FAU is a full-spectrum university with a long tradition of research. Over 250 degree programmes and long-standing partnerships with international research institutions such as Max Planck, Fraunhofer and Helmholtz give staff and students the opportunity to look beyond the boundaries of their own subjects, network with others and consider research questions from different perspectives. FAU encourages its members to think in every direction – above all laterally! This diversity makes FAU one of Germany’s leading research universities.
Ein Forschungsteam der FAU hat eine neuartige Methode entwickelt, mit der Oberflächen auf der Nanoskala absolut sauber werden. Durch mechanische Kräfte werden dabei auch kleinste Kontaminationen bis zur atomaren Skala entfernt.
A type of video monitoring could help us get the better of coronavirus: Researchers at the Max Planck Institute for the Physics of Light and FAU are trying to observe how cells become infected with Sars-CoV-2 in real time. They are hoping to achieve this by installing a particularly powerful microscope in a high-security virology laboratory.
How can rural areas be developed so that they offer a culturally attractive place to live for young people? And how can libraries as a place of culture make a contribution? These are the questions the ‘Libraries, Digitalisation, and Cultural Education in Peripheral Areas’ project hopes to answer.