Characterizing movement patterns of E. coli bacteria by using engineered bacterial strains and physical models.
Symposium brings Dresden and Leipzig researchers together
Open-source supercomputer algorithm predicts patterning and dynamics of living materials and enables studying their behavior in space and time.
New Dresden Max Planck Institute director develops mathematical approaches to study complex biological systems.
Application for the MPI-CBG PhD Program open until October 30, 2023
Agnes Toth-Petroczy, Alexander von Appen, and Ricard Alert receive funds to launch their own projects.
Novel algorithm enables efficient study of biophysical phenomenon.
International research team shows that a newly discovered nematode species from the Pleistocene share a molecular toolkit for survival with the…
New theoretical model predicts spontaneous flow patterns of active fluids in three dimensions.
One week of international coding in Dresden