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02/08/2023
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  • Cyanobacteria produce methane
    Cyanobacteria, also known as blue-green algae, are among the most common organisms on Earth and are notorious for forming toxins. A recent study has now shown for the first time that these bacteria...
  • How cells disentangle clumped proteins
    A Dutch-German team including researchers from Heidelberg University explored and describe a molecular machine which pulls on exposed loops of the protein chains and extracts them from the protein ...
  • Artificial carbohydrates for sustainable food production?
    What alternatives to conventional agriculture exist to produce carbohydrates for food and feed? Scientists at Heidelberg University performed model calculations for artificial sugar production with...




  • Ageing is visible in the way cells use glucose
    Getting older means a few more wrinkles and grey hairs. Deep down, ageing also entails a functional decline of your cells and especially of stem cells. A research team from EMBL and Heidelberg Univ...


  • Water Dating with an Atom Trap
    A Heidelberg physics project funded by the German Research Foundation (DFG) will focus on a new type of dating method for use in the earth and environmental sciences. The research team will deploy ...
  • Closing in on the secret of possible new enzymes
    Researchers at Heidelberg University have gained new knowledge on the possible biological function of patellamides. In laboratory experiments, they were able to demonstrate that this natural produc...


  • The special properties of an atomic gas
    In a laboratory experiment, physicists at the Center for Quantum Dynamics of Heidelberg University have succeeded in determining the equation of state for an atomic gas, which can be used to precis...