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Genialsozial intern at the International Office – internship for a good cause

20th of June 2017

Genialsozial intern at the International Office – internship for a good cause

You can NOT see Carmen here, a genialsozial intern for today at our International Office. She is accompanying one American student right now. And she...

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Not only smart: Our PhD students are great cooks as well

14th of June 2017

Not only smart: Our PhD students are great cooks as well

For the 2nd time the wonderful event “Dresden isst bunt” took place. There were tables all over the picturesque Neumarkt next to the famous...

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CRTD receives 1.56 Mill. Euro BMBF-funding for retinal disease research

24th of May 2017

CRTD receives 1.56 Mill. Euro BMBF-funding for retinal disease research

The CLEANSIGHT research project, led by Elly Tanaka, Marius Ader, and Mike Karl, will focus on validating a retinal cell-based screening platform for...

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Sebastian Zeißig honored with Theodor-Frerichs-Preis

15th of May 2017

Sebastian Zeißig honored with Theodor-Frerichs-Preis

Sebastian Zeißig, group leader at the TUD-CRTD, will be awarded the Theodor-Frerichs-Preis by the DGIM, the German association for internists

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There’s no alternative to facts: join the March for Science on April 22

19th of April 2017

There’s no alternative to facts: join the March for Science on April 22

All over the world people will gather to champion the importance of science

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PhD Fall Selection 2017 is now open

13th of April 2017

PhD Fall Selection 2017 is now open

The Online Application system for the upcoming Fall Selection 2017 has been opened!

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The DIGS-BB featured in Scientia magazine

5th of April 2017

The DIGS-BB featured in Scientia magazine

The Scientia magazine, published in the UK, presents the DIGS-BB in a four page article in their latest issue

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Biomolecules – the future of computing?

21st of March 2017

Biomolecules – the future of computing?

Bio4Comp, a recently launched research project funded by the EU program Horizon 2020 aims to develop a biocomputer that can overcome two main...

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T cells in babies give clues to who will develop type 1 diabetes

24th of February 2017

T cells in babies give clues to who will develop type 1 diabetes

The research group of Prof. Ezio Bonifacio introduces a new understanding of cellular mechanisms occurring in babies having a high risk of developing...

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Scientists in administrative positions – a career path for you?

26th of January 2017

Scientists in administrative positions – a career path for you?

The 3rd “DIPP Ask the Expert” is open for DIPP PhD students. Sign up by 30 January!

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Paul Ehrlich- and Ludwig Darmstaedter Prize for Volker Busskamp

25th of January 2017

Paul Ehrlich- and Ludwig Darmstaedter Prize for Volker Busskamp

Dr. Volker Busskamp, group leader at the TUD-CRTD, will receive the Paul Ehrlich- and Ludwig Darmstaedter Prize for Young Researchers 2017

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The DIPP School Project meets prime minister Tillich

19th of January 2017

The DIPP School Project meets prime minister Tillich

“Science goes to school” invited to New Year’s reception

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