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Tracing the Source of the Salmonella Infection
Freiburg Biochemists Analyze a Channel that Makes the Pathogen Resistant to Cytotoxins
Located in Newsroom / Press Releases 2012
A mere urge or a deliberate intention?
Scientists address the relevance of philosophical intention theories to brain-machine interfaces
Located in Newsroom / Press Releases 2012
Some Large Molecules sneak across skin on their own
Publication in Scientific Journal PNAS
Located in Newsroom / Press Releases 2012
Archaeologists Date World’s Oldest Timber Constructions
Scientists Document Highly-Developed Construction Techniques of Wells Built by Early Neolithic Settlers
Located in Newsroom / Press Releases 2012
Cholesterol Boosts the Memory of the Immune System
Freiburg Research Team Demonstrates Why Cells React with Increased Sensitivity to Recurring Pathogens
Located in Newsroom / Press Releases 2012
Better and Faster Diagnosis of Diseases
Microsystems engineer Can Dincer wins the second prize at Gips-Schüle young scientist competition
Located in Newsroom / People
New Tools, Big Effect
A team coordinated by a Freiburg chemist receives 1,050,000 USD to develop an approach for studying a biopolymer
Located in Newsroom / People
Most Successful Writer
The neuroscientist Marco Prinz receives award for writing the most publications in scientific journals
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Hideyo Kunieda Awarded University Medal
Honor is for special commitment to key partnership with Japan's Nagoya University
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Parasites and Plastics
The biologist Oliver Niehuis and the physicist Tanja Schilling have begun their professorships at the University of Freiburg
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