Susanne Liebner is "W2-Professor for Molecular Environmental Microbiology" at the University of Potsdam since November 1 – a joint appointment with the GFZ, where she is doing research in the "Geomicrobiology" section.
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Simona Regenspurg, head of the working group "Geothermal Fluids" in the Geoenergy Section, is Editor-in-Chief of the Journal “Geothermal Energy”.
The combination of smart city lighting and satellite imagery allows measurements of the contribution of street lights to urban lighting for the first time.
The effects of bedrock on biodiversity and landscape relief were studied globally.
How a greenhouse catastrophe killed nearly all life.
International simulation study shows that alternative explanatory models such as asteroid impacts do not generate sufficiently large magnetic fields.
The Geodesy Committee of the Bavarian Academy of Sciences (DGK) has awarded this year's Science Prize to Dr.-Ing. Kyriakos Balidakis.
“Billions of Years of Earth Evolution” is the overarching motto for the new Science Plan of the International Continental Scientific Drilling Program, ICDP.
New findings from Istanbul raise hope that preceding signs of massive earthquakes can be detected.