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Climate Change Challenges for the Wine Industry

Conference organized by the Geisenheim Institut of Continuing Education highlights challenges in viticulture and winemaking in view of temperature rises and extreme weather events and offers practical management strategies for participants.

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First conference in the program "Bauen für den Winzer" (Building for the Vintner)

Successful start of a new program at the Geisenheim Institute of Continuing Education

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Cooperation agreement with leading partners in digitalization

Digitalization is playing an ever increasing roll in Hochschule Geisenheim University's applied research and practice-oriented teaching.

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Joint doctorate Adelaide-Geisenheim receives prestigious international awards

Former Geisenheimer, Dr. Martin Hirche is delighted by international recognition of his doctorate in marketing, completed at the end of 2018 at University of South Australia (UniSA).

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Floral Vegetation in Steep-Slope Viticulture

Hochschule Geisenheim University research project aims to show how new terraced vineyards can be efficiently planted with cover crops which also help in nature conservation.

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German wine culture could receive UNESCO cultural heritage status

The German Wine Institute hopes that German wine culture could be listed as an intangible UNESCO cultural heritage in order to raise public awareness as well as acknowledge the efforts of all involved in the area.

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New from BAG (Bordeaux-Adelaide-Geisenheim) Alliance:

A new cooperation contract is signed and continues focus on sustainable agriculture and adapting to climate change.

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Hochschule Geisenheim University hosts first OENOBIO Summer School

OENOBIO, an ERAMUS+ funded project, brings together students and experts from five European higher education institutions. The first summer school focuses on „Organic Viticulture and Enology“.

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