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Celebrating the life and science of Prof. Suzanne Eaton
MPI-CBG a first signing member of the initiative of the DFG and "Tierversuche verstehen" for open communication about animals in research.
Discover exciting biochemistry and miniature organ models
International workshop on unravelling the organization of life.
A gene, found only in humans, leads to a larger brain, increased memory flexibility and reduced anxiety in mice.
Dresden researchers discover that a mechanical cue is at the origin of cell death decision.
New research group leader reconstructs mammalian development in a dish to understand how embryos build themselves.
New research group leader joins the MPI-CBG
Dresden and Copenhagen researchers establish human pancreas culture system.
Dresden researchers discover how a protein creates the rotatory forces essential for animal development.