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How Viruses Enter Microorganisms May 27, 2019

How Viruses Enter Microorganisms

Tessa Quax receives 1.7 million euros in the Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft’s Emmy Noether program

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A question of time May 03, 2019

A question of time

Researchers show how the immune system distinguishes between self molecules and non-self molecules such as those from pathogens.

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Not all wounds heal according to plan Apr 18, 2019

Not all wounds heal according to plan

Cell biologist Anne-Kathrin Classen investigates differences between normal and impaired tissue repair

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Between the Mediterranean and Münster Mar 27, 2019

Between the Mediterranean and Münster

Experience the diversity of the Botanical Garden on Saturday tours during the 2019 summer semester

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Traffic control of cells Mar 25, 2019

Traffic control of cells

Researchers develop a hydrogel whose stiffness and permeability to cells can be controlled with light

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A Varied Menu Mar 25, 2019

A Varied Menu

Freiburg biologists have analyzed in detail for the first time which animals are captured by the carnivorous waterwheel plant

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Cancer cells often overlook the stop signs Mar 14, 2019

Cancer cells often overlook the stop signs

Julia Jellusova investigates how metabolism influences the function of immune cells

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Binding with consequences Mar 06, 2019

Binding with consequences

Researchers from Freiburg and Ulm discover mechanism through which bacteria attack white blood cells

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Climbing like ivy Feb 26, 2019

Climbing like ivy

The project “GrowBot” is developing plant-inspired robots

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E-learning Sponsorship Award is Shared for the First Time Jan 23, 2019

E-learning Sponsorship Award is Shared for the First Time

The University of Freiburg is honoring both Anne Liefländer and Stefan Rother for their outstanding teaching projects

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