Archives for Deutschlandjahr

Seattle: Nutritional Effects of Infection Early in Life with Consequences Several Decades Later

The ACG and Heidelberg University Association will hold a Heidelberg Lecture with Nobel Laureate Prof. Dr. Harald zur Hausen.  RSVP by December 7 by clicking here. Registration is required. Seating is limited. Reception to follow. Presently, close to 20 percent of the global incidence of human cancers have been linked to predominantly viral infections. The...

San Diego: Nutritional Effects of Infections Early in Life with Consequences Several Decades Later

The ACG and Heidelberg University Association will host a discussion and reception with Nobel Laureate Prof. Dr. Harald zur Hausen.  RSVP by December 6 by clicking here. Registration is required. Seating is limited. Reception to follow. Presently, close to 20 percent of the global incidence of human cancers have been linked to predominantly viral infections....

Chapel Hill, North Carolina: New Forms of Matter with Ultracold Atoms: Superfuilds and Supersolids

The ACG and Heidelberg University Association will host a Heidelberg Lecture with Nobel Laureate Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Ketterrle.  RSVP by November 6 by clicking here. Registration is required. Seating is limited. Reception to follow. Why do physicists freeze matter to extremely low temperatures? Why is it worthwhile to cool to temperatures which are a billion...

Minneapolis: Germany Coming to Terms with its Past

The MinneapolisWarburg Chapter, the Jewish Community Relations Council of Minnesota and the Dakotas, Wells Fargo, and the American Jewish Committee will host a discussion and luncheon with Stefan Schlüter, retired German Diplomat.  There will be no charge to attend. RSVP to Cheree@minndakjcrc.org by October 24. Attendees will be required to show an official government I.D. Mr. Schlüter has been engaged...

Madison: Germany Coming to Terms with its Past

The Madison Warburg Chapter, Madison College, and the American Jewish Committee will host a discussion with Stefan Schlüter, retired German Diplomat.  Light refreshments will be served. There will be no charge to attend. RSVP here by October 26. Mr. Schlüter has been engaged with the Jewish community for many years and strongly believes German diplomats have an obligation...
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