Counting lights for science: The research project Nachtlicht-BüHNE is looking for interested people to become Citizen Scientists in Sept & Oct to record the use of light in their surroundings via app
The simulations show how chemical groundwater quality in the Pra Basin develops. The approach can be transferred to other areas.
Distinct deformation pattern along the plate boundary below the Sea of Marmara: unique new insights into earthquake hazard and seismic risk for a megacity
Modeling suggests that volcanic eruptions of diamond-bearing rocks are caused by the breakup of Earth plates
The EU project SUBMERSE aims to use submarine cables of existing research data networks for novel research approaches - as DAS or SoP sensors to monitor earthquake zones, volcanoes or oceans.
New study identifies shift to an El Niño-like phase between 1600 and 1900 A.D. by sediment analysis of a Philippine lake
In the City Cube of Messe Berlin, host GFZ welcomes ~5,000 participants from over 100 countries to one of the world's largest geoscientific conferences.
Simulation study identifies previously unaccounted particle loss processes. Implications e.g. for satellite hazards, Earth magnetic field studies and atmosphere.
On 14 June, the new Start-up and Innovation Floor GITA was officially inaugurated on Telegrafenberg – in the presence of the GFZ Board of Trustees and guests from the regional start-up ecosystem.
Come by! On June 17, 2023, the Long Night of the Sciences will take place on Potsdam's Telegrafenberg, among other places. The institutes AIP, AWI, GFZ and PIK located here cordially invite you.