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JARA | BRAIN

Prof. Katrin Amunts, a brain researcher from Jülich and JARA-BRAIN member, has been awarded the prestigious Hector Science Prize 2021. The Hector Foundation awards the prize, which is endowed with 150,000 euros, to German scientists for outstanding research achievements and commitment to promoting young scientists. A festive award ceremony is planned for May 2022 in Heidelberg.

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JARA | ENERGY

At the JARA-ENERGY Talks on January 17, 2022, Marc van Stiphout spoke about the European Green Deal and the connection with Horizon Europe. In his presentation, the Deputy Head of Unit of the Research, Innovation, Competitiveness and Digitalization Unit in the European Commission's Directorate-General for Energy outlined the key objectives of the two programs.

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JARA | FIT

A new video from the JARA-FIT Institute for Quantum Information highlights the work and research of women in this exciting field of research. The research field is experiencing strong growth and offers many opportunities, for research and further development. With the video, the institute would like to inspire women in particular for this research field.

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JARA | ENERGY

With the "International Master' s Program in Energy and Green Hydrogen" (IMP-EGH), Forschungszentrum Jülich and RWTH Aachen University want to qualify students in West African countries for the future topic of "green hydrogen". After a kick-off last October in Niamey/Niger, the official starting signal on the German side has now been given in Jülich.

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On February 14, 2022, researchers from the Cluster of Excellence Matter and Light for Quantum Information – ML4Q from the Universities of Bonn, Cologne, Aachen, and Forschungszentrum Jülich have organized a virtual taster afternoon on the fascinating topic of quantum computing.

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