Research Magazine

Tomorrow's electronics are diverse. Above all, they take place on the smallest scale. On the nanometre scale, researchers today are already juggling the most varied ingredients: various organic substances on a molecular level or graphene which shows unusual mechanical or electronic characteristics.&nbsp;<a href="#__target_object_not_reachable"> <br /></a>

Nanoelectronics

Tomorrow's electronics are diverse. Above all, they take place on the smallest scale. On the nanometre scale, researchers today are already juggling the most varied ingredients: various organic substances on a molecular level or graphene which shows unusual mechanical or electronic characteristics. [more]

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Computer Science . Genetics . Medicine

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Bioinformatics and epigenetics – computer-aided cancer diagnosis

March 01, 2012

Max Planck researchers use ingenious software programs in their quest for biomarkers for clinical cancer diagnosis [more]

Evolutionary Biology . Genetics

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Modern man meets Neanderthal

October 15, 2010

Ten years after analyzing the human genome scientists have unravelled the DNA of the Neanderthals. The result: Homo sapiens and Neanderthals intermingled. Thus, there is a bit of Neanderthal in most of us. [more]

Cell Biology . Developmental Biology . Medicine

Induced pluripotent stem cells - from specialists to allrounders

March 04, 2010

Special transcription factors can restore specialised cells to their original state. These stem cells can then tranfom into any type of cell of the body
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