Christopher Kyba's publication on light pollution is voted first place in the "Wissen der Vielen – Forschungspreis für Citizen Science" and receives prize money
Sascha Brune, Head of Section 2.5 Geodynamic Modelling, is appointed Professor of Tectonophysics at the University of Potsdam with effect from 01.12.2023.
Latest analyses of data from the region since 2014 show signs of precursor phenomena in the form of spatially and temporally clustered quake sequences in the 8 months before the quake
Eight partner institutions, including the GFZ German Research Centre for Geosciences and the Fraunhofer IEG, conclude a cooperation agreement to promote a low-CO2 and import-independent energy supply.
Special fine structures were identified in thousands of tiny zircon crystals using transmission electron microscopy – as evidence in favour of the impact theory.
The ERC Consolidator Grant project “Glass2Melt” will investigate glasses and melts under high pressures and temperatures to create a model of Earth’s ancient magma ocean.
The satellite trio still provides high-quality data of the Earth's magnetic field – processed by the GFZ, among others, also for the prediction of space weather and auroras.
Sanja Panovska won the 1.500 euros EGU Outreach Prize 2023 to realize a booklet for kids with games and puzzles about different geoscience fields. In an interview she gives insights into the project.
The German Research Centre for Geosciences and the Brandenburg Ministry of Economic Affairs and Energy are organising the Brandenburg Hydrogen Day for the first time today.
As part of the CAWa-Green project, the 6th edition of the “Tashkent Water Security Lectures” took place in Uzbekistan at the end of October – on the topic of water security in Central Asia