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New insights into the movement of pine cone scales

New insights into the movement of pine cone scales

Cone scales open and close due to the interaction of multiple tissue layers, all of which respond to moisture

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Students organize University Sustainability Days

Freiburg event series with workshops, initiatives and discussions will take place May 21-26, 2022

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Hybrid edition from Schelling's previously unpublished estate

DFG is providing six million euros in funding for a 12-year project at the University of Freiburg and the Bavarian Academy of Sciences and Humanities

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Event series about voices from the “other Russia”

The Tsvetaeva Center at the University of Freiburg invites well-known regime-critical intellectuals and artists

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German-Russian Relations a Century after the “Treaty of Rapallo”

The University of Freiburg is marking the centennial with an invitation to a series of events beginning on 9 May 2022. These include lectures, a play, and a panel discussion

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Cell division in moss and animals more similar than previously thought

Cell division in moss and animals more similar than previously thought

German-Japanese research team from Universities of Freiburg and Nagoya identifies what determines the site of cell division in plants

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Rediscover the Uniseum

Visitors to the Uniseum can enjoy the exhibition using audio guides or their own smart phone starting now

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COVID-19: How vaccination and previous infections also help fight against Omicron

COVID-19: How vaccination and previous infections also help fight against Omicron

Immune cells against previous Sars-CoV-2 variants also recognize Omicron well and can thus protect against severe disease / Vaccination can improve immune response even after infection / Study by Freiburg medical researchers published in Nature Microbiology

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