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New award for doctoral programmes

The Einstein Foundation will grant its very first award for outstanding doctoral programmes in 2017. Altogether, the prize money will amount to one million euro and will recognise programmes that...read more »


How immune cells can self-renew

A German-French team led by Einstein BIH Visiting Fellow Michael Sieweke has now discovered how a type of specialized immune cell can divide and self-renew almost indefinitely.


First Einstein New Year’s Reception

To ring in the New Year, the Einstein Foundation welcomed around 100 guests from science, politics and business, for the first Einstein New Year’s Reception on 18 January 2016 at the Red Town Hall...read more »


When proteins shake hands

Inauguration of a new mass spectrometer with Einstein Professor Juri Rappsilber at the Technische Universität Berlin


From Princeton to Berlin

Over the next three years, the Einstein Foundation Berlin will fund top international researchers with a total of roughly seven million euros. The scientists hail from cities such as Princeton,...read more »


Two new Einstein Centres for Berlin

The Einstein Foundation announced plans to fund two additional Einstein Centres: the Einstein Centre for Neurosciences and the Einstein Centre for Catalysis. Funding will begin in January 2016 and...read more »


Science happens between people

On September 16th noble prize winner and Einstein BIH Visiting Fellow Thomas Südhof was welcomed at the Café Einstein Unter den Linden.


Call for proposals

The Einstein Foundation is again calling for proposals for the Einstein Visiting Fellowships. Application deadline is January 15, 2016. Here you will find the application form and more information:read more »


First German-Israeli Doctoral Program

The Research Training Group "Human Rights under Pressure" is devoted to the subject of human rights from a transnational perspective.


"When Tumors return"

Einstein Professor Angelika Eggert and her colleagues at the Charité - Universitätsmedizin have gained new insights into the genetic makeup of tumors.

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Apply now

You can apply for all programmes (except Einstein Visiting Fellows!) until 30 May 2016 (or 28 November 2016). Please notice that the internal deadline of the universities is 18 April 2016 (or mid/end of October). Further information regarding the programmes and application forms can be found here.


International Conference "Changing Views in Cancer" of Charité-Universitätsmedizin Berlin

Berlin Digital Humanities Price 2016: Award ceremony in the Berlin-Brandenburg Academy of Sciences and Humanities

23. - 24.06.2016
Workshop "Japan’s Grand Strategic Choices in a Changing Asia" with Einstein Visiting Fellow Richard Samuels