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Knowledge transfer at the University of Münster

The creation of knowledge and its transfer to society is part of the public cultural heritage and therefore a central goal of the University of Münster. Whether museums, senior guest programme and children's university, support for start-ups, teacher education or science communication: The University of Münster understands knowledge transfer as an active exchange. In a dossier, support department communication and public relations examines the topic in all its many facets.

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University museums: positioned between research, teaching and the public

At the University of Münster the transfer of knowledge into society also takes place through the Archaeological Museum and the Bible Museum. In this guest commentary, Prof. Hermann Parzinger, President of the Stiftung Preußischer Kulturbesitz, describes the collections as a showcase for research.

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Michael Quante on the new dossier "Knowledge Transfer at the University of Münster"

The creation of knowledge and its transfer to society is part of the public cultural heritage and therefore a central goal of the University of Münster. Whether museums, senior guest programme and children's university, support for start-ups, teacher education or science communication: The University of Münster understands knowledge transfer as an active exchange.

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“Transfer is not something you do in your spare time”

Knowledge transfer at German universities has been becoming increasingly important for some years now and, more and more, is being recognized as an academic achievement. Dr. Annette Barkhaus, deputy head of the Research Department at the German Council of Science and Humanities, describes in an interview the challenges of knowledge transfer for German universities and research institutions.

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Bringing research and teaching closer to society

Whether it is citizen science, the creation of a climate conducive to entrepreneurship or the training of tomorrow's teachers: At the University of Münster, knowledge transfer to society is lived out in very different ways. The three examples have one thing in common – they convey university research.

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