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The Resistance of the Vine Mar 06, 2020

The Resistance of the Vine

The results of a tri-national research project show that viticulture and environmental protection must not be mutually exclusive.

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“The Gene of the Week” Receives Special Prize Feb 28, 2020

“The Gene of the Week” Receives Special Prize

Award for biologist Theresa Schredelseker in the “Wissenschafts-Blogs des Jahres 2019” competition

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Helpful Oxygen Carriers Feb 18, 2020

Helpful Oxygen Carriers

Researchers discover a new biochemical compound that can break down environmental pollutants

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The medical benefits of nature Feb 17, 2020

The medical benefits of nature

Researchers investigate the health benefits of species-rich forests in the project “Dr. Forest”

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Brief Bursts, Big Insights Feb 14, 2020

Brief Bursts, Big Insights

Researchers at the University of Freiburg use new method to investigate neural oscillations

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Six square meters and a green screen Feb 05, 2020

Six square meters and a green screen

Instructors can augment their courses with e-learning elements using two new recording studios

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How the Immune System Becomes Blind to Cancer Cells Jan 31, 2020

How the Immune System Becomes Blind to Cancer Cells

Researchers have described the activation of a key protein used by tumor cells to stop the body’s immune response

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Switch Off the Immune Brake Jan 28, 2020

Switch Off the Immune Brake

Marco Trujillo researches how crops can better withstand disease and drought

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How cells get moving Dec 17, 2019

How cells get moving

Researchers identify proteins essential to the motility structure of the archaea.

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Three New Consolidator Grants at the University of Freiburg Dec 10, 2019

Three New Consolidator Grants at the University of Freiburg

The European Research Council will be funding Maja Banks-Köhn, Henning Jessen, and Johanna Pink with 2 million euros each

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