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03.03.2016 · Germanisches Nationalmuseum
The prominent role of graphic art is reflected in the GNM's holdings of Netherlandish drawings of the 15th to 18th century, which are now being shown for the first time in a special exhibition.
Link between gene expression and longevity
02.03.2016 · Leibniz Institute on Aging - Fritz Lipmann Institute
Researchers found that when genes involved in a cell's energy production are less active at a young age, the African turquoise killifish tend to live longer.
How we keep track of what matters
23.02.2016 · German Primate Center
The visual system keeps track of relevant objects even as eye movements are made, shows a study. The results are likely to be important for our understanding of disorders like schizophrenia.
All sugars are not alike
23.02.2016 · German Institute of Human Nutrition
Isomaltulose is better than table sugar for people with type 2 diabetes. A study explains the metabolic mechanisms.
Small clumps in the body: how nanoparticles react to proteins
18.02.2016 · Leibniz-Institute for New Materials
Scientists have found out that the protein haemoglobin influences the aggregation of individual gold nanoparticles to form clumps.
Better water management could halve the global food gap
18.02.2016 · Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research
Scientists investigated systematically the worldwide potential to produce more food with the same amount of water by optimizing rain use and irrigation.
Sex with the other species
16.02.2016 · Leibniz-Institute of Freshwater Ecology and Inland Fisherie
Mating of European and Eastern tree frogs in the lowlands of Poland results in hybrid frogs that carry sex chromosomes from both species.
More and more schoolchildren are using paid tutoring
12.02.2016 · German Institute for Economic Research
The Proportion of tutored students is nearly twice as high as 15 years ago. The household income is becoming a less influential factor.
11.02.2016 · Museum für Naturkunde
The first life-sized skeleton model of the giant predatory dinosaur in the world goes on display at the Museum für Naturkunde in Berlin.
Label-free detection of viruses
11.02.2016 · Leibniz-Institute of Photonic Technology
Researchers have succeeded in the label-free detection of freely diffusing viruses measuring smaller than 20 nanometres.
A penis in amber
12.02.2016 · Museum für Naturkunde
Researchers published the unusual discovery of a 99 million year old harvestman with an extended penis.
King Kong was inflexible
06.01.2016 · Senckenberg Gesellschaft für Naturforschung
Scientists reach the conclusion that the presumably largest apes in geological history died due to their insufficient adaptability.
Header photo: CBBS, D. MAHLER/OVGU MAGDEBURG