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Can the answer to a fair method for resettling refugees in the EU be found at the level of local government? The study ‘The pathway via municipalities’ has explored this issue in more detail and gives specific recommendations for how best to use the potential of towns and municipalities in EU refugee policy.

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Vera and Martin Seeburg met at FAU and recently got married. In our interview, they tell us how they met and also tell us what their favourite place at the university is.

Category: Research

An international team of glaciologists have provided a new estimate for the volume of ice in glaciers throughout the world, excluding the Greenland and Antarctic ice sheets. Their conclusion: previous calculations overestimated the volume of the glaciers in High Mountain Asia.

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Scientists are researching how the Spanish used in society in Cuba has evolved since the Communist revolution of 1959. Over the next few years they intend to create a linguistic corpus of media texts, debates and posters directed at the public.

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The FAU Collection of Prints and Drawings is highly regarded in artistic circles throughout the world. The collection has remained unchanged since the 18th century, its inventory of drawings from Old Masters from certain periods is unique. Thanks to a donation from the Ernst von Siemens Kunststiftung, the scientific re-examination and restoration of the collection can be concluded.

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Approximately 500 million years ago, the evolution of a mineralised vertebrate skeleton had a knock-on effect, causing many new species to emerge, which in turn conquered new habitats. But how exactly did the skeleton develop? This is the question being investigated by a palaeontologist from FAU.

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Prof. Gardini, Chair of International Business and Society Relations with Focus on Latin America, is a proven expert on the partnership between the EU and Latin America. Since 2018, he has been a member of an international consortium which aims to investigate and analyse the relationship between the two regions and make recommendations for future policy.