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Posted May 18 2018
Dr. Veli Vural Uslu wins the German national FameLab competition and secures a spot at the international final which takes place at the Cheltenham Science Festival in the UK. READ MORE
Posted May 15 2018
German Research Foundation provides approximately 1.5 million euros in funding READ MORE
Posted May 14 2018
Researchers identify genes that can cause brain tumours in children and other cancers later in life READ MORE
Posted May 09 2018
Ruperto Carola´s President invites newly appointed scientists to the Old University´s auditorium. Congratulations! READ MORE
Posted May 08 2018
Max Planck chemist wins prestigious Royal Society of Chemistry Award to CellNetworks member Prof. Dr. Ilme Schlichting READ MORE
Posted May 07 2018
The annual Heidelberg Molecular Life Sciences (HMLS) Investigator Award is awarded to an outstanding scientist who is actively engaged in Life Science research in Heidelberg. The award recognizes excellence in two allied areas: research and strategic development in the Life Sciences in Heidelberg. Nominees are eligible for this program if they succeeded in initiating innovative actions for fostering scientific career development of undergraduates, graduates, PhDs, and Postdocs. READ MORE
Posted May 07 2018
European Research Council grants over 2.3 million euros for project READ MORE
Posted April 30 2018
Heidelberg researchers study key proteins for cell division, cell differentiation, and tissue renewal READ MORE
Posted April 27 2018
The labs of the CellNetworks members Peer Bork and Martin Beck and collaborators published new results uncovering large solubility and thermal stability changes of proteins during cell cycle READ MORE
Posted April 23 2018
56 journeys into the cosmos of life - starting on 23 April 2018 READ MORE
Posted April 23 2018
Also this semester, the International Student Centre is offering German courses for non-native scholars. READ MORE
Posted April 23 2018
From April 2018 to March 2019, fourteen Heidelberg scientists engage with interdisciplinary research issues and projects. READ MORE
Posted April 20 2018
Most genes are team players. Only when interacting with other genes can they perform properly. Scientists from the German Cancer Research Center (DKFZ) have now found a possibility to exploit this for the development of new cancer therapies. They generate maps of genetic interactions in cancer cells. These maps can then be used to determine the sites where it would be most effective to interfere with the interplay of cancer genes. READ MORE
Posted April 19 2018
The Bertalanffy Lecture Series was installed with the aim to provide a better understanding of integrative approaches in systems oriented biology both to pupils from Heidelberg and to scientists on campus. The lecture series is a project supported by the Klaus-Tschira Foundation and takes place twice a year. READ MORE
Posted April 16 2018
Researchers discover receptor for the protein fragment APPsα mediating its physiological function READ MORE
Posted April 12 2018
This time CellNetworks member Prof. Dr. Jan Lohmann from Heidelberg University will present the work of SFB873 on "Stem Cells" and seek conversation with the public. The lecture with Prof. Dr. Jan Lohmann will take place at Karlstorbahnhof on 12 April 2018, 7:30 PM . READ MORE
Posted April 12 2018
New doctoral students generally arrive in Heidelberg with many questions about registering and enrolling, finding housing, obtaining health insurance, funding their doctoral studies, learning German and much more. The Graduate Academy would like to welcome you to Heidelberg and provide you with the information necessary especially for your first weeks and months at the university! READ MORE
Posted April 11 2018
EMBL scientists count and locate chromosomal proteins during cell duplication READ MORE
Posted April 03 2018
CONAN to the rescue! The new software-package for molecular dynamic simulations compresses 3D data to contact maps and helps to analyze protein structures. The tool CONAN (CONtact ANalysis), developed at HITS, has now been presented in the latest issue of „Biophysical Journal“. READ MORE
Posted April 03 2018
Reliably predicting the onset and trajectory of a disease might seem like a distant dream. But a European consortium is aiming to achieve exactly this using a set of emerging technologies with the analysis of single cells at their core. Researchers from leading European science institutions have now submitted a proposal for a so-called "Future and Emerging Technologies Flagships". The large-scale project, which also involves scientists from the German Cancer Research Center, is called LifeTime. READ MORE