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While the invasion of plants and animals has been widely examined, microorganisms have received little attention. At the University of Potsdam, PD. Dr. Guntram Weithoff and his team will contribute to filling this gap. Photo: Karla Fritze

Who Is the Strongest? – Team of biologists is looking for the invasive success of blue-green algae

The Himalayan balsam (Impatiens glandulifera) has succeeded. So has the Chinese mitten crab (Eriocheir sinensis). Both belong to the plant and animal species that travelled thousands of kilometers and settled in new regions...
22. Jun 2015
The Himalayan balsam (Impatiens glandulifera) has succeeded. So has the Chinese mitten crab (Eriocheir sinensis). Both belong to the plant and animal species that travelled thousands of kilometers and settled in new more ...
When money takes strange paths – Potsdam economists are examining how imperfections in financial markets influence cash flow between developing countries and industrial nations. Photo: Fotolia/eyetronic

When Money Takes Strange Paths – The Imperfection of Financial Markets as an Object of Academic Curiosity

Potsdam economists are examining how imperfections in financial markets influence – in the case of a general liberalization –cash flow between developing countries and industrial nations. The researchers are preparing theoretical...
15. Jun 2015
Potsdam economists are examining how imperfections in financial markets influence – in the case of a general liberalization –cash flow between developing countries and industrial nations. The researchers are preparing more ...
Working memory is a buffer of the human brain. Its capacity is limited, even more so in dyslexic people. Photo: Fotolia/lassedesignen

When Similar Things Interfere – Researching Working Memory

Working memory is a buffer of the human brain. Its capacity is limited, even more so in dyslexic people. The psychologist Katrin Göthe experimentally analyzed what exactly limits it. How to improve the performance of working...
08. Jun 2015
Working memory is a buffer of the human brain. Its capacity is limited, even more so in dyslexic people. The psychologist Katrin Göthe experimentally analyzed what exactly limits it. How to improve the performance of more ...

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