November 2019Research Careers

Tireless

Vienna-based molecular biologist Georg Winter intends to eliminate cancer-causing proteins on the spot. To this end, he pursues a novel approach to “waste disposal” in the human body.

 

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 November 2019Lab Lifestyle

Win a Snuggle-Cell!

Brain cells and red blood cells: they’re microscopic and full of secrets. For those who don’t wish to explore them, but want to cuddle with them right away, you can win one of these fluffy specimens. ...

 

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 November 2019 − Stories

Our Fascination with the Unknown

 

Curiosity helps children understand the world. Later in life, it is essential for successful learning. In the fields of science and economics, it drives innovation. ...

 

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 November 2019 − Stories

To the Limit

Only approximately four percent of the land mass on Earth is habitable for us humans. Scientists, however, frequently push forward into the most extreme corners of the planet and even into space. ...

 

 

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 November 2019 − Science in the City

Beauty By the Sea

 

Those who think of Barcelona will think of Antoni Gaudí, the Catalan architect of buildings covered in colorful tiles. These buildings liken Barcelona to a fabulous creature of art that continues to grow. ...

 

 

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November 2019 −  Food for Thought

A Different Kind of Harmony

 

Mussels and melons, coffee and carrots, blue cheese and chocolate: those whose cooking adheres to the principle of “food pairing” combine foods that share common aromas. What is the secret behind a dazzling flavor?  ...

 

 

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November 2019 −  News

A Heart Made of Bio-Ink

 

Cosmetics firms send their scientists out into the world for the purpose of researching ethnic personal care traditions. ...

 

 

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 November  2019 − Stories

Thinking in Algorithms

 

Our bodies – inside and out – are practically teeming with microscopic life forms, which together make up our microbiome. ...

 

 

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 November  2019 − Stories

Noah's Ark for Plants

 

The threat of environmental disasters and wars surrounds us, and crop plants disappear. Seed banks promise a solution – a backup for eternity? ...

 

 

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November  2019 −  Lab Lifestyle

Science, Panic, Slam

 

My heart is hammering in my chest, my mouth feels dry. My brain keeps repeating Eminem lyrics: “His palms are sweaty, knees weak, arms are heavy, There’s vomit on his sweater already, mom’s spaghetti.” ...

 

 

 

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November  2019 −  Eppendorf News

The Next Level

 

How Eppendorf once again meets the needs of the user in the laboratory by introducing a new tube format and thereby changes the world of the classic “Conical Tubes”.  ...

 

 

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November  2019 −  Eppendorf News

Knowing What's Inside

Whether they are hand-­labeled, equipped with a barcode or labeled using a datamatrix-code: laboratory samples must carry an ID.  ...

 

 

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