University of Göttingen

University of Göttingen

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Location: Göttingen
Aula am Wilhelmsplatz, Wilhelmspl. 1, 37073 Göttingen

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Health - Nov 25
Luminous carbon nanotubes detect pathogens - and are quick and easy to use. Researchers from Bochum, Göttingen, Duisburg and Cologne have developed a new method for detecting bacteria and infections. They use fluorescent nanosensors to track down pathogens faster and more easily than with established methods. A team headed by Professor Sebastian Kruß, formerly at Universität Göttingen, now at Ruhr-Universität Bochum (RUB), describes the results Communications, published online on 25 November 2020. Traditional methods of detecting bacteria require tissue samples to be taken and analysed. Sebastian Kruß and his team hope to eliminate the need to take samples by using tiny optical sensors to visualise pathogens directly at the site of infection. Fluorescence changes in the presence of bacterial molecules
Social Sciences - Nov 25

Research team with the University of Göttingen finds effect of odour on helpfulness in rats. Despite their reputation, rats are surprisingly sociable and actually regularly help each other out with tasks.

Physics - Nov 18

Physicists from the University of Göttingen use computer simulation to investigate aging in living glassy systems

Health - Nov 17

International research team including Göttingen University makes urgent call for more effective wildlife trade legislation

Campus - Nov 17

Awarded in Hannover: Minister honours outstanding scientist and student

Research Management - Nov 19

Five researchers at the University of Göttingen are among the most frequently cited scientists. The University of Göttingen features in this year's list of "Highly Cited Researchers" once again, with the inclusion of five of its scientists.

Life Sciences - Nov 17
Life Sciences

Physicist Dr. Jan Huisken nominated for top level research at the Cluster of Excellence MBExC

Computer Science - Nov 17
Computer Science

Göttingen's supercomputer "Emmy" fifth fastest in Germany, 47 th in the world

Computer Science - Nov 16
Computer Science

Sartorius funds new endowed junior professorship at the University of Göttingen Sartorius will sponsor a new laboratory for cell analysis using Artificial Intelligence (AI) and endow a junior professorship for Computational Cell Analytics at the University of Göttingen.

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