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Where computer science meets physics and biology. Our mission is to develop theoretical and computational approaches to biological systems. Tweets by Anja Glenk
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André Nadler Sep 12
We're hiring as well (looking for biochemists and organic chemists)! We have two -funded PhD positions available for researchers interested to work on lipid asymmetry and membrane structure and function. Apply here: Please RT
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IMPRS-CellDevoSys Sep 12
Looking for a in ? We offer cutting-edge projects in an international environment - with full funding! Apply by 25 October! (Pls RT!)
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Smart Biology Sep 11
Actual kinesin speed (real time) in vivo: up to 2000 nm/sec!
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Peter Steinbach Sep 11
breaking news: a team by and is setting the limits high. The following prelim ROC is from their MLP based model cleaning oceanographic data (again, this is not from a text book or synthetic data etc). 99% AUC!
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science2school Sep 11
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science2school Sep 11
Pipetting and loading the gel in the DNA fingerprint session with Santiago (Spain), Katarina (Slovakia) and Obadah (Syria)
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science2school Sep 11
This is an interesting mutation in the fruitfly! Romina and Jana having fun in our model organism session.
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science2school Sep 11
Another premiere today: a PI joins us for the first time! Thanks a lot for supporting our project!! 🙏🏻😃👍🏻
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science2school Sep 11
What do roundworms eat? ELBE postdoc Tina explains in our model organism session. Today visits Romain-Rolland-Gymnasium in Dresden for the 1st time 😃
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Center for Systems Biology Dresden Sep 10
New work of affiliates and and colleagues. Congrats! 👏🏻
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Mariana De Niz Sep 10
Check our hl on the work by et al,the creators of CLIJ: a tool that overcomes a bottleneck in the microscopy workflow,allowing accelerated image processing. An exciting and useful advance!
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Center for Systems Biology Dresden Sep 10
Congrats to everyone 🎊🤩👏🏻
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JCellBiol Sep 10
During development, nuclear positioning mechanisms vary in tissues of different morphology, including a novel formin-dependent mechanism in curved neuroepithelia
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Center for Systems Biology Dresden Sep 10
Replying to @psteinb_ @mpicbg
Of course the mentors have to check the game before the kids are exposed to it 😁
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Peter Steinbach Sep 9
The 1st day of the hackathon draws to a close. First lessons learned, the stack appears alien to pip-install-anything on . This holds many people back. We are doing our best to help. Many ask for support out of the box.
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MPI-CBG Dresden Sep 9
Carl Zeiss Lecture – Award for Tony Hyman : Award of the German Society for Cell Biology for excellent achievements.
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Florian Jug Sep 9
Big Dresden Deep Learning Hackathon 2019 started today. I expect this week be a buzzing experience for participating teams as well as mentors. — Thanks to make all this happen!!!
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Peter Steinbach Sep 9
Thanks to and for allowing 5 mentors each to participate. Among them and many more as mentioned
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Rayk Behrendt Sep 5
in vivo at IT WAS AWSOME - Thank you to the teams of . And thank you to our 16 highly committed participants of the 2019 edition. If we are lucky we cu in 2021
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Center for Systems Biology Dresden Sep 6
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