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In 1969, Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin landed on the moon. They were the first men to set foot on the moon, 384,400 kilometres away from Earth. The joint exhibition between the Museum of Communication, Nuremberg, and FAU 'Spaceship Living Room. The moon landing as a media event’ runs until 22 September, and is well worth a visit.

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Under Donald Trump, the USA seems to be heading towards an economic conflict with the EU. Can the current situation already be classed as a trade war? How can companies react to the current US trade policy and do they have any legal means at their disposal? Four experts from FAU give their opinion.

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The MIT Germany programme, a cooperation between FAU and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), promotes joint projects in research and teaching. One of these projects is the Global Teaching Labs. In these labs, MIT students hope to inspire school pupils with enthusiasm for STEM subjects. Phoebe Li and Kenny Derek from MIT visited FAU in January and taught pupils at Ohm Gymnasium in Erlangen.

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Physics students at FAU won the German Physicists’ Tournament in 2018. They are now representing Germany at an international physics tournament. Here come the FAUltiere.

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Prof. Dr. Jörg Libuda has been head of the new Chair of Interface Research and Catalysis at the Department of Chemistry and Pharmacy since February 2019. However, Libuda, is not new to FAU. There’s a good reason why: ‘The culture of cooperation is a very special feature of this university’.

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Can virtual worlds be relaxing? FAU informatics professor Björn Eskofier is working in this field in cooperation with other scientists from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

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Three subjects all rolled into one? There’s no such thing? Yes, there is! Integrated Life Sciences. FAU is the only institution in Germany to offer this unique subject.