The administration of Leibniz Universität Hannover endorses and supports the March for Science on 22nd April 2017, and calls upon its students, academic staff and employees to take part where possible in the march in Berlin, as the nationwide central venue, or in Göttingen as the venue in Lower Saxony.
Explorers used to have it easier. They boarded a ship and sailed out into the world. Modern explorers work in laboratories and investigate whether what has been known for centuries about natural constants still holds true in the light of new evidence provided by modern metrology. Questions like these are addressed at the collaborative research centre Designed Quantum States of Matter (CRC 1227 ...
World sensation in outer space: A research group under the aegis of Leibniz Universität Hannover has for the first time produced Bose-Einstein condensates under microgravity on board a sounding rocket. Cooled down almost to absolute zero, all particles assume the lowest level of energy and thus the same quantum-mechanical state, so that they can no longer be distinguished.
International students often have great difficulty finding affordable accommodation shortly before term starts. The Science Initiative, supported by Hannover’s higher education institutions and many other partners, has now launched a campaign called “Don’t leave us out in the rain” to help bring together landlords and students.
Shaping the Future with Knowledge – true to our University's guiding principle, we offer you – prospective students with refugee status and early career researchers – the opportunity to embark on or continue a degree programme or a career in research, if you meet the necessary requirements. More information at http://refugees.uni-hannover.de