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Chemists and engineers at FAU are working on designing locomotives which run on green hydrogen, whilst mathematicians are optimising timetables to cut electricity consumption by trains.

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Veronika Grimm, professor of economics and energy market researcher at FAU, discusses new mobility concepts, alternative drive systems and the question of what we can learn from the coronavirus pandemic.

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The silk roads were once the most important trading routes between Europe and China. At the same time, they encouraged the spread of Christianity towards the East. Today, the old idea is experiencing a not entirely uncontroversial revival in the concept of the ‘New Silk Road’.

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During the course of 2015, a topic which had tended to take a back seat in media reports and political debate suddenly hit the headlines: refugees and migration. It has never entirely gone away since. Researchers at FAU have an important role to play in this respect: they ask searching questions, they are a valuable source of advice and experience, they can see the bigger picture and think to the future.

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People who live in one country and commute to another to work are proof of the success of European integration, but there are still stumbling blocks along the way.

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More individual solutions, faster delivery and lower costs. Modern logistics in an increasingly connected and technological world involves much more than simply transporting goods efficiently from A to B.

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Individuals who engaged in physical exercise regularly as children will most probably continue to do so as adults – and benefit from the positive effects it has on their health. But boys and girls are active to different degrees: Why is that and what can we do about it? Interview with Professor Anne Reimers, Professor for Sport Science and Chair of Physical Activity and Public Health at FAU.