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Symbolic picture for the EU project LAWtrain: a team from the University of Passau develops training materials on European procedural law

Legal expertise from Passau for lawyers across Europe

For the EU project LAWtrain, a team from the University of Passau is working with lawyers from six EU countries. Together they develop training materials on European procedural law.

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Professor Jan Krämer about digital platform economy

A challenge for market regulation

Professor Jan Krämer examines how the sharing of data changes market power in the digital platform economy. With a new DFG project he intends to gather new insights on the debate about regulation.

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Phil Bednarczyk delivering a lecture at the University of Passau in December 2018.

Vibrant debates on German and European identity

Phil Bednarczyk, political advisor on Europe for the US Congress, has spent the last months as Robert Bosch Fellow in Passau and Dresden. Here are his impressions.

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Two pupils using the classEx@school software on their smartphones

classEx@school – smartphone experiments for education

ClassEx@school is a software that allows students and school pupils to experience economic concepts on their smartphones. The web application is already being used by more than 80 schools.

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The EU-project SUNI-SEA aims to fight against 'silent killers' in Southeast Asia.

Fight against 'silent killers' in Southeast Asia

Chronic diseases such as diabetes and high blood pressure have developed into widespread diseases in Southeast Asia. The EU project SUNI-SEA aims to massively increase effective prevention.

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