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Illuminating biomolecules

Professor Claudia Höbartner of the Institute of Organic and Biomolecular Chemistry at Göttingen University has received a Consolidator Grant from the European Research Council (ERC). Starting in July 2016 and for a period of five years, the ERC will be funding her project “Illuminating aptamers and ribozymes for biomolecular tagging and fluorogen activation (illumizymes)” to the tune of around two million euros. more...

Intensified cooperation between the agricultural sciences

Göttingen University and UC Davis are planning to work more closely together in the future. The two institutions of higher learning want to intensify their cooperation primarily by promoting the exchange between students and lecturers. more...

Biodiversity loss prohibits necessary evolution of species

The extinction of species may slow down or prevent the evolution of new species needed to compensate the functions of the ones which went extinct. This is the conclusion of the first experimental study on the subject by biologists from Utrecht, Göttingen, Leipzig and Montpellier. They suggest that the extinction of species may have far more long-lasting and detrimental effects than currently assumed. more...

Excellent project in Computer Science

A joint German-Japanese research project in Computer Science, coordinated by the University of Göttingen, has successfully passed the final review by the European Union with the grade of “excellent”. The researchers in the collaborative project “GreenICN” have been working on how to make networks stable during natural and man-made disasters. more...

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New University European Network to Launch

A group of world leading, universities met in Brussels to found the Guild of European Research Intensive Universities. Among the founding members of the Guild of European Research Intensive Universities is the University of Göttingen. more...

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