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A Light Switch inside the Brain

A Light Switch inside the Brain

Scientists from Freiburg Build a Microimplant that Uses a Laser to Control Individual Nerve Cells

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Freiburg Computer Scientist to Receive Junior Research Prize

Freiburg Computer Scientist to Receive Junior Research Prize

The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Recognizes Cyrill Stachniss for His Pioneering Work in Robotics

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Center for Legal Questions on Security

Center for Legal Questions on Security

Network at the University of Freiburg Aims to Increase the Visibility of German Security Research in Europe

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Cholesterol Boosts the Memory of the Immune System

Cholesterol Boosts the Memory of the Immune System

Freiburg Research Team Demonstrates Why Cells React with Increased Sensitivity to Recurring Pathogens

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Archaeologists Date World’s Oldest Timber Constructions

Archaeologists Date World’s Oldest Timber Constructions

Scientists Document Highly-Developed Construction Techniques of Wells Built by Early Neolithic Settlers

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Leisure in Cultural Change and Alternative Sensor Systems

Leisure in Cultural Change and Alternative Sensor Systems

German Research Foundation Approves Two Further Collaborative Research Centers at the University of Freiburg

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Rapid Detection of Malaria

Rapid Detection of Malaria

The Department of Microsystems Engineering of the University of Freiburg is Coordinating the Research Project DiscoGnosis

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Investments in Research and Growth

Investments in Research and Growth

League of European Research Universities Publishes Position Paper on European Union Program “Horizon 2020”

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A mere urge or a deliberate intention?

A mere urge or a deliberate intention?

Scientists address the relevance of philosophical intention theories to brain-machine interfaces

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Major Award for an Immunologist from the University of Freiburg

Major Award for an Immunologist from the University of Freiburg

Michael Reth has been awarded a 2.24 million Euro Advanced Grant from the European Research Council

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Tracing the Source of the Salmonella Infection

Tracing the Source of the Salmonella Infection

Freiburg Biochemists Analyze a Channel that Makes the Pathogen Resistant to Cytotoxins

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Promoting Young Female Researchers

Promoting Young Female Researchers

The Cluster of Excellence BIOSS Centre for Biological Signalling Studies Is Accepting Applications for the Barbara Hobom Prize

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Green Buildings with Eco-Friendly Foams

Green Buildings with Eco-Friendly Foams

Materials Scientist Marie-Pierre Laborie Receives Distinction “German High Tech Champion”

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Simplifying the Assembly of Biological Tools

Simplifying the Assembly of Biological Tools

Freiburg Team Receives Special Prize in European Finals of Competition for Synthetic Biology

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Bacterium in a Laser Trap

Bacterium in a Laser Trap

Freiburg Researchers Develop Light Tube that Can Grab and Scan Even the Tiniest of Unicellular Organisms

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University College Freiburg Welcomes First Students

University College Freiburg Welcomes First Students

University of Freiburg Launches Germany’s First Degree Program in Liberal Arts and Sciences

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Multiple Contacts Are Key to Synapse Formation

Multiple Contacts Are Key to Synapse Formation

Team of Scientists from Freiburg and Jülich Find Explanation for Formation of Connections between Nerve Cells

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