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Einstein in Berlin – Arrival (Part II: fame, love and tears) by ‘OTA-Berlin Constituency Blog’ contributor Aant Elzinga

Thursday, September 9th, 2010

Berlin

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The illustrations added to the written article are from Wikipedia unless otherwise noted.The opinions expressed are not necessarily those of OTA-Berlin but of the contributor

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Einstein in Berlin – Arrival (part I: A deal too good to refuse) – ‘OTA Berlin Constituency Blog’ special science feature – contributor Aant Elzinga

Saturday, September 4th, 2010

This short series of articles ‘Einstein in Berlin’ by Aant Elzinga is copyrighted to its owner OTA-Berlin GmbH.

It may be reproduced or copied only with the prior written permission of OTA-Berlin GmbH. www.ota-berlin.deThe illustrations added to the written article are from Wikipedia unless otherwise noted.

The opinions expressed are not necessarily those of OTA-Berlin but of the contributor

Berlin

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Berlin – a city of science: the von Humboldt legacy – ‘OTA-Berlin Constituency Blog’ contribution from Hendrik Lorenz

Wednesday, September 1st, 2010

Berlin – a city of science: the von Humboldt legacy

In the long-term historical perspective, transformation of universities in the Western world used to mean reshaping older institutions into a modern form, spurred by the European Enlightenment movement.

The transformation was the result of a tenacious struggle for freedom of thought and the right of scholars and scientists to undertake research unconditionally without an […] Continue Reading…