New funding awards from the University of Osnabrück go to systems scientists
The awards from the University of Osnabrück recognize the excellent achievements of students. In the academic year 2022/23, two systems scientists were successful. Domnik Lammers was awarded the scholarship prize by Intevation GmbH, and Venja Schoenke received the study prize from Felix Schoeller Holding GmbH & Co. KG! Congratulations on these prestigious honors!
Prof. Dr. Claudia Pahl-Wostl is one of the most cited researchers worldwide
It is a great honor for Prof. Dr. Claudia Pahl-Wostl and also a sign of the interdisciplinary research orientation at Osnabrück University: The environmental systems scientist is represented in the annual scientific ranking "Highly Cited Researchers" in the category "Cross Field (across disciplines)". See also the article in the Neue Osnabrücker Zeitung (in German language).
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Improving biodiversity in agriculture: IUSF participates in large-scale EU project.
Dramatic losses of biodiversity are also attributable to the way land is managed and the extent to which it is managed. The EU-funded project "FRAMEwork" aims to develop an approach in which farmers work together to improve biodiversity on European farmland in the long term. The environmental economists Prof. Dr. Stefanie Engel and Dr. Fabian Thomas, both from the Research Center Institute for Environmental Systems Research at the University of Osnabrück, are taking on an important sub-project to design incentives for farmers to participate in collaborative activities to increase biodiversity.