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Günther Gerisch

Prof. Dr. Günther Gerisch 1975 – 1979 | Guest Professor for Cell Biology Günther Gerisch studied biology at the “Freie Universität” in West Berlin and the Universities of Göttingen and Tübingen and subsequently earned his…


Research Data Management

Where to find information on (image) data management General Research Data Management (RDM) information: Clickable overview to all different aspects of RDM: rdmkit.elixir-europe.org Recommended Metadata for Biological…


Biophysics Facility

Biophysics Facility A growing range of techniques has been developed to characterise the physical properties of biological macromolecules such as proteins and nucleic acids. These biophysical techniques enable us to…


Kathrin Thedieck

The cross-border commuter May 2017 Borders are not an obstacle for her, they exist to be crossed. Kathrin Thedieck has lived at open borders since her childhood. This has shaped her self-image as a European. The fact that…


Tobias Pauli

Look into my eyes… May 2017 Tobias Pauli looks deeply into people’s eyes every day. It’s his job. He is a practicing ophthalmologist and even after so many years, their beauty does not cease to fascinate him. Already during…


The building in numbers

The building in numbers The building Height of construction 73 meters Height of Entrance Hall 13 meters Usable floor area 23’400 m 2 Volume 238’000 m 3 : 60 % above ground / 40 % below ground Floors Rooms Laboratories 40…


I2: Academic Writing and Publishing in the Life Sciences

I2: Academic Writing and Publishing in the Life Sciences - 64388 (1 hr/workshop); 2 CP; Spring 2024) Dates: 5 April, 12 April, 19 April, 26 April, 3 May & 10 May Time: 9:30 - 10:30 Jan Pieter Abrahams, Marek Basler These…


Sophisticated swarming: Bacteria support each other across generations

In nature, bacteria usually live in communities. They collectively colonize our gut, also known as the gut microbiome, or form biofilms such as dental plaque. Living in communities provides many advantages to the individual…


High-speed storage of CO2 discovered in bacteria

The unusual enzyme HDCR produces formic acid from gaseous hydrogen (H2) and carbon dioxide (CO 2 ), thus removing CO 2 from the environment and storing it in the cell. In this process, HDCR transfers electrons from hydrogen…


Women in Science Day 2022

2022 At the Biozentrum a lot of talented and curiosity-driven women are doing impactful research – here we have featured two postdocs and PhD candidates as well as research group leader. Laura de Smalen, PhD Student, Group…