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  • By studying marbled crayfish, Sina Tönges and Frank Lyko, from the German Cancer Research Center (DKFZ), were able to gain new insights into the development of cancer. Now the researchers want to…

  • Health

    Stefan Pfister of the German Cancer Research Center (DKFZ) is developing new methods to diagnose tumors in children and adolescents more precisely and treat them more effectively.

  • Earth & Environment

    The construction industry must become more sustainable, demands architect Dirk Hebel. At the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT), he is therefore developing new building materials, including some…

  • High-rise buildings made of mushrooms, with cooling facades and vegetable gardens on the roof: Architecture must change to become more sustainable and climate-friendly, and solutions are coming from…

  • Matter

    In a million-year-old piece of amber, researchers have identified a prehistoric ant as a genus and species in its own right. This was achieved with the help of the PETRA III X-ray light source in…

  • Matter

    Zehra Sayers was co-chair of the Scientific Advisory Board of the SESAME synchrotron accelerator in Jordan. In this interview, she talks about the vision, successes and obstacles of the project.

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