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University Communications

University Communications organizes the central communication activities of the University of Bonn and is responsible for maintaining and developing its communication channels. We help to establish good, successful communications between members of the University, the media and the public, thereby assisting the University in fulfilling its important research and teaching responsibilities. 

Our Services

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Press Service

Not a day goes by without something new at the University. New knowledge is created every day by researchers at the University of Bonn. From Hofgarten to Venusberg, we provide the news faster than anyone else.

Publications

The University magazine, brochures and reports—the University of Bonn creates its own publications to provide information about its work.

Online Editing

The thousands of central webpages at the University of Bonn need constant editing to keep them up-to-date. We do that!

Social Media

We use social media to keep in contact with our fans and friends in Bonn and around the world

Corporate Design

Our corporate design ensures high recognition of the “University of Bonn” brand. We can help you use it.

Video and Photo Service

We put research and teaching in the proper light. We use photos and videos to present the University of Bonn and its members.

forsch. The University Magazine

What moves the University of Bonn? Who are the people behind the research results and programs offered? Read about it here!

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Team

Our team will advise you on all matters relating to communications, press relations and public relations. 

Latest News
"Mathematics fascinates me in how it applies to our daily lives"

Mathematics and life sciences - Sefah Frimpong is fascinated by this connection. The master's graduate in applied mathematics will begin his doctoral work on infectious diseases in populations at the beginning of this year. Prior to that, the 26-year-old Ghanaian paid a visit to the Hausdorff Center for Mathematics (HCM) Cluster of Excellence - as the first participant in the so-called YAM program. The visitor program, which lasts several months, enables talented and motivated African students and graduates to get to know the mathematical community at the University of Bonn. In an interview, Sefah Frimpong talks about his stay in Bonn and his plans for the future.

Help for stressed-out cells in a crisis

According to a team of plant researchers, mitochondria provide unexpected help for cells in a crisis by respiring away harmful substances. The current study produced by the Institute of Biology and Biotechnology of Plants (IBBP) at the University of Münster and the Institute of Crop Science and Resource Conservation (INRES) at the University of Bonn has been published in the journal Plant Cell.

Past stock prices mislead investors

Investors often decide how to invest based on past stock prices. In fact, however, future and past returns do not depend on each other. If investors are made aware of this error, they change their investment behavior. This is shown in a study by the team of economist Prof. Dr. Christine Laudenbach, member of the Cluster of Excellence ECONtribute: Markets & Public Policy at the University of Bonn. The study was published in advance as an "ECONtribute Discussion Paper".

“Bonn is the proper place for Clausius to be memorialized”

University of Bonn physicist Rudolf Clausius (1822-1888), famous for postulating the second law of thermodynamics and introducing the concept of entropy—a vital theorem of the natural sciences—was born in January 200 years ago. Surprisingly little is known about the life of this extraordinarily talented scientist, comparable in stature to Helmholtz, despite his great achievements in the field of physics, and the fact that he remained fully active in research on up into his later years. The last installment of the lecture series entitled “The Motive Force of Heat” was devoted to shedding more light on his research work for the lay public in an experiential way.

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