Tag: Biology

21. January 2020

Scientists show we don´t need horses to treat diphtheria Research Funded by PETA Science Group Breaks New Ground With Recombinant Human Antibodies

11. December 2019

Plant Reaction to Heat: The Head is in the Soil A case of communication between root and shoot

7. October 2019

Listening to the Cracking of the Ice Logbook TransTiP - Part 8: Searching for Clues in the Glacier Landscape

25. September 2019

Well Construction for Science Logbook TransTiP - Part 7: Measurements in the Wetlands Around Nam Co

16. September 2019

Out and about on Heaven Lake Logbook TransTiP - Part 6: Sediment drilling amidst hail and tornadoes

10. September 2019

Research at an Altitude of 4,700 Metres Logbook TransTiP - Part 5: Start of Field Work at Nam Co

9. September 2019

Cool lizards do not like global warming Nature Communications

30. August 2019

Arrival on the Roof of the World Logbook TransTiP - Part 4: Expedition Preparations in Thin Air

26. August 2019

Excursion with a view Logbook TransTiP - Part 3: On the way to the Hailuogou Glacier

19. August 2019

Hot, hotter, Hot Pot Logbook TransTiP - Part 2: Summer school with hot sauce

14. August 2019

欢迎来到成都 – Welcome to Chengdu Logbook TransTiP - Part 1: Summer School in the City of Panda Bears

8. August 2019

Exploration of the Third Pole Second expedition of the International Research Training Group to Tibet

26. July 2018

Diatom ooze sediments are a large marine mercury sink Sediments reveal mercury pollution in Antarctica since the beginning of the industrial period

10. May 2017

Godzilla marine iguana discovered on Galapagos Conservation of threatened iconic marine iguanas improved by a new taxonomy

29. March 2017

Antiviral antibodies against Marburg virus World´s first protective antibodies against Marburg virus developed

15. December 2016

Gut bacteria of amphibians are flexible Published in the journal "Nature Communications"

30. November 2016

Fighting Diphtheria: replacing horse sera with human antibodies Antibody engineers from TU Braunschweig will make better drugs

21. October 2016

Genes on the rack Physical Chemists at TU Braunschweig have developed a novel nanotool that provides a facile means of characterizing the mechanical properties of biomolecules.

3. June 2015

Darwin’s ugly duckling surprises evolutionary biologists Speciation and hybridization in Galápagos-marine iguanas