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Get an idea of who we are - the university in the heart of Munich. Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München is one of the leading research universities in Europe, with a more than 500-year-long tradition. "Introducing LMU" gives an insight into learning and teaching as well as research and life at LMU.
 
This course focuses on an applied analysis of competition. Important concepts from industrial organization, game theory, product life-cycle analysis, and industry evolution are discussed. Additionally, important characteristics of network industries such as network effects and standard setting are considered. The concept of competition used in this course is interpreted broadly and also encompasses the analysis of strategic cooperation between firms.
 
In this series of ten video lectures Peter Adamson, Professor of Philosophy at the LMU in Munich and King’s College London, discusses the contributions of women intellectuals, mystics, and philosophers in ancient Greece, ancient China, the Islamic world, and medieval Europe. From Diotima to Christine de Pizan, we learn about the ideas of female thinkers and also about the challenges they faced in putting forward these ideas.
 
The 2014 Nobel Prize in Physics went to the inventors of the blue LED, which provides the basis for today's energy-efficient and environmentally benign light sources. According to the citation, the blue LED "allows white light to be created in a new way". But without the discoveries subsequently made by Professor Wolfgang Schnick's group in the Chemistry Department at LMU Munich, consumers would not have taken to the new "white" light. For Schnick and his colleagues "reinvented" warm white l ...
 
The 2014 Nobel Prize in Physics went to the inventors of the blue LED, which provides the basis for today's energy-efficient and environmentally benign light sources. According to the citation, the blue LED "allows white light to be created in a new way". But without the discoveries subsequently made by Professor Wolfgang Schnick's group in the Chemistry Department at LMU Munich, consumers would not have taken to the new "white" light. For Schnick and his colleagues "reinvented" warm white l ...
 
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The idea of light sheet microscopy was already born a hundred years ago. Richard Zsigmondy used an innovative method of side illumination to observe the chemistry of nanometer sized colloids, which won him the Nobel Prize in chemistry in 1925. Almost a century later, Ernst Stelzer and his group re-implemented that technology within an era dominated…
 
LMU chemist Dirk Trauner builds photoresponsive molecular switches thatenable nerve-cell receptors to be controlled by light. In this way,nerve-cell activity can be switched on and off at will – in the laboratory.“But,” he says, “we hope that our research can be translated into medicalapplications.” In that case, Trauner’s strategy could provide a …
 
LMU chemist Dirk Trauner builds photoresponsive molecular switches thatenable nerve-cell receptors to be controlled by light. In this way,nerve-cell activity can be switched on and off at will – in the laboratory.“But,” he says, “we hope that our research can be translated into medicalapplications.” In that case, Trauner’s strategy could provide a …
 
The 2014 Nobel Prize in Physics went to the inventors of the blue LED, which provides the basis for today's energy-efficient and environmentally benign light sources. According to the citation, the blue LED "allows white light to be created in a new way". But without the discoveries subsequently made by Professor Wolfgang Schnick's group in the Che…
 
The 2014 Nobel Prize in Physics went to the inventors of the blue LED, which provides the basis for today's energy-efficient and environmentally benign light sources. According to the citation, the blue LED "allows white light to be created in a new way". But without the discoveries subsequently made by Professor Wolfgang Schnick's group in the Che…
 
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