18. December 2014 |

Christmas in a host family

Family Herrmann with Fadzai from Simbabwe and Mitesh from India
International students celebrate Christmas with German families … weiterlesen
Recycling rare earth from fluorescent waste
The technology has been successfully transferred into industrial production making it a model of technology transfer at the university. … weiterlesen
The participants of the Short Course
Top-class speakers and participants from all over the world came to the ‘Silver Town’ on the occasion of the 13th Freiberg “Short Course in economic Geology” from 8 to 12 December. … weiterlesen
Green light for the largest resources network in Europe - EIT Raw Materials … weiterlesen
Logo of the German Resources Efficiency Prize
The Freiberg Institute of Nonferrous Metallurgy and Purest Materials is among the laureates. … weiterlesen
Dead Sea Coast (c) TU BAF/Mandy Hoyer
The Dead Sea is not only very salty; it is also shrinking: Within the last 30 years, its water level has dropped by 28 meters – and this has consequences for humans and the environment. … weiterlesen
They are especially hard and tough: the new high-performance materials, which the Research School was able to produce for the first time. … weiterlesen
(c) Jürgen Lösel
Initial research findings of the Biohydrometallurgical Center presented at the meeting of the Foundation Committee of the Dr. Erich Krüger Foundation. … weiterlesen
Three steles were unveiled in the yard of the main university building. They document the foundation history of the Bergakademie. … weiterlesen
Michelle Bachelet
On 28 October, Michelle Bachelet was awarded the honorary doctorate of the Faculty of Geosciences, Geoengineering and Mining of the TU Bergakademie Freiberg in the presence of Stanislaw Tillich, Prime Minister of the Free State of Saxony. … weiterlesen