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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News

11.01.2021 Courage, energy and confidence for the coming year - Digital New Year’s reception at the TUM School of Life Sciences

Winners of the award of the city of Freising

The start of the new year at the TUM School of Life Sciences usually means a New Year’s reception; this year for the first time, it is in digital form. The dean of the life Sciences Campus of the Technical University of Munich...[more]

Research, Award | 19.01.2021 Highly endowed EU grants for research at TUM - ERC announces five prestigious Consolidator Grants

The European Research Council (ERC) has awarded five Consolidator Grants to scientists at the Technical University of Munich (TUM). The recipients will use the funding to pursue research in quantum computers, sustainable aluminum...[more]

Research | 19.01.2021 Artificial intelligence decodes the development of plant tissue - Cellular composition of the Arabidopsis ovule shown in 3D for the first time

3D representation of the model plant

A team of researchers from the TUM School of Life Sciences has analyzed the complete cellular composition of the ovule of the model plant Arabidopsis thaliana for the first time. To do so, they used state-of-the-art microscopy...[more]

Award, Campus | Food sciences engineer honored - Bavarian Prize for Excellence in Teaching goes to Heiko Briesen

Professor Heiko Briesen have been honored with the "Bavarian Prize for Excellence in Teaching" at state universities in Bavaria. Bernd Sibler, Bavarian Minister of Science and the Arts, recognized the process engineer at the...[more]

Events

Colloquium Molecular Mechanisms of Agronomic Traits

Colloquium "Molecular Mechanisms of Agronomic Traits":

  • Prof. Dr. Simon Krattinger (King Abdullah University, SA)
  • Genomic innovation to harness genetic diversity in cereal crops.
  • Host: Prof. Dr. Caroline Gutjahr
Themed Weeks University Library

Sweeten Up Your Skills – Coffee Break Web Seminars:
from January to April
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Topics from literature search to citation and reference management to publishing at TUM, citation-based research evaluation and bibliometrics.

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TUM Virtual Master’s Fair

Discover TUM, our master's degree programs at the Weihenstephan Campus and the advising services in our virtual fairground.
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German Writing Assistance

German Writing Assistance
from the TUM Language Center for international students and researchers at TUM: especially for thesis, dissertation, letters of application or CVs.
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