The lecture by Emmanuelle Charpentier will focus on the individual steps of research that ultimately led to the discovery of the CRISPR-Cas9 technology, and on some relevant applications in life sciences / Berlin October 25, 2018
In principle, almost any encryption key can be broken - all you need is the right computing power. The situation is different, however, with quantum cryptography. Gerd Leuchs is researching this encryption technology of the future.
Nailbiting or soporific? Researchers have found a chemical criterion for rating #movies: the more nervous moviegoers are, the more #isoprene they emit - a measurable indication of how stressful a film is 😱😴https://t.co/UdmXksJsnH @maxplanckpress
Innovative topic, interdisciplinary curriculum: applications are now open at the brand new Max Planck School #MatterToLife, waiting for its first fresh batch of bright & enthusiastic #PhD students! Curious? All info here https://t.co/C32zUaWotR @mattertolife @maxplanckpress https://t.co/KF5x0FmmKB
Back to School? Then make it a Max Planck School! 😉Applications are now open at the brand new Max Planck School MatterToLife, waiting for its first fresh batch of bright & enthusiastic PhD students! Curious? More info here http://www.maxplanckschools.de/23875/application
The animals of our planet are constantly in motion – some may fly, swim, or migrate thousands of kilometers; others move just a few hundred metres. They all have one thing in common, however: little is known about their journeys. Icarus should change this in the next years. By increasing our knowledge about animal migration, we can learn more about the state of our planet.