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Research Awards for the Promotion of Young Scientists in Food Chemistry

Mr. Hanke presents a cheque to Dr. Froschmeier

The Silesia-Clemens Hanke Foundation supports young scientists in food chemistry at the Wissenschaftszentrum Weihenstephan with a doctoral prize and two prizes each for bachelor's and master's graduates.[more]


TUM IdeAward for outstanding business ideas - Support for teams from medical technologies, robotics and agriculture

The winners are happy about their prices

Bringing research results to society with good business ideas is the aim of the three teams that received the TUM IdeAward yesterday evening. The prize will help them found start-ups in the fields of medical technology, robotics...[more]


The most highly cited researchers worldwide - Nine TUM professors included in the "Highly Cited Researchers" ranking

Prof. Kögel-Knabner and Prof. Weisser in the laboratory and on the meadow.

Nine researchers at TUM are among the world's most recognized scientific minds. Their names can be found in the latest "Highly Cited Researchers” rankings, compiled on the basis of the number of citations in scientific...[more]


Max Schönleutner Medal for President Emeritus W. A. Herrmann - The Future of Agricultural Sciences

The bearers of the Max Schönleutner Medal 2019 with their laudators.

The former President of the Technical University of Munich (TUM), Professor Dr. Wolfgang A. Herrmann, received the medal of the Max Schönleutner Gesellschaft Weihenstephan (MSGW) at their 10th anniversary celebration. Gerd...[more]


Many visitors at the International Day - International students were very committed

Foreign students play music

On Wednesday, November 6, 2019, the International Office of the TUM School of Life Sciences celebrated its fifth International Day in the Central Lecture Hall Building on the TUM Campus Weihenstephan."Approximately 250...[more]


Discover the World - The TUM School of Life Science celebrates an International Day

[Translate to english:] International students show the peculiarities of their home countries.

Whether from China, Iran, Italy, Poland or India - students and employees at the TUM School of Life Science in Freising come from more than 60 countries. In the meantime, even every fifth person who studies or works on campus has...[more]


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