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Whether it’s crises or conflicts – many things can impact the human psyche, all the way to serious illness.
The American scientist Ann Kennedy, Ph.D., Assistant Professor at Northwestern University, Chicago, USA has won the 2022 Eppendorf & Science Prize for Neurobiology for her work on the neural population dynamics that generate and maintain our emotions and behavioral drives. By comparing the activation of neurons in multiple deep brain regions, she identifies differences between them that point to the role each region plays in shaping the drives behind survival behaviors such as fighting or fleeing.
This year's Christmas donation of 15,000 euros from Eppendorf Europe will go to NABU for a large-scale EU peatland conservation project. The aim of the project is to restore the natural function of peatlands as carbon reservoirs.
In daily operations, lab managers usually have to monitor and manage multiple systems. If information on devices, about people and running processes is disjointed and spread across numerous data silos, managers need a lot of time to find specific data.
The Eppendorf Award for Young European Investigators, endowed with 20,000 EUR, is granted annually to an early career scientist in Europe for outstanding contributions ot biomedical research. It has been awarded, in partnership with Nature, since 1995.
The globally positioned Eppendorf Group is expanding its bioprocess site in Jülich, Germany with the construction of a new state-of-the-art multifunctional building. The topping-out ceremony on September 16 marked the start of the final construction phase for the new building, which sets standards in sustainability and digitalization.
News 08. septiembre 2022 07:00
In the new Nature podcast, science journalist Adam Levy talks to the winner of the Eppendorf Award for Young European Investigators 2022, Thi Hoang Duong Nguyen, about her pioneering work on the structure and function of telomerase, and its vital role in everyday cell function and disease. Nguyen is Group Leader at the MRC-Laboratory of Molecular Biology in Cambridge, UK.
We at Eppendorf know that sustainability is playing an increasingly important role in the perception and purchasing decisions of customers looking for laboratory consumables. This is why Eppendorf is not anymore exclusively focused on developing new premium quality laboratory consumables. Parallelly Eppendorf searches for more sustainable manufacturing materials in order to conserve resources, and now we can present the first result of our efforts with the introduction of a generation of Eppendorf Tubes® BioBased.
The globally active Eppendorf Group continues its growth track in Asia in a targeted manner and has opened a new site in Singapore. The new subsidiary is located in the heart of Singapore’s modern Biopolis science center and offers attractive office workplaces for sales and service activities, a modern pipette calibration laboratory and a demo laboratory.
The globally positioned Eppendorf Group, a life science specialist, is picking up speed when it comes to climate protection. The company is reducing its CO2 emissions and will be climate-neutral by 2028 – much earlier than specified by the EU. To enable this, Eppendorf has developed a company-wide climate strategy with numerous measures for reducing its CO2 emissions.
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