RSS feeds on the re­search ar­eas

You can keep up with the latest news from the DLR portal and connected topic-specific sites via an RSS news feed.

RSS (Really Simple Syndication) is a platform-independent electronic news format. You can use it to retrieve content from a website, such as new articles or other changes published on it, to your desktop without needing to visit the relevant webpages directly. If you subscribe to an RSS news feed – either by clicking on the RSS icon on our pages or using the links below – the program will check the RSS file on the respective server at regular intervals and display new stories in your reader. You can find a large selection of available readers at rss-verzeichnis.de.

Another option is to subscribe to RSS feeds in an online feed reader, which allows you to retrieve all the feeds you subscribe to on one webpage.

Please note: To access the following links to the RSS feeds, you need a current browser (e.g.: Mozilla Firefox, Microsoft Edge). Also, newer versions of some browsers no longer support RSS feeds as dynamic bookmarks. In Firefox, addons installed in the browser provide a solution. For more information on using RSS feeds with Firefox, click here:

Feed Reader replacements for Firefox (Mozilla Firefox Support)

Firefox to drop built-in support for RSS (ZDNet Article)

The following RSS news feeds are available on the DLR Portal:

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