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As healthcare is changing, more and more data is being generated. Still, the crucial elements are ultimately people and their behaviour.
In our increasingly digital world, physical activity is a key health resource. Digital solutions help us to harness it.
RUB has received numerous questions about a study on paraplegia in mice.
Artificial intelligence, smart surveillance and other digital technologies demand new moral conceptions for life under new conditions.
The Cluster of Excellence RESOLV focuses on people and diversity. This pays off in high visibility.
How search engines can help us test our philosophical theories.
The shapes of the components optimised by an algorithm appear strangely familiar. This is no coincident: they undergo an evolution process comparable to biological processes.
Digitalisation is nothing new. Those who are aware of this can approach technology calmly.
All students must re-register for the summer semester 2021 by 26 February.
The written examination period is approaching – in the middle of the pandemic. How is RUB handling this? Vice Rector Kornelia Freitag explains the decision-making process for changes to examination dates and formats.
When disciplines merge, they reveal fascinating connections. This is why education must become more interdisciplinary.
Boosting the efficiency of plasmas tenfold with the same energy input.
Once the inhomogeneous character of plasmas became apparent, not everyone was pleased. However, this characteristic has some advantages, for example for the industry.
Data analysis within education can make learning easier. But only if it is not an end in itself.
Working from home and online teaching wherever possible – nothing is set to change there for the time being.
How can crime in virtual space be prevented?
Photosynthetic proteins can convert light energy into other forms of energy. Researchers want to make this technology usable for the industrial production of fuels, for example.
Fewer accidents, more sustainability, more effective learning, more democratic societies: digitalisation can deliver all of this.
From 16 December until provisionally 10 January 2021, all lessons and examinations at RUB will be taking place online.
Analyzing nanoparticles individually is a challenge precisely because they are so small. A new technique using electron microscopy and a robotic arm could make the process much easier.