Working across subject and institutional borders, they are exploring the foundations of our world and our life, developing future-fit technologies and seeking answers to the foremost contemporary issues. Their work is made possible through LOEWE, the programme for promoting cutting-edge research initiatives in the federal state of Hessen.
Basic medical research • Innovative methods in diagnostics and treatment • Technological research for medical advancement • New approaches in cancer research • Pharmaceuticals research • Lung research
Media changes: What are the implications of digitalisation for communication, research and society? • Development and learning processes in children • Conflict resolution in civil society • Language basics • Relations between human beings and animals in society
How did our world come into being? • Learning from insects • Can cells be given specific properties? • Climate change and biodiversity • Climate impact research • Small-scale mass spectrometry? • Resource-conserving energy storage
In this issue of ProLOEWE-NEWS we present two new lecture series for the winter semester 2021/2022 of the LOEWE focus areas Religious Positioning and Architectures of Ordering, which can also be attended online. Also, a positive conclusion as a result of the evaluation of focus groups in research on sustainable mobility within the LOEWE priority IDG, an article on the first international workshop on data storage in molecular media and more.
A portrait of Professor Dr Stephan Becker, Director of the Institute of Virology at Philipps-Universität Marburg and spokesperson for the LOEWE Centre DRUID.