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Ricard Alert is a new MPI-PKS research group leader and a new CSBD member
Temperature controls formation and dissolution of membraneless droplets in the roundworm C.elegans.
CASUS partner, including MPI-CBG, sign cooperation agreements at Open House event
New TU Dresden research group aims to uncover how stem cells respond to mechanical forces and electrical cues during the development and maintenance...
Researchers from Dresden uncover microstructural elements in liver cells that might aid early detection of disease
Dresden researchers find that proteins can work together to generate forces that bring DNA together.
Dresden cell biologist elected to the Leopoldina National Academy of Sciences
MPI-CBG part of the Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF) initiative
Artwork in the CSBD by PhD student Karen Soans
Dresden researchers discover that a mechanical cue is at the origin of cell death decision.