Scholarships and grants, research projects, ideal conditions for scientists and the attraction of living in Germany, create a unique atmosphere. That’s why so many prominent and promising researchers from around the globe are researching in Germany.
The Nobel Prize is the highest honour that scientists and writers can receive for their work. Germans have been among the most frequent recipients of this distinction: the Nobel Prize has been awarded to German scientists some 80 times. Read more about the lives and accomplishments of the 20 contemporary German Nobel laureates.
Read more about five promising researchers from around the globe. In interviews they speak about their experiences with life and research in Germany and why they came to Germany.
From China to Chile, from Japan to the United States, Germany has an outstanding international reputation in research. For this reason, many scientists come to Germany. Here you find interesting video portraits of international researchers doing research in Germany.
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