World Climate Summit
The climate summit in Marrakech can by all means put forward a few findings. But all of the uncertainty that was hovering over it concerned how the USA will conduct itself in the future. A commentary by Reimund Schwarze, Environmental Economist at the Helmholtz Centre for Environmental Research (UFZ).
The periodic table of elements has now been expanded by four new additions. The IUPAC have now officially consented to the introduction of the elements 113, 115, 117 and 118.
Biochemist Christian Haass conducts research on Alzheimer’s disease. For him it is crystal clear that the protein amyloid is what triggers the dementia disorder.
Glioblastoma is the most common malignant brain tumor in adults. So far there have been no effective and targeted therapies. The molecular geneticist Gaetano Gargiulo, however, strives to change this.
Burkard Baschek from the Helmholtz-Zentrum für Material- und Küstenforschung in Geesthacht has been investigating a mysterious habitat and would like to share his enthusiasm with the public.
The Planet Earth in 3D, and more precise than ever before! Research scientists create, with the aid of two satellites, a map of the world that has 30 times more precision.
Scientists have made a breakthrough involving great expectations for a new access to the universe.
Nadine Michel, 5. Dezember 2016
By Carla Espinosa and Abigal Cronin | Hola and Dia duit! Our names are Carla and Abi, and we are currently participants on the North South Atlantic Training Transect. We are on [...]
Paula Codó, 3. Dezember 2016
I set to run my qPCR, grab my camera and hurry to the Ernst-Walz bridge to catch the 2016 super moon rising above the hills over the Neckar. Although blurred by the clouds and the [...]
Folke Mehrtens, 22. November 2016
By Walaa Thabet and Eoghan Daly | The senior scientists are telling us the first station on the cruise will be the most difficult one. But what if, the first station is the first [...]
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