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.

For the Third Time: Award for Teaching Bioinformatics

20. June 2018

All good things come in threes: Dr. Alexandros Stamatakis – head of the HITS research group Scientific Computing and a computer science …

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Accelerated reactions in condensed bio-matter?

19. June 2018

HITS researcher Dr. Kashif Sadiq explores ribonucleoprotein granules, a condensed form of bio-matter found inside cells. He investigates whether the rate …

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HITS Spektrograph

14. June 2018

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Welcome Kevin!

14. June 2018

A warm welcome to Kevin who is visiting the group with a fellowship from the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation. He previously …

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2018: Lectures and Hands-on sessions in computational molecular biophysics

14. June 2018

Computational Molecular Biophysics How can a bird sense magnetic fields, how does our ear detect sound waves, how does our bone …

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HITS at Explore Science 2018

11. June 2018

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No. 31 | 06-2018

1. June 2018

News about our outreach activities at “Explore Science” and the upcoming HITS open house event, a new software tool for protein …

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PSO group hosts HJAC colloquium speaker Kate Maguire

23. May 2018

From May 22 to 23, 2018, the PSO group hosted Dr Kate Maguire. Kate leads a research group at the Astrophysics Research …

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HITS Annual Report 2017 released!

22. May 2018

The HITS Annual Report 2017 has been released. In this report, you will find research highlights from 2017 that range from decoding of …

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Visitor: Stefan Taubenberger

18. May 2018

From May 17 to 18, 2018, Dr Stefan Taubenberger from ESO Garching visited the PSO group to work on superluminous Type Ia supernovae. Stefan …

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