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Protein molecules in mitochondria clearly assigned for the first time

Protein molecules in mitochondria clearly assigned for the first time

New findings make it possible to explore in detail the links between defects in mitochondrial proteins and diseases of the cardiovascular and nervous systems

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Cochlear implant as a sensor

Freiburg researchers develop more intelligent intracochlear implants

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The diversity of plants’ water usage strategies makes forests resilient to extreme drought

The diversity of plants’ water usage strategies makes forests resilient to extreme drought

In Biosphere 2 researchers are undertaking the largest tracer experiment to date on how H2O, CO2 and VOCs flow through drought-stressed plants and soil

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Holiday opening hours

The University buildings and the University Library will not be open for several days

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Demonstrating Feshbach resonances between a single ion and ultracold atoms

Demonstrating Feshbach resonances between a single ion and ultracold atoms

Researchers study the interaction between lithium atoms and barium ion isolated in ultrahigh vacuum and trapped using light traps

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Researchers call for standards for Biological Imaging

Researchers call for standards for Biological Imaging

Freiburg initiative QUAREP-LiMi is developing solutions for making microscopic images reproducible and comparable

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Women are less blinded by attractiveness than men

Study sheds light on how differently men and women trust each other based on facial features

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Researchers call for more sensitivity in the use of DNA samples to protect minorities

Study examines data sets to show that Roma minorities in Europe are at risk if ethical principles in genetics are not followed

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Russian Culture Days 2021

Six-week program to feature exhibitions, lectures, discussions, films, and theater performances in honor of Fyodor Dostoevsky bicentennial

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Boost for training for Freiburg doctoral students

German Research Foundation (DFG) extends funding for two research training groups (RTG) at the University of Freiburg

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Lecture Series “Planetary Health” will start at the University of Freiburg

Starting October 25, 2021, 6:15pm in the large lecture hall at the Women’s Hospital on six different Monday evenings

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