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.
International research team shows that a newly discovered nematode species from the Pleistocene share a molecular toolkit for survival with the…
Max Planck and Harvard research teams develop DeMAG, a new method shared as an open-source web server (demag.org) to help interpret mutations in…
World’s largest science prize for discovering a new mechanism of cellular organization.
CSBD affiliate Maximina Yun and CSBD member Steffen Rulands receive DFG funding to examine the principles of aging in axolotl
Study finds genome loops don’t last long in cells; theories of how loops control gene expression may need to be revised.
Dresden researchers explain how liquid-like protein droplets collectively read DNA regions to switch on genes.
Researchers have found where and how mRNA arrives in a cell to modify or deliver genetic information, a crucial process for the development of novel…
Researchers from Dresden uncover microstructural elements in liver cells that might aid early detection of disease