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Design and realization of synthetic enzymes open up an alternative to natural photorespiration more

Hessische Landesregierung fördert neuen LOEWE Schwerpunkt „Diffusible Signals“ more

Molecular time travel

December 09, 2020

A simple rule of biochemistry drives the evolution of useless complexity more

The successful model of doctoral training is being extended: For another six years, the IMPRS for Micobiology offers a structured, three-year doctoral training program in close cooperation with the University of Marburg and the SYNMIKRO Research Center. The submission of applications opens on December 1, 2020 and runs until January 31, 2021 - the final selection stage is the online symposium at the end of March 2021. more

CRISPRi screens reveal sources of metabolic robustness in E.coli more

Project GAIN4CROPS

November 05, 2020

The recently launched EU-funded project aims to improve photosynthetic efficiency of the oil crop sunflower more

Spore formation in fast motion

November 02, 2020

Time-lapse microscopy reveals different life cycle strategies in Bacillus subtilis more

How methanogens are able to render oxygen molecules harmless more

Teilen und Vergrößern

September 25, 2020

Researchers from Freiburg and Marburg discover a mechanism by which cell nuclei grow more

Researchers reveal nanoscale architecture of cellular uptake machinery more

Establishment of new DNA Biofoundry "MaxGENESYS" at MPIterMic more

Helge Bode complements science community at Marburg`s Campus Lahnberge with his research on microbial natural products more

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