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Insights into the quantum world
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Media tip: TV report on research in the field of quantum technology

Insights into the quantum world

Computers that solve complex problems in the shortest possible time, guaranteed tap-proof networks, and intelligent sensors: quantum technologies could radically change our world in the coming decades. At the same time, however, the new developments are raising more social questions. Researchers from the Technical University of Munich (TUM) provide insights into the current state of research in a report on SAT.1 Bayern.

TUM in the media Research Quantum Technologies
Start-up team building a prototype.
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Financial Times ranking

UnternehmerTUM is Europe's best start-up hub

Award for TUM's entrepreneurship ecosystem: The Financial Times has named UnternehmerTUM as the best start-up hub in Europe, scoring particularly well with its strong network. Other international media have also drawn attention to TUM's entrepreneurship successes.

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Media tip: TV report on the work at the future location of TUM's young academy

New life for the Hans Albers Villa

The overgrown former estate of film star Hans Albers and his partner Hansi Burg on the shores of Lake Starnberg is currently being transformed into a new home for the Young Academy of the Technical University of Munich (TUM). It is to become a place of encounter and remembrance.

Campus news Studies TUM in the media
Citizens Lab on Marienplatz
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ZDF culture magazine Aspekte at TUM

What is Bavaria's culture of innovation like?

Jo Schück, presenter of the ZDF culture magazine Aspekte, explored the character of Bavaria on a long reporting trip. In Munich, he met with innovation researcher Prof. Sebastian Pfotenhauer, UnternehmerTUM CEO Prof. Helmut Schönenberger and Alona Kharchenko from robotics start-up Devanthro to discuss the state's culture of innovation.

Entrepreneurship Research TUM in the media
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SZ interview with Vice President for Sustainable Transformation Prof. Werner Lang

Students as pioneers of sustainability

Sustainability is one of the most important topics at the Technical University of Munich (TUM) - and one that affects almost all areas of research, teaching and operations. Since 2022, there has been the TUM Sustainable Futures Strategy 2030 and, since this year, the office of Vice President for Sustainable Transformation. Prof. Werner Lang, holder of the Chair for Energy Efficient and Sustainable Planning and Building, has taken on this role.

Community Sustainability TUM in the media
A woman working with biotech equipment
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BR presents bioengineering program

DNA analysis in schools

PCR equipment, genetic engineering, enzyme reactions – it is still extremely rare to see pupils carrying out biotechnology experiments in school classrooms. This is made possible under a program offered by TUM and the Amgen Foundation and by the school network of the Schülerforschungszentrum Berchtesgadener Land, a research center for pupils. The broadcaster BR was on hand as a school class carried out a DNA analysis experiment.

Teaching TUM in the media
Astrid Séville
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Prof. Astrid Séville invited to BR Dossier Politik broadcast

Is democracy holding up in the crisis?

How does the German federal government communicate in the current crisis situation? How openly should politicians admit to problems? How can they counteract pessimism and populism? In Dossier Politik, a weekly political program by the broadcaster Bayerischer Rundfunk, Astrid Séville, a professor of political philosophy and theory, explains how democracy can stand its ground in a fundamental crisis.

Research TUM in the media
Bacteria and bacteria-like unicellular organisms were the first forms of life that evolved on our planet.
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“Exzellent erklärt” podcast about the “ORIGINS” Cluster of Excellence

The beginnings of life

Billions of years ago, life emerged on Earth. Which external circumstances made this possible and what “ingredients” were necessary for it, however, remain important open questions in science. Researchers in the “ORIGINS” Cluster of Excellence at TUM and Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München are working with several partners in order to find answers. In the latest podcast in the “Exzellent erklärt" series, two experts from the cluster explain their research into better understanding the beginnings of life.

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Track and field athlete Christina Hering doing performance diagnostics at TUM

Real-time data for optimized training

Just a few meters from the Olympic Stadium, at the new Sports and Health Sciences Campus, research is being conducted into state-of-the-art performance diagnostics. Christina Hering, 13-time German 800-meter champion and TUM alumna, is working with a team from the Chair of Performance Analysis and Sports Informatics on her load control and running technique. German TV station ZDF accompanied her.

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The picture shows Lithium-ion batteries in different colours.
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Podcast episode of the series “Exzellent erklärt” about the Cluster of Excellence “e-conversion”

Convertible Energy

To use energy from natural sources like sun, wind and water, it must be converted and stored. The Cluster of Excellence “e-conversion” explores the fundamentals of such processes. In the new podcast episode about the cluster, Sina Stegmaier, PhD graduate student in the field of chemistry, explains the problems of energy storage in batteries and which solutions researchers work on. She graduates at the Chair of Theoretical Chemistry at TUM, supervised by Prof. Karsten Reuter.

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