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The way of making memories

7. November 2019

Human beings live and learn and this usually happens through experience and environmental interactions. But how does the brain translate information …

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Data visualization with SABIO-VIS

6. November 2019

Collecting and curating data has never been more important – especially for systems biology. If already existing data isn’t available to …

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The irresistible pull – when massive stars collide

9. October 2019

All neutron stars are magnetic, but some are more magnetic than others. The latter, so-called magnetars, are the strongest magnets in …

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KBbox is online!

10. September 2019

A new web server, KBbox, provides a toolbox of computational methods for studying the kinetics of molecular binding Recent research has …

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Local and Precise: Neural Networks in Weather Forecasts

24. July 2019

Thunderstorms, sun, heat and cold – this year’s May showed how quickly the weather can change. Responsible is the “chaotic system” …

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EU-STANDS4PM Start 2019

1. April 2019

Accessible and shareable health information is crucial for good healthcare. Scientists of the Scientific Databases and Visualization group (SDBV) at HITS …

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Force for activation

12. March 2019

Tumor invasion and metastasis are major problems in the therapy of cancer patients. A team of researchers at the Heidelberg Institute …

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Metabolic signaling as new concept for breast cancer risk estimation

6. March 2019

HITS is partner of the international research consortium “MESI-STRAT” that explores the interplay of breast cancer metabolism and oncogenic signaling by …

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Free Open Source Materials from the ESO Supernova Planetarium & Visitor Centre

18. January 2019

Since it opened in April 2018, the ESO Supernova Planetarium & Visitor Centre has shared the wonders of the Universe with more …

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Effort clarifies major branch of insect tree of life

29. November 2018

A team of international researchers just published a new study on Hemiptera, using a vast amount molecular data to investigate their …

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