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Archive: News

The International Court of Justice (ICJ) in The Hague. Photo: The International Court of Justice (ICJ) in The Hague.

Towards a Rule-Based and Value-Oriented International Community? – Legal scholars and political scientists examine the role of international law in global change

The UN Security Council, UN peacekeeping missions, and the first forms of international criminal justice: these all seem to herald the formation of an international crisis management system within an increasingly interconnected...
27. Oct 2015
The UN Security Council, UN peacekeeping missions, and the first forms of international criminal justice: these all seem to herald the formation of an international crisis management system within an increasingly more ...
Dr. Julian Drews, Prof. Dr. Ottmar Ette, and Julia Bayerl. Photo: Karla Fritze.

Leaving Behind Signs of Life – Humboldt‘s American Travel Diaries

Between 1799 and 1804, Alexander von Humboldt (1769–1859) and his companion botanist Aimé Bonpland undertook three major expeditions: They explored the Orinoco River and the Rio Negro, crossed the Andes Mountains and climbed the...
21. Oct 2015
Between 1799 and 1804, Alexander von Humboldt (1769–1859) and his companion botanist Aimé Bonpland undertook three major expeditions: They explored the Orinoco River and the Rio Negro, crossed the Andes Mountains and more ...

A Camel instead of a Mouse – Biologists are developing a new system to produce antibodies

The body produces them in masses during an infectious disease. They are able to bind to specific surface structures of bacteria and viruses, dock themselves to them and mark the disease trigger for depletion. Antibodies are small...
15. Oct 2015
The body produces them in masses during an infectious disease. They are able to bind to specific surface structures of bacteria and viruses, dock themselves to them and mark the disease trigger for depletion. Antibodies more ...
Dr. Tsanko Gechev, scientific manager of CropStrengthen, in the greenhouse. Photo: Thomas Hölzel.

The Genome Analysts – New Methods in Plant Breeding

How large can fruits get? How resistant are they to disease? How long can they survive during a drought? The information for all these traits is codified in a plant’s genome. Researchers are working to identify which genes are...
06. Oct 2015
How large can fruits get? How resistant are they to disease? How long can they survive during a drought? The information for all these traits is codified in a plant’s genome. Researchers are working to identify which more ...

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