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The DGPPN's traveling exhibition highlights the fate of sick and disabled individuals at the time of National Socialism.
Morezu: "seized, persecuted, wiped out"
The Schüßler Award provides support for highly talented civil engineering students. In addition to the prize money, the award winners receive a study abroad scholarship.
Morezu: Engineering Talents
Construction of the modular large-scale battery storage system M5BAT, which combines different battery technologies for optimal use, started on August 12.
Morezu: Unique Battery Storage System
During her summer tour of universities, NRW Science Minister Svenja Schulze visited the RWTH Gestures Lab to get informed on how digital media help to reduce barriers to accessibility.
Morezu: A Visit to SignGes
Two students and a team of researchers at RWTH Aachen and Forschungszentrum Jülich make advances in the production of graphene.
Morezu: Graphene Production Close to a Breakthrough
The YIC 2015 and AC.CES conferences on simulation technology, applied mathematics and computational engineering hosted US star Dr. Mayim Bialik ("The Big Bang Theory“) as a guest speaker.
Morezu: Science Meets Hollywood
About 250 attendees from 37 countries participate in the 42nd International Systemic Functional Congress hosted by the Faculty of Arts and Humanities at RWTH Aachen.
Morezu: ISFC 2015
The profile area Energy, Chemical & Process Engineering presents its activities in the "RWTH Themen" research magazine.
Morezu: Alternative Energy Sources
The renowned engine researcher and developer Franz Pischinger will receive the Aachen Engineering Award on September 11, 2015, in Aachen City Hall.
Morezu: Aachen Engineering Award 2015
A bomb from WWII was found at the corner of Intzestraße and Claßenstraße.
more...zu: Bomb Found
The Orientation Day on April 2, 2015, assists all new international students with their first steps at RWTH.
more...zu: Service for International Students