Tag: Biology

21. March 2022

Ancient DNA rewrites Orkney Islands history International research project analyses Bronze Age human remains

11. March 2022

Microorganisms in Lake Constance convert tonnes of ammonium Microbiologists show how important ammonium-oxidising microorganisms are for Germany's largest lake

31. January 2022

Picture of the month: Early Crocus, Winter Aconite, Snowdrops and Witch Hazel The perfect "timing" in the Botanical Garden

11. January 2022

Evidence: Boost immunizations help against Omicron Worldwide study on efficacy of cross-vaccinations

8. November 2021

Smallest Forces with Enormous Effect on Molecules Molecular regulation of changes in cell shape and cell movement measured and made visible

4. November 2021

In Search of Drug Candidates in the Plant Genome Professor Boas Pucker heads the Plant Biotechnology and Bioinformatics Team

6. August 2021

Spotlight: Faculty Visits 3 – Two gardens and much more on the tour of the life sciences institutes The President's topics and appointments

27. July 2021

Vitally Important for Life – How Does Molybdenum Become Biologically Active? Mechanism of the molybdenum insertase elucidated

12. July 2021

COR-101 is Inhibiting the Emerging “Indian” Variants of SARS-CoV-2 including “Delta” Researchers from Braunschweig published preclinical dataset on the development of the anti-SARS-CoV-2 antibody COR-101 in Cell Reports

8. July 2021

Toxic Effect of Parkinson’s Drug on Brain Cells Studied New approach for analysis of levodopa side effect (dyskinesia)

Die Abbildung zeigt eine mikroskopische Aufnahme des Maus-Hippocampus. In roter Farbe sind die A-beta-Ablagerungen sichtbar gemacht worden. Um diese Alzheimer-typischen Ablagerungen in der Maus untersuchen zu können, sind spezielle Mausmodelle notwendig, die auch von der AG Korte im Rahmen dieser Studie verwendet wurden. Bildnachweis: Holz, Korte/TU Braunschweig 28. June 2021

How Does Alzheimer’s Disease Begin? "Deep is the well of the past. Should it not be called unfathomable?" (Thomas Mann)

12. May 2021

More Stress, Fewer Frogs? Zoological Institute investigates environmental stress as a possible cause for creeping decline of grass frogs

11. May 2021

Sugar Exposes Bacteria How biologists and chemists from Israel and Germany make potentially dangerous bacteria visible

1. April 2021

Picture of the Month April: Not one Cell like the Other Submitted by Professor Christian Sieben

11. March 2021

New Chance for Better Pandemic Response Researchers at TU Braunschweig and HZI succeed in developing neutralizing anti-SARS-CoV-2 antibodies from immune cells of healthy donors

9. February 2021

Out of Balance Homeo-brain" project explores disruption of brain cell homeostasis

17. December 2020

DFG Funds Life Sciences Research Group Research network investigates synthetic development of cytochalasans

1. September 2020

Picture of the month: Filigree Diatoms in Braunschweig’s Spielmannsteich Submitted by the Institute of Geosystems and Bioindication

31. August 2020

Progress through biocatalysis Dr. Mehdi Mohammadi as visiting researcher from Iran at the TU Braunschweig