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twin.tec "Trace": The Next Generation
Eppendorf twin.tec® PCR Plates are an established plate format in the laboratory. Their thin-walled polypropylene wells and robus ...Read more
A Chance at Life
Death comes without warning: seemingly healthy children fall asleep and don’t wake up. Biochemist Carmel Harrington has found a possible tr ...Read more
Manioc, jackfruit, quinoa and millet – not the most prominent players on the global market. This is why they are considered “orphan crops”. ...Read more
The Good in Fat
With his nonfiction book “The Fat Whisperer”, molecular biologist and biochemist Alexander Bartelt scored a “Spiegel” bestseller in Germany ...Read more
We Shape the World
The year 1945 marked a new geological era – the Anthropocene. Scientists urge that the “Era of the Human” compels us to act in a sustainable ...Read more
How to Protect Our Psyche
Life is not a long, calm river. Instead, alongside happy moments, it also holds in store for us a number of challenges. These five tips will ...Read more
Making Big Leaps
Softer materials and more intense interactions with humans: the scope of capabilities of robots continues to grow. Research is strongly guid ...Read more
Spiders are not particularly popular. Could this be because not a lot is known about them? Behavioral scientist Jutta Schneider would like t ...Read more
We pollute not only the oceans and the air, but also the skies – with light. Light pollution sounds harmless, but it is in fact a serious pr ...Read more
A “Cheerful Pessimist”
Kelly Nguyen likes to explore new paths and is often surprised by her own success. Just recently, the molecular biologist presented groundbr ...Read more
Good Days, Bad Days
Psychological problems are on the rise worldwide. Even though taboos around psychological ailments are now making room for a new reality, t ...Read more
The Pillars of Energy Transition
Thanks to Research and Development, renewable energy is being generated in ever more efficient facilities – in India, China and Scotland, as ...Read more
Colorful, not Black and White
When it comes to the equality of people from diverse backgrounds, religions or sexual orientation, much is still left to be desired. Why a c ...Read more
The Quest for Eternal Life
Longevity is more than just a trend. It is a field of research which increasingly takes center stage – particularly in the US. Are dreams of ...Read more
Play is deeply rooted in the history of humankind – evolutionarily as well as culturally. Should adults play more? A close-up view of the w ...Read more
What does the future of research look like?
In many areas of life, there are high hopes and expectations for far-reaching developments and innovation in the future. But what does this ...Read more
A Dangerous Game of Hide-and-Seek
It is a race against time: more and more bacteria are developing resistance to antibiotics. How do they do that? Molecular biologist Tanmay ...Read more
Scientific research and lab products: How important is the past for the future?
“If I have seen further than others, it is by standing upon the shoulders of giants.” — Isaac Newton, 1675Read more
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