The latest results of research
Ocean. Life threatening manoeuvres under its surface - at least for diatoms.
Hostile takeover in the ocean
How egg fungis attack algaes
Dr Michael Böhme is a chemist who has developed a theoretical approach to predict the magnetic properties of single-chain magnets with greater accuracy.
Arguably the smallest bar magnets in the world
A computer model assists in the analysis of single-chain magnets
The closest exoplanet known, Proxima Centauri b, also belongs to a multiple star system. Artist’s impression (ESO/M. Kornmesser)
Distant worlds under many suns
Exoplanets in multiple star systems
All green plants living today can be traced back to a common ancestor that was already a green plant
Time travel through the evolution of plants
The development of the diversity of rooted plants
Prof. Dr Christian Eggeling helped develop the STED microscopy method.
Observing HIV on a live stream
High-resolution microscopy reveals virus spread in real time
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