German research offers numerous opportunities for young academics from abroad.
Out and about by bus, train or bicycle
In 2014, a good 81 percent of households owned at least one bicycle. An alternative means of environmentally friendly mobility: buses and trains. In the first half of 2015, 5.6 billion passengers used scheduled public transport services.
The very first Nobel Prize in 1901 went to Wilhelm Conrad Röntgen for his discovery of X-rays.
The only woman among German scientists who have won a Nobel Prize is biologist Christiane Nüsslein-Volhard (1995).
One of the best-known German Nobel Prize laureates is Albert Einstein (1921). He emigrated to the USA in 1933.
The most recent Nobel Prize winners are neuroscientist Thomas C. Südhof (2013) and Stefan W. Hell (2014).