers have studied how people in different parts of the world view this trend.

Feb 24, 2020

Into the Future with Quantum Bits

Quantum computers mark a revolution in artificial intelligence.

Feb 21, 2020

A Systematic Approach to Technology

Artificial intelligence is viewed and used differently in China, the United States, and Europe. Researchers from Freie Universität Berlin are studying how this affects each of these societies.

Jan 07, 2020

Los Angeles Myths

Stefan Keppler-Tasaki is a fellow at the Thomas Mann House in Los Angeles, where he is studying how the city and its past has influenced modern German literature.

Dec 30, 2019

Computers Take the Place of Experts

Legal scholars at the Department of Law at Freie Universität work on questions of artificial intelligence and the challenges it poses in insurance law.

Dec 16, 2019

The Skin of the Earth

In Chile, researchers from various disciplines are studying which forces have a bigger influence on the Earth’s surface – geological or biological ones. In the process, they are gleaning insights into possible consequences of climate change.

Dec 11, 2019

“Falsified Medical Products Affect Every Region of the World”

Pharmacy professor Maria Kristina Parr discusses safety concerns about buying medicine as well as research partnerships with African countries aimed at addressing counterfeit medicine.

Dec 10, 2019

The Great Mystery of the Mind

Using a magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) scanner at Freie Universität Berlin, humanities researchers and students have been conducting interdisciplinary brain research for the last 10 years.

Dec 09, 2019