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Research in Germany

Research in Germany - LogoThe initiative to "Promote Innovation and Research in Germany” launched by the Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF) has been presenting Germany’s research achievements and opportunities to the international community since November 2006 under the brand "Research in Germany - Land of Ideas." Promotional measures and events aimed at positioning German innovation and research in key international markets have been organized on behalf of the BMBF.

Internet portal “Research in Germany”

The Research in Germany portal is an information platform and contact point for all who are looking to find out more about Germany's research landscape and its latest research achievements. One key goal of the portal is to provide an overview of the research and funding opportunities in Germany. It also delivers the latest science and research news from Germany and upcoming events. Additionally, practical information supports foreign scientists and researchers in their decision to collaborate with German research organizations or to complete a research stay in Germany. Editorial responsibility for the portal lies with the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD).

German Research Landscape

Find out about Germany's diverse research landscape: universities, universities of applied sciences, non-university institutes, companies, and federal as well as state institutions. Profiles of each type of research performing organization can be found here.

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Discover Germany

The “Land of Ideas” is not only known for its products “Made in Germany,” but also as the “land of poets and thinkers” with a high standard of living. This includes a unique cultural range with a huge music and theater scene. More than 20 million tourists travel to Germany every year. Come and discover Germany with us.

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What is it like to live and do research in Germany? On “Research in Germany” you can watch videos about young scientists from across the world, video diaries of the winners of the worldwide competition "Green Talents," and much more.

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