05.03.2014| Potsdam: Scientists at the GFZ German Research Centre for Geosciences and industry partners have developed a mobile bypass system to investigate the impact of temperature-dependent microbial processes in geothermal plants.
Measurements of GPS signals that are reflected off the sea surface allow the detection of sea surface height differences with centimetre precision. Scientists from the German Research Centre for Geosciences GFZ together with colleagues from the...
Tsunami Early Warning System: Jörn Lauterjung awarded the Federal Cross of Merit
Interview | Jens Wickert: "The future belongs to small satellites"
Personalia | Benjamin Männel elected to the Governing Board of the International GNSS...
"Tipping point" towards desertification
Another ERC Grant for GFZ Taylor Schildgen will receive 1.9 million euros for her research
Personalia | Numerous awards for GFZ scientists at the AGU‘s annual meeting
Personalia | Sophia Walther received Ernst Reuter Prize of Freie Universität Berlin
Round table for data
GFZ spin-off DiGOS wins Berlin Brandenburg Innovation Award
Personalia | Kate Maher from Stanford University appointed as next Helmholtz International...