News Year: 2020

Again: “Highly Cited Researcher“ at HITS

18. November 2020

For five years running, computer scientist Alexandros Stamatakis from the Heidelberg Institute for Theoretical Studies (HITS) has been named one of …

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Making sense of what you see in biomedical images

9. November 2020

Sometimes an image is just an image. Sometimes it gives those who can read it correctly a deeper insight into what …

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New tools for computing protein-ligand dissociation rates and exploring dissociation mechanisms

3. November 2020

The length of time that a drug molecule spends bound to its protein target – its residence time – is an important determinant …

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Why scientists should be on twitter

2. November 2020

Twitter has been around since 2006 and currently has around 330 million active users (as of October 2020) making it one of the most …

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Paper accepted at LAW 2020

15. October 2020

The paper “pyMMAX2: Deep Access to MMAX2 Projects from Python” by Mark-Christoph Müller has been accepted as a poster for …

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Paper accepted at SDP Workshop

15. October 2020

The paper “Reconstructing Manual Information Extraction with DB-to-Document Backprojection: Experiments in the Life Science Domain” by Mark-Christoph Müller, Sucheta Ghosh, …

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HITSters can bike!

12. October 2020

Overall, 10 HITSters participated in the nationwide competition “Stadtradeln” (City Cycling Challenge) to show that we can navigate through daily life easily …

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Siobhan Roberts – Journalist in Residence 2020

6. October 2020

The Canadian science journalist and author Siobhan Roberts is the current “Journalist in Residence” at the Heidelberg Institute for Theoretical Studies (…

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Siobhan Roberts named “Journalist in Residence” at HITS

5. October 2020

The Heidelberg Institute for Theoretical Studies (HITS) gives science journalists the opportunity to deepen their knowledge of computer-based, data-driven science with …

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Women in academia during the COVID-19 pandemic

2. October 2020

Last month, the European Molecular Biology Laboratory (EMBL) organized a virtual conference on “The impact of the COVID-19 crisis on women …

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