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Artwork in the CSBD by PhD student Karen Soans
Dresden researchers discover that a mechanical cue is at the origin of cell death decision.
Dresden researchers discover how a protein creates the rotatory forces essential for animal development.
MPI-CBG PhD student in first place in world’s leading science communication competition
16 new high-quality reference genomes from vertebrates are published, advancing comparative biology, conservation, and health research.
MPI-CBG director, and member of the CSBD, becomes International Honorary Member of one of the oldest learned societies in the United States.
New algorithm automatically learns physically correct models from measurement data
Hippos and whales are close relatives, but their shared “aquatic” skin traits did not come from a common ancestor.
International research team identifies how the cell nucleus structures active and inactive DNA.
New method to analyze diffusion modes in molecule mixtures