Scientific research and development, the gain of knowledge and the newly generated knowledge are not an end in themselves, but serve the further development of our society. The transfer of the results to the public, economy, politics and social institutions is of central importance. With the "Bergische Transfergeschichten" (Bergisch Transfer Stories), the Bergische Universität shows in an exemplary way how researchers contribute to the region with their work, network with other partners and thus actively shape society.
On the Sustainability of Cardboard Furniture / Apl. Prof. Dr. Christa Liedtke (Design and Art / Wuppertal Institute)
The difficult processes in climate change / Prof. Dr. Peter Wiesen (Physical and Theoretical Chemistry)
The Golden Memories Project / Dr. Carmen González (History of Science and Technology)
Church and Sex / Prof. Dr. Kurt Erlemann (Protestant Theology)
Extreme weather events / Prof. Dr.-Ing. Frank Fiedrich (Civil Protection, Disaster Relief and Property Safety)
The interplay of culture, ecology and technology in architecture / Prof. Enriqueta Llabres-Valls (holder of the fifth "Dr. Jörg Mittelsten Scheid Visiting Professorship" at Bergische Universität)
Deadwood project in the state forest Burgholz / Prof Dr. Willi Kling (Management of chemical processes in industry and analytical chemistry)