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Phot: Karla Fritze.

Using Mathematics to Improve Drug Therapies - The PhD program PharMetrX trains young scientists in pharmacometrics

Pharmaceutical research is changing: In addition to classical clinical trials, mathematical models are increasingly being used to extract new knowledge from complex datasets in order to streamline planning for pharmacological...
21. Jul 2017
Pharmaceutical research is changing: In addition to classical clinical trials, mathematical models are increasingly being used to extract new knowledge from complex datasets in order to streamline planning for more ...
The drilling camp in Kenia. Photo: Annett Junginger.

The Archive of Humanization - Geoscientists read human evolution from sediment drill cores

East Africa is the “cradle of humanity,” where our ancestors lived some 60,000 years ago and where they began spreading throughout the world. In the Great Rift Valley, geoscientists are researching turning points in human...
20. Jul 2017
East Africa is the “cradle of humanity,” where our ancestors lived some 60,000 years ago and where they began spreading throughout the world. In the Great Rift Valley, geoscientists are researching turning points in more ...
Prof. Dr. Silke Leimkühler. Photo: Karla Fritze.

No Life Without Iron and Sulfur - Prof. Silke Leimkühler coordinates the DFG Priority Program “Iron-Sulfur for Life”

The strong presence of German working groups at international meetings on enzymes with metal centers gave Silke Leimkühler the idea to develop a priority research area. The Professor of Molecular Enzymology thought it was time to...
10. Jul 2017
The strong presence of German working groups at international meetings on enzymes with metal centers gave Silke Leimkühler the idea to develop a priority research area. The Professor of Molecular Enzymology thought it more ...
The crispy dog treats look a bit like peanut puffs. Photo: Karla Fritze.

The Early Bird Catches the Worm - Nutritionists develop an insect-based dog treat

They are a healthy, protein-rich, and very common food in Asian and South American countries: Crickets, mealworms, and locusts enrich the daily diet of some two billion people and provide a sustainable alternative to conventional...
23. Jun 2017
They are a healthy, protein-rich, and very common food in Asian and South American countries: Crickets, mealworms, and locusts enrich the daily diet of some two billion people and provide a sustainable alternative to more ...
Phewa Lake, an attraction of Pokhara city. The lake was dammed by rubble from the high Himalayas. Whether this was a consequence of major earthquakes in the Middle Ages is not yet clear. Photo: Oliver Korup

On Shaky Ground - Geoscientists analyze silent witnesses to historical natural disasters

The Himalayas are the tallest mountain range on Earth – and one of the most active, growing by about a centimeter a year, which regularly shakes the earth. Landslides and debris flows bringing boulders, mud, and water barreling...
16. Jun 2017
The Himalayas are the tallest mountain range on Earth – and one of the most active, growing by about a centimeter a year, which regularly shakes the earth. Landslides and debris flows bringing boulders, mud, and water more ...
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