Issue on glass as a material and glass research at the University of Jena.

LICHTGEDANKEN 11

The Research Magazine
Issue on glass as a material and glass research at the University of Jena.
Image: Jens Meyer (University of Jena)

Feature

The glass bead necklaces from the 6th/7th century come from Hungary and are part of the collection in the department of Archaeology of Prehistory to Early Middle Ages at the University of Jena.
Image: Jens Meyer (University of Jena)
The solid liquid
Glass – our revolutionary companion
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Dr Birgit Kreher-Hartmann in »her realm«, the Mineralogical Collection of the University of Jena.
Dr Birgit Kreher-Hartmann – ​scientist, musician, collector
Distribution of the plant packages in the Botanical Garden of the University of Jena in March 2022.
How citizens support researchers at the University of Jena
Prof. Dr Alexander Gröschner, Educational Scientist at the Chair for Research on Teaching and Learning.
What happens after the pandemic?
Joachim von Puttkamer is Professor of Eastern European History at the University of Jena and heads the »Imre Kertész Kolleg«.
»We should be thinking beyond Putin's era«
Berthold Delbrück initiated the possibility of retirement for professors at the University of Jena.
The master of syntax
Kurator Dr. Jörn Hentschel sortiert Herbarbelege im Depot des Herbarium Haussknecht der Universität Jena. Mit mehr als drei Millionen Belegen getrockneter Pflanzen, der rund 170 000 bibliographischen Einheiten umfassenden Bibliothek und dem umfangreichen Archiv gehört das Herbarium Haussknecht zu den 20 größten Herbarien weltweit.
Extensive plant archive

Further topics

Nikolai Miklucho-Maclay made this depiction of a human skull as an illustration for Carl Gegenbaur's lecture notes.
Notes from Haeckel's lecture theatre
Transcripts and sketches provide insights into mid-19th century teaching in zoology and anatomy
Notice

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