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Research Management - Health - 16.04.2024
QS World University Rankings by Subject 2024: University of Freiburg garners several top 10 spots nationwide

Health - Research Management - 12.04.2024
Günter Mayer Awarded an ERC Advanced Grant
Günter Mayer Awarded an ERC Advanced Grant

Health - Pharmacology - 11.04.2024
ERC Advanced Grant: 2.5 Million Euros for Bernhard Nieswandt
ERC Advanced Grant: 2.5 Million Euros for Bernhard Nieswandt

Life Sciences - Health - 11.04.2024
ERC Advanced Grants for Five Researchers at Universität Heidelberg
ERC Advanced Grants for Five Researchers at Universität Heidelberg

Health - Physics - 11.04.2024
Three ERC Advanced Grants for TUM researchers
Three ERC Advanced Grants for TUM researchers

Pharmacology - Health - 10.04.2024
Funding for research beyond national borders
"AUTOMETA" develops microfluidic chips to make personalised treatment with medicines more effective Coordinated by the University of Freiburg, the project "AUTOMETA: Automated preparation of samples

Health - Pharmacology - 09.04.2024
'A rain-soaked head can improve survival in the event of lightning strikes'
’A rain-soaked head can improve survival in the event of lightning strikes’
A wet head can save lives during thunderstorms - this has been known since the team led by Prof. Jens Haueisen and Prof. Michael Rock published the results of their research on lightning discharges in the renowned journal Springer Nature Scientific Reports. The scientists have succeeded in demonstrating that rainwater on the scalp can reduce damage caused by direct lightning strikes to the head.

Life Sciences - Health - 04.04.2024
A powerful tool for basic research: Genetic engineering
A powerful tool for basic research: Genetic engineering
Genetic engineering: indispensable for the natural and the life sciences - and long since a part of everyday life "An eleven-year-old boy, deaf from birth, can hear again".

Health - 27.03.2024
Research Studying Research
Research Studying Research
The Volkswagen Foundation is providing 1.8 million in funding for a project studying the effects of evaluation and reward systems in science In what ways do evaluation and reward systems influence the conduct and results of research studies?

Health - Chemistry - 26.03.2024
Acetylation: a time-keeper of glucocorticoid sensitivity
Acetylation: a time-keeper of glucocorticoid sensitivity
Understanding the regulatory mechanism paves the way to enhance the effectiveness of anti-inflammatory therapies and to develop strategies to counteract the negative effects of stressand age-related cortisol excess.

Health - Pharmacology - 25.03.2024
Novo Nordisk to acquire Cardior Pharmaceuticals
Cardior has utilized basic research from the Max Planck Society to advance its proprietary technology and pipeline Novo Nordisk has agreed to acquire Cardior Pharmaceuticals for up to 1.025 bi

Health - Innovation - 19.03.2024
Merger of the German Heart Center and Klinikum rechts der Isar
Merger of the German Heart Center and Klinikum rechts der Isar

Health - Politics - 19.03.2024
University of Bonn Welcomes New Schlegel Professor
University of Bonn Welcomes New Schlegel Professor

Health - 19.03.2024
New ethics committee for AI and related fields at TUM
New ethics committee for AI and related fields at TUM

Health - Life Sciences - 13.03.2024
Obesity Prize for Excellence for Antje Körner
Obesity Prize for Excellence for Antje Körner
News from Professor Antje Körner, Professor of Metabolic Research at Leipzig University's Faculty of Medicine and Head of the Metabolism Division at the Helmholtz Institute of Metabolic, Obesity and

Health - Life Sciences - 06.03.2024
25 million U.S. Dollars for International Cancer Research
25 million U.S. Dollars for International Cancer Research
Cancer is one of the most common causes of death in children worldwide. A research team in which the University of Würzburg is involved wants to change this - and has now received substantial funding for its work.

