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Is it necessary to curtail our freedom to improve security? Theresa Bosl analyses how counter-terrorism in Germany might be reformed.
The Central Equal Opportunities Office has published its magazine “CHANCEN=”.
In Germany, teenagers are permitted to drink beer, wine and sparkling wine from the age of 16. Alcohol consumption then rises substantially – and so does criminal behaviour.
As part of her ERC Starting Grant, Anna Böhmer is researching specific electron states in superconductors. The recently discovered phenomenon raises many questions.
Responsible approach to the pandemic and getting back together as a community: Rector Professor Martin Paul talks about what’s important in the summer semester.
Searching for clues and leads is still something investigators have to do themselves. But if they find creepy-crawlies at the crime scene, these creatures can be of great help.
A Bochum research team studies spatial memory – and shows that dopamine is significantly involved in recall performance.
Many patients experience trauma as something that will never let them go. Researchers at RUB are taking steps to change that using a simple computer training.
What is the difference between the brains of criminals and non-criminals?
The Studienbrücke programme that enables students from Russia and Ukraine to study in German continues – and for good reason. Participants share their experiences.
What kind of people commit racially motivated acts of violence and what does this entail?
Today, it is undisputed that German troops committed genocide in South West Africa during the colonial era. An editorial project reveals the perspective of a perpetrator – and a prominent perpetrator at that.
When a man kills his (ex-)partner, the courts may consider it a less serious offence than other homicides. This is what some court decisions indicate. Julia Habermann checks the statistics for verification.
RUB experts discuss the implications of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine for international law.
The RUB Rectorate speaks out on the attacks on Ukraine.
The German Rectors’ Conference and the German Academic Exchange Service condemn the Russian attack on Ukraine. Counselling for those affected is available at three contact points at RUB.
It replaces the green vignette with immediate effect and is only valid for people who have received their booster shot. There will be a transition period until the end of February 2022.
RUB not only had very close ties with the late Desmond Tutu, the university also feels deeply committed to his legacy – and that means embracing a diversity agenda!
Vice-Rector Kornelia Freitag addresses RUB students with plans for the summer semester 2022.
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