Martin Luther University Halle-Wittenberg

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Shino Yuo
Referentin Internationale Alumni

phone: 0345-55 21549
fax: 0345-55 27427

Universitätsring 19/20
06108 Halle (Saale)

postal address:
Martin-Luther-Universität Halle-Wittenberg
International Office
06099 Halle (Saale)

Dorothea Diezmann
Studentische Mitarbeiterin

phone: +49 345 5521745
fax: +49 345 5527427

International Office
06099 Halle (Saale)

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Publications

Here you will find publications of our university.

Annual Magazine

The Annual Magazine 2017 is available in German only. For regular updates on MLU's activities in English, we recommend you to consult the online magazine "Campus Halensis   ".

To access the articles in English, please choose one of the categories "Featured", "Science", "Campus", "People" and "Miscellaneous" on the top right of the page. Then, you can navigate to the archive at the bottom right to find all articles available in English.

Scientia halensis

I am very sorry that Scientia Halensis is only in German. But you can find some of the articles in English here.

From edition 1/2018:

From edition 2/2017:

  • Better prepared for school     here   
  • "Posh schools" versus "Schools for the poor"    here   
  • Positive psychology   here   
  • World biodiversity council: Researchers from Central Germany actively involved   here   

From edition 1/2017:

  • What remains     here
  • Luther's Leucorea: Research in Wittenberg    here
  • How does Luther impact you and your research?     here
  • Indian Ocean Studies: ideas that travel    here
  • context: The Microbiome    here

From edition 2/2016:

  • Measuring nature    here
  • There is no road map    here
  • Oil in Chad: a blessing and a curse    here
  • Ice age in Ethiopia: refuge in the mountains?    here
  • Luther’s legacy    here
  • The memory of a city    here
  • Context: CRISPR/Cas9 gene scissors    here

From edition 1/2016:

  • Making science freely available: Open access publishing     here
  • “Success means having scientific insight”     here
  • Fascinated by plants     here

From edition 3/2015:

  • Steintor-Campus: All moved in      here

From edition 1/2015:

  • News from the past     here
  • Against risks and side effects     here

From edition 4/2014:

  • Rocks relay messages from the Bronze Age     here

From edition 3/2014:

  • A successful crossover     here
  • Help for students in need     here
  • Jubilee spurs on research     here

From edition 2/2014:

  • Design meets science     here
  • Targeting tropical diseases     here

From edition 1/2014:

  • The mummy’s colourful clothes     here
  • An emotional journey to the ancestors     here

From edition 4/2013:

  • Removed from office, banished from the university    here
  • Unforgotten injustice    here

From edition 3/2013:

  • Two universities, two countries, two degrees    here
  • From plants to human cells: Universal genetic scissors    here

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