Life Sciences - Health - 05.03.2024
New Center for Synthetic Genomics
New Center for Synthetic Genomics

Social Sciences - Health - 04.03.2024
How school kids in Germany are doing
How school kids in Germany are doing
Most students in German schools rate their health as good. However, almost all'of them get too little physical activity and their health situation is heavily dependent on wealth, age and gender. These are some of the findings of the current HBSC study (Health Behavior in School-aged Children). This nationwide survey involved 6,500 students.

Life Sciences - Health - 01.03.2024
Using Data to Improve Understanding of Relationships between Proteins and Diseases
Using Data to Improve Understanding of Relationships between Proteins and Diseases
Working with a new Emmy Noether Group, Dr. Pascal Schlosser is investigating how machine learning can aid in understanding the complex relationships between genes, proteins, and diseases Proteins have a multitude of biological functions in the human body. Diseases may develop if there are disruptions in protein production, structure, or function.

Health - Pharmacology - 28.02.2024
'Can we delay age-related diseases?'
’Can we delay age-related diseases?’
Children with Hutchinson-Gilford Progeria Syndrome (HGPS) develop premature aging symptoms. Karima Djabali, Professor at the Technical University of Munich (TUM), wants to understand the biological m

Chemistry - Health - 28.02.2024
Budgetary powers and democracy, molecular machines produce new materials, search for the key building blocks for the biosynthesis of anti-cancer drugs
Budgetary powers and democracy, molecular machines produce new materials, search for the key building blocks for the biosynthesis of anti-cancer drugs

Life Sciences - Health - 21.02.2024
High Honour for Ground-breaking Findings on Brain Tumours
Heidelberg scientists receive the BIAL Award in Biomedicine worth 300,000 euros Their ground-breaking discovery of how healthy nerve cells in the brain make contact with glioblastoma tumour cells and

Health - 15.02.2024
Chemistry Professor at Freie Universität Berlin Rainer Haag Receives Prestigious Grant
Chemistry Professor at Freie Universität Berlin Rainer Haag Receives Prestigious Grant

Health - Pharmacology - 13.02.2024
When the Nose Goes to the Knee
When the Nose Goes to the Knee

Health - Life Sciences - 05.02.2024
Universität Hamburg Applying for Fifth Cluster
Universität Hamburg Applying for Fifth Cluster

History / Archeology - Health - 05.02.2024
Love and Hate in Ancient Times
Love and Hate in Ancient Times
Magical texts from Egypt in Coptic script and language are the focus of a research project at the University of Würzburg. They are now being presented for the first time in a 600-page book. A team of scholars spent five years studying them: "magical" texts from Egypt that were written on papyrus, parchment, paper and shards of clay - so-called ostraca - and date from the period between the fourth and twelfth centuries AD.

Health - Life Sciences - 02.02.2024
Great success for the University of Tübingen in the excellence competition
Great success for the University of Tübingen in the excellence competition

Health - Environment - 02.02.2024
Leipzig University clears first hurdle in excellence competition: Invitation to submit two full
Leipzig University clears first hurdle in excellence competition: Invitation to submit two full

Health - Chemistry - 02.02.2024
Early departure from the Excellence Strategy competition

Innovation - Health - 01.02.2024
TUM in the running with three new Cluster of Excellence proposals
TUM in the running with three new Cluster of Excellence proposals

Life Sciences - Health - 01.02.2024
Research into evolution: four questions, four viewpoints
Research into evolution: four questions, four viewpoints
Scientists provide insights Did Charles Darwin invent the term "evolution" The clear answer is no. Charles Darwin didn't invent the concept of evolution, and he himself rarely used the word. Nevertheless, the British naturalist is seen - rightly - as the creator of the theory of evolution, which explains to us the 'tribal' development of biological species: phylogenesis.

