TUM.wood sees itself as an open network that seeks exchange and cooperation on a national and international level in the service of a common goal. In doing so, it benefits from the networking of internal and external partners. The cooperation is not limited to its own subject area. In terms of a holistic approach, the social context is of interest, so that connections to other disciplines (medicine, sociology, business administration, etc.) are implied.
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