KMS press releases and news

Flooded road

Heavy rain and heatwaves: climate change with its extreme weather conditions is putting pressure on water and sewage systems as well as on the…

People with safety helmets on a ship

Professor Julia Gottschalk can trace the condition of the ocean back several million years in the sediment of the seabed. The processes in today's…

Underwater: a piece of concrete overgrown with plants

Students at the interdisciplinary Master School of Marine Sciences aim to bring new life to built-up coastal waters through the Living Sea Walls…

White beach at St. Peter Ording with blue sky

The beach at St. Peter Ording is to a large extent unique, but despite its huge dimensions its long-term future is at risk. As part of a major…

Five people in front of a ship lying on a quay edge

The SEA-EU European university alliance is setting standards for future transnational cooperation in research, teaching and knowledge transfer

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Exchange between Kiel and Gdansk under the umbrella of the international project reSEArch EU

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International science team with participation of Kiel University have dug up all available geothermal heat flow data in and around Greenland


Call for applications now open!


Pan-European University network is growing

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A new study indicates that severe monsoon failure in the Indian subcontinent is more likely under the current global warming scenario

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