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Seconds in the Circuit
Researchers Show How the Brain Stores Information for Short Periods of Time in the Journal Nature Neuroscience
Located in Newsroom / Press Releases 2011
Adjusting to high temperatures
Researchers at the University of Freiburg have discovered a multifunctional enzyme in the metabolism
Located in Newsroom / Press Releases 2011
Moss well invested
Contract between Freiburg Biobank of Plant Biotechnology and Greenovation Biotech GmbH
Located in Newsroom / Press Releases 2011
Most Successful Writer
The neuroscientist Marco Prinz receives award for writing the most publications in scientific journals
Located in Newsroom / People
Conifer cones bear their ages well, and still move it
Freiburg biologists demonstrate that fossil conifer cones possess the oldest known plant structures which still exhibit movements
Located in Newsroom / Press Releases 2017
Survival Artists in the Antarctic
Researchers study the ways in which moss can survive in hostile environments
Located in Newsroom / Press Releases 2017
Snap, Digest, Respire
Scientists show how the Venus flytrap uses its prey’s nitrogen compounds to extract energy
Located in Newsroom / Press Releases 2017
The role of the tunnel
Freiburg researchers discover new molecular details about protein sorting in the cell
Located in Newsroom / Press Releases 2017
The Origin of Stem Cells
The protein WOX2 is responsible for enabling plants to develop organs throughout their lives
Located in Newsroom / Press Releases 2017
Traffic Light in the Brain
Research group offers new insights into the roles of different subareas in the prefrontal cortex
Located in Newsroom / Press Releases 2017