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Research news about baker's yeast

Biotechnologists at Goethe University Frankfurt have now succeeded in optimizing sugar utilization in baker’s yeast.

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Medical Science

ERC Starting Grant for Konstantinos Stellos

With the help of an ERC Starting Grant of € 1.5 million awarded by the European Research Council, Professor Konstantinos Stellos of Goethe University Frankfurt now plans to examine how atheriosclerosis develops. 

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RNA: a vicious pathway to cancer?

The role of faulty RNA molecules will be analyzed by Goethe University’s Prof. Rolf Marschalek. The German Research Foundation (DFG) will fund the project with 1.25 million Euro.

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Female fish prefer averagely active lovers

Female mosquitofish swim away from over-impetuous lovers because they leave them hardly any time to feed and also tend to injure their genitalia more often.

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Can courts solve everything?

A new Emmy Noether Independent Junior Research Group at the Faculty of Law examines EU solidarity conflicts.

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EU funding

Cloud formation, infection research, ubiquitin code

The European Union is funding three new projects - Innovative Training Networks (ITN) within the Marie Sklodowska-Curie Programme - for structured doctoral training at Goethe University Frankfurt.

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New Research Centre

Hotter than a hundred thousand suns

The German Research Foundation (DFG) has approved a new Transregio Collaborative Research Centre (CRC/TR) in which physicists from Goethe University, Bielefeld University and TU Darmstadt want to explore “strongly interacting matter under extreme conditions”.

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