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MPI-CBG Dresden 20m
Autumn is here. 🍂🍁
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MPI-CBG Dresden 27m
Fritz Lipmann Honorary Lecture by director Marino Zerial on Sept. 25 - Award of the German Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology.
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Celina Love 3h
The posters that we created with the and were also on show at the awsome this weekend. It's important to name and celebrate .
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MPI-CBG Dresden Sep 20
Replying to @NordenLab @IGCiencia
Have a great start ! You will be missed here.
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Center for Systems Biology Dresden Sep 20
Set and super excited to be today and tomorrow 😃 Visit us at the booth & find out about the exciting career options at our joint center!
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Florian Jug Sep 20
Fridays For Future and is showing presence...
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PHD Comics 22 Sep 16
Happy Postdoc Appreciation Week - Read all the postdoc comics here:
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Ksenia Kuznetsova Sep 18
Great turnout for today's Pizza, Science and Beyond with Russell Towers from MTZ, talking about struggles and wins in the battle of immune system and cancer. Insightful as well as very readable(!) chalk-talk joined by peers from and digs-bb.
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MPI-CBG Postdocs Sep 18
It is always great to appreciate the fantastic postdoc community at the
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Pavel Tomancak Sep 18
Great PI, great lab, great institute.
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MPI-CBG Dresden Sep 17
All the best!!!
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MPI-CBG Dresden Sep 17
Protective protein islands for the cytoskeleton: Tau proteins form a protective layer around microtubules. Publication from in .
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DMM Journal Sep 16
Happy , everyone. Currently, our ultra super most-read article is 'Disease modelling in human organoids' by and Meri Huch Surprised? Not us, are cool!
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DRESDEN-concept Sep 16
Das war die DDc Science Tram Fahrt...Eine Fahrt voller Fragen und Antworten zu , -, -, - und . Vielen Dank an die Expertin und die Experten und an den Fotografen S. Hoppe.
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Center for Systems Biology Dresden Sep 16
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DRESDEN-concept Sep 16
Wenn das nicht die Aussage des Abends ist „Wissenschaft ist wunderschön, wenn man sie teilt!“ Dank der tollen Expertin und Experten haben wir heute in der DDc Science Tram wieder alle viel gelernt! Thank you!
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CRTD Sep 16
Having a great time riding with the ! Experts discuss ", 's and other serious - in search of solutions".
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Caghan Kizil Sep 16
I enjoyed a lot being in the . We enjoyed a city ride and telling our research to ! Thanks to for organizing it! Science is beautiful when shared!
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Center for Systems Biology Dresden Sep 16
Back with the where we started today. Thanks to all the wonderful speakers! 👏🏻
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DRESDEN-concept Sep 16
Schon ist unsere Fragerunde in der durch vorbei - die Forschung an Medikamenten und Stammzellen geht weiter
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