She says now that she would never have had the opportunity to become a professor if she hadn't grown up in East Germany because of her background.
Born to working class parents, Nickel's father was a migrant and she was one of eight children.
With this, media outlets' and other companies' products will be less prominently placed on its page. In the first part of our COP Secret series, we take a look at how UN climate summits have become mammoth events with high carbon emissions - which is why there's some grumbling that the yearly ritual has become a circus.
Syria and Nicaragua have reversed their 2015 decisions not to join the landmark climate accord.
"I think we did really good research on the youth in GDR and we could see how they feel in the end of the 70s, 80s, that they want to leave the GDR," said Nickel, "but nobody wanted to know it and we couldn't publish it." Unification brought new opportunities When the wall came down, Nickel and Hoffmann were able to find jobs in a unified Germany, easily travel and freely publish.
Facebook is testing a new function across six countries.While the rest of the country was trying to figure how to integrate two governments, two currencies and two of nearly everything else, the sciences were no different.After unification, the West German government advisory body, the Council of Science and Humanities was tasked with evaluating East German research facilities, according to Karl Ulrich Mayer, a West German sociologist at Yale University in the United States.() Twitter users will soon be able to post tweets of up to 280 characters.The social network hopes the change will boost engagement, and ultimately narrow the gap in it profits between it and its great rival, Facebook.