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    Bienenpuppen

    How well do bees tolerate the pollen from genetically modified maize in their diet? Scientists from the University of Würzburg have examined this question for the very first time under controlled conditions in the field and in the laboratory. They have now produced an initial finding.

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    Das neuartige Bauteil, mit dem sich bei Raumtemperatur einzelne Photonen (roter Pfeil) erzeugen lassen, ist unten schematisch gezeigt und oben im Betrieb. Durch die kreisförmigen Kontakte fließt Strom, der die darunterliegenden Farbstoffmoleküle zum Le

    Tiny components with the ability to emit single particles of light are important for various technological innovations. Physicists of the Universities of Würzburg, Stuttgart and Ulm have made significant progress in the fabrication of such structures.

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    Neurone im Rückenmark von Zebrafischen

    What needs to happen to enable stem cells to differentiate into mature cells? This question is preoccupying researchers worldwide. Scientists from the University of Würzburg’s Biocenter have now shed light on important aspects of this complex phenomenon. They have come across a new form of gene regulation.

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    Viktoria Däschlein-Gessner

    Viktoria Däschlein-Gessner recently conducted research in California, before opting to join the University of Würzburg. With an Emmy Noether grant in the bag, she is setting up her own junior research group at the Institute of Inorganic Chemistry and is on the lookout for new and interesting substances.

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    Ein neu entwickelter Hemmstoff (magenta) aus der Gruppe der Pyridone bindet an ein lebenswichtiges Enzym des Pesterregers. Blau dargestellt ist der Cofaktor des Enzyms, NADH, der wesentlich zur Wirkung des Hemmstoffs beiträgt. Bild: Maria Hirschbeck

    The plague is believed to have been eradicated in Europe. But it continues to reappear in other parts of the world, such as Madagascar, the Congo, and Peru. Since the pathogens are becoming resistant to the usual antibiotics, new agents are urgently needed. Progress has now been made in this area.

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