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    Dr. Ulf Bade

    A former student of the University of Würzburg, Ulf Bade today manages a foundation that is immensely important for many students: the 'Stiftung für Hochschulzulassung' which allocates university places. He believes in the importance of perseverance.

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    Primary HUVECS expressing GFP targeted to the mitochondria. One of the HUVEC is infected with Chlamydia, stained against HSP60 (magenta).

    To survive in human cells, chlamydiae have a lot of tricks in store. Researchers of the University of Würzburg have now discovered that the bacterial pathogens also manipulate the cells' energy suppliers in the process.

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    Quantum bits are the basis for super fast quantum computers. Lately a german team of physicists took a decisive step forward in their development.

    Physicists from Würzburg, Jülich and Duisburg-Essen took a decisive step forward in the development of stable quantum bits by using Majorana-particles, which are the basis for quantum computers.

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    Shama Busha Pongo from the Congo studies European Law at the University of Würzburg. (Photo: Lena Köster)

    Some 2,600 foreign students are enrolled at the University of Würzburg. Law student Shama Busha Pongo from the Congo came to Germany four years ago and he knows exactly what he wants.

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    Microscope image of a dividing embryo of the nematode C. elegans.

    Scientists from the University of Würzburg have published new insights into waste disposal in animal cells. These findings may help to better understand the molecular mechanisms underlying autoimmune diseases like lupus.

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    A future in Germany

    03/14/2017
    Pilar from Columbia has just completed her first semester of the EAGLE programme at the University of Würzburg. (Photo: Lena Köster)

    Pilar Endara from Columbia is studying for a degree in the English master's programme "Applied Earth Observation and Geoanalysis for the Living Environment". In this article, she tells us about her future plans.

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    Hammmock under trees

    Fruit flies from warm regions have a siesta, whereas their Nordic counterparts do not. Biologists from the University of Würzburg reset the circadian clock of African flies in an experiment. As a result, these insect also reduced the length of their siesta.

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    Crazy about biology

    03/07/2017
    Taylor Stofflet, a master's student of biology, in a biophysics lab. (Photo: Lena Köster)

    Studying for a master's degree in biology at the University of Würzburg (Germany) in English? No problem: Taylor Stofflet from the USA loves the program.

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