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Zentrum Wasserstoff.Bayern (H2.B)
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Production Costs of Carbon-Free Hydrogen Significantly Lower Than Previously Assumed

The Mannheim Institute for Sustainable Energy Studies (MISES) of the University of Mannheim organized a conference in cooperation with the newly founded research center Hydrogen.Bavaria (H2.B) at the Energie Campus Nürnberg (EnCN) to discuss the potential of hydrogen in a decarbonized economy.

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10th Anniversary of the Sports Scholarship at the University of Mannheim

In 2009, the Greinert Family established the Mannheim Sports Scholarship. On Monday, a welcome ceremony was held for 28 new students, who were officially awarded a scholarship.

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University Libraries to Receive Substantial Funding

The library cooperation between the university libraries of the University of Mannheim, the University of Applied Sciences Mannheim and the Baden-Württemberg Cooperative State University Mannheim (DHBW) will receive a grant of 400,000 euros.

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Campaign Day on 30 October - Universities Threatened by Looming Budget Cuts

NoScienceNoFuture – this is the slogan of a state-wide campaign day for better higher education financing in Baden-Württemberg. As part of the campaign, the University of Mannheim is organizing a demonstration and a student protest march together with other higher education institutions of Mannheim. ...

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Surprising Findings in Genetic Research

Two mathematicians of the University of Mannheim have found out that wrong genetic factors were possibly used in the past in agricultural plant breeding as well as in the treatment of certain medical conditions.

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Senate Demands that Universities Receive Significantly Higher Funding from the Land

The Senate of the University of Mannheim has released a statement regarding the negotiations and the key elements of a new higher education funding agreement (Hochschulfinanzierungsvertrag II)

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Giving Mothers a Voice

Project for refugee women wins Social Project Contest 2019 of the Business School

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How Is Our Pension Doing?

Researchers are investigating how people understand and perceive pension in Germany and how this is affecting their attitude and their actions regarding private pension arrangements.

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Handelsblatt VWL-Ranking: The University of Mannheim Employs Germany’s Best-Performing Researcher Under 40

Prof. Dr. Christoph Rothe is Germany's economist with the best research performance under the age of 40 / Ten Mannheim professors rank among the top 5 percent of economists in terms of research performance (category: “Lifetime achievement”)

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The Gender Pension Gap: Women's Pension 26 Percent Lower Than Men's

A study of the University of Mannheim and Tilburg University carried out on behalf of Fidelity International has investigated the gender pension gap in Germany. The findings: While working in the same jobs, women receive about a quarter less pension.