Life Sciences at the Weihenstephan Campus

The Technical University of Munich has concentrated its expertise in life sciences in the TUM School of Life Sciences at the modern Weihenstephan campus in Freising. From molecules to plants and animals to ecosystems and landscapes, Molecular Life Sciences, Life Science Systems and Life Science Engineering are explored and taught under the motto “One Health”.

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News

21.11.2022 Highly Cited Researchers rankings - Six researchers from the TUM School of Life Sciences among the most cited worldwide

Fourteen TUM researchers belong to the world's most frequently cited scientists. Their names can be found in the latest Highly Cited Researchers rankings. [more]

Research, Award | 23.11.2022 Huge success for young academic talent - 3 ERC Starting Grants awarded to TUM School of Life Sciences researchers

Twelve talented researchers at TUM have been awarded ERC Starting Grants by the European Research Council (ERC) - three of them from the TUM School of Life Sciences. The European Union provides these research grants to academics...[more]

Research | Alzheimer's disease and type 2 diabetes - Synthetic peptides may suppress formation of harmful deposits

In Alzheimer's disease, the degeneration of brain cells is linked to formation of toxic protein aggregates and deposits known as amyloid plaques. Similar processes play an important role also in type 2 diabetes. A research team...[more]

Research | 04.11.2022 Sustainable and climate-resilient urban development - Research project “Urban Oases in Times of Climate Change” investigates green spaces in Munich

Sophie Arzberger is passionate about urban climate and ecology. Since May, the young natural scientist has been doing her doctorate at the Professorship of Forest and Agroforest Systems at TUM in Weihenstephan. In the project...[more]



Lecture series, competitions and seminars

Meeting Women in Agricultural Sciences

Winter 2022/23 | Agroforestry as a robust land use option

  • Esther Reith (TUM)
  • "Potential of agroforestry in Panama"

Location: Furtner Bräu, Freising for talks, discussions and beer.

To the lecture series

LANGUAGE CAFÉ WEIHENSTEPHAN

Language Cafe at the TUM School of Life Sciences

wednesdays
from 02 - 04.30 pm

Come to Uni-Café (Maximus-von-Imhof-Forum 1, 85354 Freising)

Coffee, cake and conversations!
Please register via TUMi.