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Software That Helps People Speak Following a Stroke

People very often have problems speaking after suffering a stroke. Treating the condition known as aphasia is a tedious process, typically involving long spells of ambulant therapy with a speech pathologist. This is where a university spin-off from the University of Bremen’s Center for Computer Technologies (TZI) comes in: Expert help is at hand from Erik Düselder (computer scientist), Hagen Schwiebert (businessman), and speech...

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Nobel Laureate Visits University of Bremen

Visits by Nobel laureates are by no means everyday occurrences. The University of Bremen is therefore immensely proud to be able to welcome Professor Harald zur Hausen to the campus on Friday 25 July 2014. It was zur Hausen who discovered that human papillom viruses (wart viruses) play a role in the development of cervical cancer. In 2008 this earned him the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine. The renowned medical researcher will be...

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After the World Cup… Comes the World Cup: Bremen Soccer Robots on the Way to Brazil

Jogi's squad showed them how to do it: Now it's the turn of the Bremen robot soccer squad "B-Human" to make their mark in Brazil. Just one week after the final of the Fifa football world championship games, next Monday, 21 July 2014, the RoboCup robot soccer team championship will begin in João Pessoa, Brazil. The B-Human ‘team’ sets off for the North East of Brazil on Thursday 17 July 2004, where it will defend its title. B-Human is a...

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Did you Know? The Uni Archive

The University of Bremen was founded in 1971 as a “reform university”. Two generations of professors have taught hundreds of thousands of students here, and in this time it has passed a number of historical milestones. The...

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