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On Thursday, 31 August 2023, DAAD Sri Lanka paid a visit to the German Embassy in Colombo to welcome His Excellency Dr. Felix Neumann, newly appointed Ambassador of the Federal Republic of Germany to Sri Lanka.
Last week representatives of the DAAD Regional Office New Delhi visited Bangladesh, met its scholarship holders from Afghanistan who are completing their education in Chittagong, interacted with Bangladeshi as well as German partners and organised the first ever Falling Walls Lab Bangladesh.
Shameea Sultana, a student of Institute of Leather Engineering and Technology, University of Dhaka was announced the winner of Falling Walla Lab Bangladesh 2023 by an eminent jury consisting of academicians and scientists. She presented her work on 'Breaking the Wall of Plastic Dependency'.
DAAD has an extensive network of Research Ambassadors spread over India, Bangladesh, Bhutan, Nepal and Sri Lanka. They have been involved in advanced research projects in Germany and are interested in promoting research in Germany among peers and students.
German Centre for Research and Innovation (DWIH) in New Delhi, which is managed by DAAD India, promotes the German research landscape in India and facilitates access to the Indian research and innovation ecosystem including funding and cooperation opportunities.
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Transport accounts for one-fifth of greenhouse gas emissions in Germany. Efforts to meet climate targets by speeding up a mobility transition include solar-powered delivery boats and electrifying roads to cut truck emissions.
As Dusseldorf hosts the Invictus Games for wounded soldiers, therapists and researchers have been discussing the effects of exercise on people with mood disorders. They say sports can help people overcome depression.
Biao Xiang, a social anthropologist from China, is director at the Max Planck Institute for Ethnological Research. He admires the will to innovate in German society and sees hurdles for young Chinese academics when starting their careers.
Students from Madagascar and Germany have developed a highly efficient cooker that runs on miscanthus grass pellets. They hope the fuel can replace charcoal as the cooking fuel of choice and help stop deforestation.