Eva Kantelhardt in conversation with her Ethiopian colleague Veronica Afework (left) in Halle
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30.06.2023 in Featured, Science

Cooperation on an equal footing

Professor Eva Kantelhardt is a medical doctor committed to improving healthcare in African countries. One focus of her work is the treatment of cancer in women in Ethiopia and other sub-Saharan countries. Read more

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30.06.2023 in Featured, Science

“Social cohesion begins in the daycare centre”

Daycare groups, especially in cities, are nowhere near as diverse as the population structure in the surrounding community. Why is that and what does it mean? Education professor, Dr Johanna Mierendorff, talks about the findings of her research project “Preschool provision and segregation”. Read more

Acrylamide is produced during the preparation of certain foods such as french fries and is considered as probably carcinogenic to humans. However, its levels have been reduced with the help of food chemistry.
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05.10.2022 in Science, Context

Nature isn’t always on our side

For many people, food and chemicals just don’t belong together. But does a long list of ingredients and additives mean that our food is unnatural or even unhealthy? Professor Daniel Wefers, a food chemist from the University of Halle, advocates a more pragmatic view of things. Read more

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