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In-person courses at RUB are to be generally maintained, but have to be reduced as of 13 December. This is in response to the recent pandemic developments.
The new centres are being established in astronomy and religious research. In addition, a plasma research centre has been extended.
This is how the new coronavirus regulations affect RUB.
The Rectorate addresses the 2G vs. 3G debate in an open letter.
Global warming and ocean acidification are endangering the coral reef habitat that is home to many species. However, stony corals are able to react to climate change and put up defences against it.
Thomas Eiskirch will welcome international students on 26 November. You can sign up to attend the event.
Researchers from Bochum and Kiev are jointly pursuing new approaches for the treatment of obesity and diabetes. They have received start-up funding from the Federal Ministry of Education and Research.
The new Rectorate of the Ruhr University Bochum gets off to a good start with an additional vice-rectorate for diversity.
The well-being of children cannot be measured using the objective criteria of local social reporting alone. The UWE study asks directly.
The new Rector of RUB, Professor Martin Paul, addresses the members of RUB in an open letter.
In the summer semester 2022, RUB will implement changes in email usage. This will make communication via email a lot clearer.
Implementing the Sustainable Development Goals of the 2030 Agenda can’t be the task of governments alone.
So far, there is a lack of long-term models that depict absolute poverty in developing countries and effective measures to fight poverty in a sustainable way. The EU-funded joint project ADAPTED hopes to change that.
Closing the gap between basic and applied research is one of Ulf-Peter Apfel's goals.
When state authorities make a decision, one must know how it was reached. A legal scholar from Bochum investigates how international human rights set legally binding standards for administrative decision-making.
Technologies with low CO2 emissions are the focus of energy transition. However, some of them consume enormous freshwater resources – water that won’t be available in sufficient quantities in many regions in the future.
The chemical scientist has been awarded the Nobel Prize for his groundbreaking contribution to catalyst research. RUB and the RESOLV Cluster extend their heartfelt congratulations on this award!
The University has come up with a pragmatic solution to check the so-called 3G status of people attending seminars and lectures. Anyone who has been vaccinated or has recovered can now get a green vignette.
A single application on African farmland could boost soil quality and yields for years to come.
An economic system that is only designed for output without considering the environment is no longer appropriate today. RUB researchers are developing concepts for a sustainable circular economy.