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We constantly move our eyes to gather important information from our surroundings. By measuring eye movements, we can gain insight into how this information is…

Scientists discover a new function for a long-known molecule.  A team of researchers from Helmholtz Munich has discovered a new function for vitamin K, which…

Using retrospective radiocarbon birth dating, an international team of scientists shows that the human liver stays young throughout life and is on average less than…

With a grant from Independent Research Fund Denmark, a team of researchers and experts from industry and Aarhus University will try to solve the fundamental…

New TU Dresden research group aims to uncover how stem cells respond to mechanical forces and electrical cues during the development and maintenance of the…

Artificial intelligence (AI) will fundamentally change medicine and healthcare: Diagnostic patient data, e.g. from ECG, EEG or X-ray images, can be analyzed with the help…

Scientists from the Cluster of Excellence ct.qmat – Complexity and Topology in Quantum Matter have developed a new understanding of how electrons behave in strong…

Hydraulic Instability Decides Who’s to Die and Who’s to Live In many species including humans, the cells responsible for reproduction, the germ cells, are often…

Mollusks build shells to protect their soft tissues from predators. Nacre, also known as the mother of pearl, has an intricate, highly regular structure that…

TU Dresden Freigeist fellow Dr Juliane Simmchen is investigating with her multidisciplinary junior research group the motion of synthetic microswimmers in liquids. Her goal is…

The Borexino collaboration, in which also scientists from TU Dresden are involved, has succeeded after more than 80 years in experimentally confirming the Bethe-Weizsäcker cycle….

Blood Stem Cells Boost Immunity by Keeping a Record of Previous Infections These findings should have a significant impact on future vaccination strategies and pave…

How do female insects manage to keep the sperm fresh for months after mating? This is a central question of the sperm biologists of the…

Quantum materials are worldwide in the focus of research activities within diverse scientific disciplines. This material class appears to be increasingly complex and rich in…