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The initiative to "Promote Innovation and viagra female cheap cialis overnight delivery Research in Germany” launched by the Federal Ministry of Education and cialis next day Research (BMBF) has been presenting Germany’s research achievements and buy cialis opportunities to the international community since November 2006 under the brand "Research in Germany - Land of Ideas". Promotional measures and woman testimonial of cialis events aimed at positioning German innovation and research in key international markets have been organised on behalf of BMBF.
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Publications form Research in Germany:
Publications about research funding programmes in Germany, the German research landscape as well as practical hints for your research stay in Germany can be downloaded here:
Newsletter form Research in Germany
The newsletter "Research in Germany" appears once every two months with news and information on the latest developments in German science and research. It includes up-to-date articles and interviews on collaborative international research as well as on appropriate sources of funding.