Prof. Dr. med. Sebastian Zeißig, group leader of the DFG Research center for Regenerative Therapies Dresden (CRDT) - Cluster of Excellence at the TU Dresden and physician at the Department of Medicine I, Dresden Hospital Carl Gustav Carus has now shown a decisive role of gut bacteria in the regulation of intestinal stem cells and the development of colon cancer.
The research team of Prof. Elly Tanaka at the DFG Research Center for Regenerative Therapies Dresden (CRTD) - Cluster of Excellence at the TU Dresden achieved a breakthrough in the elucidation of important regulatory processes in the restoration of the axolotl’s limbs. The publication of these results in Nature, one of the world’s leading scientific journals once again proves the efficiency of...
A study reports the realization of a parallel computer based on designed nanofabricated channels explored in a massively parallel fashion by protein filaments propelled by molecular motors.
We are pleased to invite you to the ultimate laser and joining event!The 9th International Symposium in Dresden combines, once again, the former workshops »FiSC« and »High-power Diode Lasers« as well as the »Tailored Joining Symposium« into one unique conference.
The board of the umbrella organisation addresses an appeal to all members of the 22 institutions, to take a stance for a peaceful and cosmopolitan Dresden. There are numerous occasions to do so, particularly on 6th and 13th February 2016. The demonstration on 6th of February takes place from 1-3 p.m.
The discussion is scheduled on January 27 th at Deutsches Hygiene Museum at 7 p.m. It is part of the series "Between inside and outside. Flight and migration as a challenge for Europe" which takes part as a cooperation with the TU Dresden, SLUB and in the context of DRESDEN-concept e.V.
How do the populations of Italy, Poland and Germany react to the current refugee crisis? Which motives fuel the resentments and and lead to racism? How do the political elites handle protest and do they respond to offers of aid?