Max Planck and Harvard research teams develop DeMAG, a new method shared as an open-source web server (demag.org) to help interpret mutations in…
Dresden researchers develop CrowDsourcing COndensate Database and Encyclopedia (CD-CODE), a community-editable platform and database of biomolecular…
Scientists show that so called senescent cells, i.e., cells that have permanently stopped dividing, boost production of new muscle cells to enhance…
Study from Max Planck Berlin and Dresden researchers recognized as most exciting work published in the journal “Development.”
Researchers from Dresden investigated how four Drosophila genes, known to control eye color, are essential for health of retinal tissue.
For International Women’s Day and World Organoid Research Day, AMSBIO interviewed two extraordinary women about their experiences working in science.
Bridging biochemistry and cell biology
Max Planck Director will lead one of the largest medical and scientific research centers in Europe
Hendrik Sikkema receives prestigious fellowship
First hackathon for the Open Framework for Particles and Meshes