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Prof. Dr. Heiko M. Möller in the laboratory

Proteins, Cell Migration, and Perseverance – Chemist Prof. Heiko M. Möller wants to understand cell adhesion and migration

Heiko Möller works at the interface of chemistry, biology, and medicine, which makes his research special. “We are interested in biomolecules,” says the Professor for Analytical Chemistry. These include complex protein molecules,...
24. May 2016
Heiko Möller works at the interface of chemistry, biology, and medicine, which makes his research special. “We are interested in biomolecules,” says the Professor for Analytical Chemistry. These include complex protein more ...
Prof. Dr. Sönke Neitzel

Cultures of Intelligence – How nations see their intelligence agencies

The first spy novel was published in 1903. “The Riddle of the Sands” by Irish author Robert Erskine Childers is the story of a young Englishman who thinks he is being invited to go duck hunting at the German Baltic Sea. He and a...
09. May 2016
The first spy novel was published in 1903. “The Riddle of the Sands” by Irish author Robert Erskine Childers is the story of a young Englishman who thinks he is being invited to go duck hunting at the German Baltic Sea. more ...
Little World Models

World Models – Graduate Research School GeoSim Bridges Mathematics with Earth and Environmental Sciences

The earth is complex. What happens on it and in it is difficult to explain and can only be partially predicted.  Yet, this would be important, especially in light of the increasing number of natural disasters that occur...
04. May 2016
The earth is complex. What happens on it and in it is difficult to explain and can only be partially predicted.  Yet, this would be important, especially in light of the increasing number of natural disasters that more ...

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