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Protein Team Produces Molecular Barrels
Researchers show that two protein machineries collaborate on the development of barrel structures in the mitochondria
Located in Newsroom / Press Releases 2013
Moss beats Human
Simple moss plants outperform us by gene number
Located in Newsroom / Press Releases 2013
Efficient and Robust
Freiburg Physicists show why quantum transport can be close to optimal even in disordered molecular structures
Located in Newsroom / Press Releases 2013
Cause of Cystic Kidneys Explained
Freiburg graduate student identifies novel gene responsible for cystic kidney disease in children
Located in Newsroom / Press Releases 2013
Halftime for Mosses as Measuring Devices
An international research team takes stock on their way to monitoring air quality in Europe
Located in Newsroom / Press Releases 2013
Danger: Slippery Surface!
Freiburg research team develops artificial surfaces insects cannot stick to
Located in Newsroom / Press Releases 2013
Toxin Kills Using Dual Mechanism
Freiburg researchers discover a new bacterial toxin and explain its structure and mode of action
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Apocalypse in Great Britain
The Freiburg English literary scholar Martin Hermann investigated stories about the end of the world in his dissertation
Located in Newsroom / Press Releases 2013
New Agent against Cancer Cells
Freiburg scientists have discovered a substance that suppresses unchecked cell division in leukemia cells
Located in Newsroom / Press Releases 2013
Mitochondria Separate Their Waste
Freiburg researcher shows that cellular power plants collect and break down damaged molecules
Located in Newsroom / Press Releases 2013