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14.04.2020
Students often do not question online information

CORA study by former GRC fellow Olga Zlatkin-Troitschanskaia examines students' ability to critically assess information from the Internet and from social media ...

09.04.2020
ERC Advanced Grant for Edward Lemke

GRC fellow receives prestigious EU research funding for work on membraneless organelles that construct synthetic proteins in cells ...

09.04.2020
Belle II yields first results in search of the Z' boson

GRC member Concettina Sfienti and colleagues present initial results of the Belle II experiment and their work dealing with a new particle in the context of Dark Matter ...

08.04.2020
Polymer Physics Prize to Kurt Binder

Former GRC fellow honored by American Physical Society for outstanding contributions to statistical physics of polymers and for demonstrating the role of polymers as key systems to study central concepts of modern condensed matter physics (web page in German) ...

12.-13.03.2020
"Retirement migration to the global South: Current insights and future perspectives"

International symposium organized by former GRC fellow Cornelia Schweppe ...

12.03.2020
Brief entrance test can predict academic success within the first year of study in Economics

Chances of study success in Economics could be determined at the beginning of studies / Results of the WiWiSET project by former GRC fellow Olga Zlatkin-Troitschanskaia ...

19.02.2020
Zinc isotopes in dental enamel: GRC member Thomas Tütken tests new method for reconstructing the diet of fossil vertebrates

Ratio of zinc-66 to zinc-64 isotopes sheds light on the nutrition of prehistoric mammals ...

11.02.2020
The necropolis of Asyut as an important element of Egypt's cultural memory

German-Egyptian research project by former GRC fellow Ursula Verhoeven-van Elsbergen has reestablished Asyut's importance in the history of Egypt over the past 16 years ...

05.02.2020
Fruit flies respond to rapid changes in the visual environment thanks to luminance-sensitive lamina neurons

GRC fellow Marion Silies has discovered a mechanism employed by the fruit fly Drosophila melanogaster that broadens our understanding of visual perception ...

26.01.2020
ESy-Labs wins CHEManager Innovation Pitch 2019

Expert jury honors startup co-founded by GRC director Siegfried Waldvogel (web page in German) ...

02.01.2020
Canada's highest civilian honor for Donald Dingwell

GRC fellow becomes Officer of the Order of Canada for his contributions to the study of volcanology, and for his leadership in promoting science and research in the formation of international public policy ...