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Pollen in the air
07/22/2019 · Leibniz Institute for Tropospheric Research
Pollen not only cause allergies, but also have an influence on the climate. Using laser beams researchers now aim to find out more about the properties of these tiny particles.
07/18/2019 · ifo Institute - Leibniz Institute for Economic Research
Andreas Peichl, Director of the ifo Center for Macroeconomics and Surveys, will advise the German Federal Minister of Finance on fiscal policy issues.
07/16/2019 · Leibniz Institute for Astrophysics Potsdam
A new 3D view of the Milky Way reveals the central Galactic bar for the first time.
07/16/2019 · Leibniz-Institute for Food Systems Biology at the Technical University of Munich
In addition to taste perception, bitter receptors also fulfill other physiological functions, for example, in the human immune system. A new substance should help to explore these.
07/15/2019 · Leibniz Institute of Plant Genetics and Crop Plant Research
Pigmentation allows insights into important gene functions and regulations. One of the key genes involved in this process has been identified.
07/15/2019 · Museum für Naturkunde
Researchers discovered the oldest completely preserved lily. The 115 million year old Cratolirion is one of the earliest known monocotyledonous plants.
07/12/2019 · Leibniz Centre for Tropical Marine Research
For promising and original geoscientific research PhD student Dini Adyasari will be awarded the Bernd Rendel Prize 2019 by the German Research Foundation.
07/11/2019 · German Institute of Human Nutrition
Researchers have found that intermittent fasting reduces pancreatic fat. The latter may play a decisive role in the development of type 2 diabetes.
07/10/2019 · Senckenberg Gesellschaft für Naturforschung
Researchers have solved a 30,000-year-old murder. Contrary to previous expectations, the earliest modern European fell victim to an act of violence.
07/09/2019 · Kiel Institute for the World Economy
If Europe wants to succeed with the Paris Climate Agreement, it has to extend the European Emissions Trading Scheme to all sectors and greenhouse gases.
07/09/2019 · Leibniz Institute for Solid State and Materials Research Dresden
Inspired by folding art: a new method uses external magnetic fields for the targeted production of three-dimensional micro devices with outstanding performance and high yield.
07/05/2019 · Leibniz Institute for Tropospheric Research
Leibniz scientists have investigated ice cores, which can provide insights on the type of cloud cover in the Arctic over the last 500 years and thus close large gaps in knowledge in climate research.
Academic Freedom in Hungary
Open letter from the Alliance of Science Organisations in Germany to Prime Minister Orbán
07/03/2019 · Leibniz Institute of Photonic Technology
A new optical method helps surgeons to reliably identify tumors and remove them more precisely.
07/03/2019 · Innovations for High Performance Microelectronics
5G mobile networks are taking shape and will soon be available to everyone. Leibniz Scientists coordinate a project on large scale testing in different sites across Europe.
Reducing food waste
06/27/2019 · ZEW – Leibniz Centre for European Economic Research
To further reduce food waste by facilitating a needs-based distribution of food donations to food banks is the goal of a new project.
Recognizing movement patterns
06/27/2019 · German Primate Center - Leibniz Institute für Primate Research
The research project "Deep Movement Diagnostics" receives around 1.2 million euros for the development of three-dimensional reconstructions of movement patterns.
06/27/2019 · Leibniz Institute of Plant Genetics and Crop Plant Research
B chromosomes are often preferentially inherited. Researchers have now been able to decipher the mechanisms behind this phenomenon.
06/21/2019 · ifo Institute - Leibniz Institute for Economic Research
A new study shows that the population of Eastern Germany has fallen back to a level last seen in 1905 and that the impact of the German division is thoroughly underestimated.
06/21/2019 · Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research
The West Antarctic ice sheet instability might trigger a global sea-level rise of more than 3 meters.
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