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Does inflation put poorer households at a disadvantage?

Economists at Goethe University Frankfurt show that inflation in Europe is more burdensome for low income groups.

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Nobel Prize

For how long will the USA remain the Nobel Prize leader?

An empirical study on the historical development of Nobel Prize productivity in the US, the UK, Germany and France allows a prognosis

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Clouds like a semi-transparent parasol

Climate researcher Dr. Anna Possner, one of 13 researchers selected by an expert jury of the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) for the program “Make Our Planet Great Again“ will join the Department for Atmospheric and Environmental Sciences at the Goethe University.

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Biology III

Complementing conventional antibiotics

Discoveries about one of Legionella’s enzymatic weapons leads to new strategy for fighting bacteria.

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Thorny life of new-born neurons

The hippocampus is a critical region in the brain for learning and memory. For the first time, scientists have observed how stimulation causes the spines on its neuronal dendrites to enlarge.

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Black holes from an exacomputer

Scientists develop simulation code for new generation of supercomputers

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Biology II

Asian tiger mosquito on the move

Scientists at the Goethe University and the Senckenberg Gesellschaft für Naturforschung predict further spread of Asian tiger mosquito after comparing invasion history and ecological niches with yellow fever mosquito on several continents.

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