Technische Universität Berlin - We’ve Got the Brains for the Future
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One Million Euro Investment in Sustainable Silicon
TU Berlin professor Matthias Driess receives DFG funding for the synthesis of nitrogen compounds using silicon.
Detaillierte 3D-Globus Ansicht der neu veröffentlichten Open-Source Heatmap © TU Berlin
Combating Interference in Orbit
TU researchers publish the world's first open-access world map of radio frequencies from Earth orbit. Read the interview with Alexander Burnicki.
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The Potentials of Tree Bark
Shoes, bags, panels for furniture from tree bark: TU Berlin researcher Charlett Wenig identified potential processing methods and applications.
Veranstaltungsreihe Eat, Meet & Re-Use mit Tauschmarkt und Foodtrucks © Janine Rülicke-Ahrens
“Eat, Meet & Re-Use” – A New Event Series
Do you have treasures like clothes, books, or dishes that you no longer use but are in too good a condition to throw away? Then why not drop by.
One Million Euro Investment in Sustainable Silicon
Combating Interference in Orbit
The Potentials of Tree Bark
“Eat, Meet & Re-Use” – A New Event Series
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#StandWithUkraine

TU Berlin shows solidarity with Ukraine and offers support for students and scientists. A "Berlin-Ukraine" aid fund has been set up to provide direct financial support for Ukrainian researchers and students.

Top Performers Needed

TU Berlin is currently seeking applicants for numerous positions. Apply now!

Get to Know Technische Universität Berlin

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International Affairs

Around the world: 43,000 people from 150 different countries make up Technische Universität Berlin. Whether professors, students, or administrative staff, they are all part of a network of international cooperation. This topic portal highlights encounters and experiences.

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Knowledge Exchange

What does knowledge exchange mean exactly? Whether practical labs, citizen science projects, or other forms of interaction: Reciprocal exchange with society and industry is a key value of Technische Universität Berlin. Learn more about our range of activities in the topic portal.

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Entrepreneurship

Technische Universität Berlin actively supports its members entrepreneurial activities. In our “Entrepreneurship” topic portal, you can find exciting stories about our start-ups and news from our Centre for Entrepreneurship.

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Campus Life

The Technische Universität Berlin campus resembles a small city: There are large and small events, numerous cafés, initiatives and organizations, and sports and cultural offers. The “Campus Life” topic portal captures inspirational topics that enrich everyday University life.

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TU Berlin in the Berlin University Alliance

Technische Universität Berlin holds the title of Excellence – together with its consortium partners Freie Universität Berlin, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, and Charité – Universitätsmedizin Berlin. As the Berlin University Alliance, the four institutions are implementing their concept for an integrated research space.

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Climate Protection

We’ve got the brains for the future for the benefit of society – Technische Universität Berlin’s slogan is one of commitment and, when it comes to climate protection, is more current than ever. The commitment to the demands of the Fridays for Future movement, the creation of a new climate research institute, or forgoing long haul flights: The topic portal tells the stories behind these developments.

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