Life Sciences at the Weihenstephan Campus

The Technical University of Munich has concentrated its expertise in life sciences in the TUM School of Life Sciences at the modern Weihenstephan campus in Freising. From molecules to plants and animals to ecosystems and landscapes, Molecular Life Sciences, Life Science Systems and Life Science Engineering are explored and taught under the motto “One Health”.

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26.09.2022 “Forest Dieback 2.0”: Lecture by Prof. Rupert Seidl in the TUM@Freising lecture series

Forest ecosystems are central to life on Earth. However, forest ecosystems worldwide are undergoing rapid transformation. Prof. Rupert Seidl, Professor of Ecosystem Dynamics and Forest Management in Mountain Landscapes at the...[more]

Research | 30.09.2022 Scientific analysis of Germany’s oldest beer - Study shows molecular profile of 19th-century beer sample

Researchers at the Technical University of Munich (TUM) have opened a sample of lager beer that was stored at constant room temperature for over 140 years. The beer, brewed in 1885, was analyzed in terms of its sensory properties...[more]

Research, Campus | 26.09.2022 Green fingers and colorful flowering strips - Weihenstephan Forum: Contributions to an Urban Green Infrastructure

The loss of landscape structures and the associated decline of insects and other wildlife contribute to the biodiversity crisis. However, current environmental changes are not only leading to species declines but are also having...[more]

Award, Research | 27.09.2022 Award for soil scientist Dr. Peter Schad

Dr. Peter Schad, Chair of Soil Science (TUM), was awarded the Guy Smith Medal on 2 August 2022 during the XXII. World Congress of Soil Science in Glasgow. The medal is assigned by the Commission Soil Classification of the...[more]



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Getting to know each other at the start of the study

Our program for your start of studies in the winter semester 2022/23:

  • Welcome for Freshmen: Monday, 10 October
  • Welcome for Internationals: Monday, 10 October
  • Study program introductions: 11-12 October
  • Campus tours and much more

More information in our First Contact Program!

TUM@Freising - Science Explained for Everyone

Science explained for everyone - the TUM@Freising lecture series

at 7:00 pm | Lindenkeller Freising

  • Prof. Dr. Rupert Seidl
  • Topic "Forest dieback 2.0"

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Come to our first TUM-wide sustainability day! Get inspired. Network and get involved.

For students, employees, alumni and everyone who wants to learn more about sustainability at TUM.

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