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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
Light in a dark universe
With a grant of two million euros, physicist Marc Schumann aims to spearhead the search for dark matter
Located in Newsroom / Press Releases 2017
Snap, Digest, Respire
Scientists show how the Venus flytrap uses its prey’s nitrogen compounds to extract energy
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Improving prognoses for a sustainable future
Computer models play a significant role in environmental policy, but offer only a partial picture of the industrial system
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Cancer Medications Learn to Hide
The European Research Council awards Wilfried Weber an ERC Proof of Concept Grant
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Quality assurance – done automatically
Freiburg research team once more wins the gold medal at the International Software Verification Competition
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The Origin of Stem Cells
The protein WOX2 is responsible for enabling plants to develop organs throughout their lives
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Traffic Light in the Brain
Research group offers new insights into the roles of different subareas in the prefrontal cortex
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Same behavior outdoors and in the lab
A spherical treadmill allows biologists to investigate how desert ants find their way in a featureless environment
Located in Newsroom / Press Releases 2017