Health - Physics - 31.01.2024
Cooperation with Siemens' Healthineers for New Medical Imaging
Cooperation with Siemens’ Healthineers for New Medical Imaging
How do immune cells move in infectious regions of the body? And how do newly developed agents reach places, for example, where they can fight tumors? X-ray fluorescence imaging, developed further at Universität Hamburg, provides new insight into these questions. Now a team at Universität Hamburg wants to improve access to this technology in cooperation with Siemens- Healthineers and TU Berlin.

Health - 31.01.2024
'We Want to Know'-- Science and Scholarship in Hamburg's Schools
’We Want to Know’-- Science and Scholarship in Hamburg’s Schools

Health - Pharmacology - 26.01.2024
Obesity in children: A problem far bigger than a person's waistline
Obesity in children: A problem far bigger than a person’s waistline
News from When it comes to modern diseases, paediatrician Professor Antje Körner believes that there is too great a focus on adults and not enough on children and adolescents.

Health - Innovation - 26.01.2024
TUM School of Medicine and Health opened
TUM School of Medicine and Health opened

Life Sciences - Health - 24.01.2024
How HIV smuggles its genetic material into the cell nucleus
How HIV smuggles its genetic material into the cell nucleus
Around one million individuals worldwide become infected with HIV, the virus that causes Aids, each year.

Health - Microtechnics - 23.01.2024
TUM receives funding for medical robotics
TUM receives funding for medical robotics

Pharmacology - Health - 22.01.2024
Researching a new treatment option for severe blood disorders of the bone marrow
Researching a new treatment option for severe blood disorders of the bone marrow
When people develop myelodysplastic neoplasms (MDS), the healthy maturation of blood cells is impaired.

Life Sciences - Health - 18.01.2024
With the second grant from the lab into the application
With the second grant from the lab into the application

Health - Pharmacology - 18.01.2024
Reducing the Side Effects of Chemotherapy
Reducing the Side Effects of Chemotherapy
Johannes Karges develops anti-cancer agents that work in a targeted manner, rather than adversely affecting the entire body.

Health - 17.01.2024
MHH Transplant Center transplants more organs than in the previous year
MHH Transplant Center transplants more organs than in the previous year

Health - Pharmacology - 16.01.2024
Practice-changing study on bone marrow cancer therapy
A team led by Würzburg hematologist Hermann Einsele has defined a new first-line therapy for bone marrow cancer.

Health - Research Management - 15.01.2024
Funding for young researchers in reproductive medicine
Funding for young researchers in reproductive medicine

Media - Health - 10.01.2024
Lecture: Why Critical Reporting about Science is so Important

Health - Innovation - 09.01.2024
Improving the Prognosis of People with Cardiac Insufficiency
Scientists from Heidelberg and Mainz are collaborating in a joint research project to improve the frequently difficult prognosis of disease progression and hence the treatment options for people with cardiac insufficiency.

Health - Pharmacology - 09.01.2024
Prepared for the next virus pandemic
Prepared for the next virus pandemic
In collaboration with 12 partners from 6 countries, Jena University Hospital is establishing the Antivirus Pandemic Preparedness EuropeAn pLatform (APPEAL), a European research initiative aimed at enhancing preparedness for future pandemics.

Health - Research Management - 03.01.2024
Outstanding Placings for Universität Heidelberg

Health - Environment - 02.01.2024
10 January: Panel discussion to kick off the Scientific Year 2024 at TU Ilmenau

History / Archeology - Health - 02.01.2024
Mummies under the magnifying glass
Mummies under the magnifying glass
Researchers at Friedrich Schiller University Jena, Germany have carried out the first comprehensive analysis of some 20 mummy fragments from collections in the University's archives and have presented their findings in "Annals of the History and Philosophy of Biology".

Life Sciences - Health - 22.12.2023
Stem cell Noah's Ark
Stem cell Noah’s Ark
Artificial transcription factor reprograms cells of human and different animal species with high efficiency After the discovery of the reprogramming of somatic cells using transcription factors in 2006, induced pluripotent stem cell lines have so far been produced for only a few animal species.