What´s new at HITS? On this page you can find the latest news from and about HITS, including the latest scientific discoveries, personal achievements by our researchers or general changes at HITS.

Visitor: Dr. Stefan Taubenberger

17. March 2017

From March 13 to March 17, 2017, the PSO group hosted Dr. Stefan Taubenberger from the Max Planck Institute for Astrophysics in Garching as …

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Flaws in nacre!

15. March 2017

New paper on flaws in nacre is out! Flaws weaken a crystal along what macroscopic theories predict, even on the nano-scale, …

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Welcome Jana!

14. March 2017

A warm welcome to Jana Tünnermann that has just joined the MBM group as an intern. Jana is a master …

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T.V. Padma – Journalist in Residence 2017

13. March 2017

In February 2017, the India-based science journalist T.V. Padma joined HITS as the sixth “Journalist in Residence”, where she will remain …

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Visitor: Dr. Ulrich Noebauer

13. March 2017

From March 6 to March 8, 2017, the PSO group hosted Dr. Ulrich Noebauer from the Max Planck Institute for Astrophysics in Garching as …

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“Journalist in Residence”: T.V. Padma at HITS

13. March 2017

Science journalist T.V. Padma from Delhi, India, has begun her stay at the Heidelberg Institute for Theoretical Studies (HITS) as “…

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Kashif Sadiq

6. March 2017

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Neutrinos from supernovae

2. March 2017

In a recent publication in Physical Review D, HITS researchers Friedrich Röpke and Sebastian Ohlmann were part of a team …

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No. 26 | 03-2017

1. March 2017

A change in the HITS management, a new „Journalist in Residence“ from India, awards for our HITSters as well as new …

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Prof. Dr. Frauke Gräter

28. February 2017

Prof. Dr. Frauke Gräter Gruppenleiterin „Molecular Biomechanics“ am HITS Professorin für “Molecular Biomechanics” an der Universität Heidelberg Forschungsinteresse …

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