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  • Waste and Wastewater in Indian Metropolises

    7/23/2017 - Research In Germany

    Waste and wastewater in large Indian cities with over one million inhabitants are at the focus of a Summer School at the Department of Engineering Geology and Hydrogeology of   
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  • Combination of CACNA1C-gene and stress increases risk for disorder

    7/23/2017 - Research In Germany

    Using genome-wide association studies, researchers are identifying more and more genes associated with psychiatric disorders.  
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  • Ancient Saharan dust reveals new insights into the history of the desert

    7/23/2017 - Research In Germany

    The Sahara is the largest dry desert of the world and therewith the globally most intense producer of dust.  
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  • Probing the pores in membrane vesicles

    7/23/2017 - Research In Germany

    Ion channels in the membrane vesicles that mediate intracellular protein transport play a crucial role in cell physiology.  
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  • The Rhetoric(s) of Literary Studies

    7/23/2017 - Research In Germany

    The rhetoric(s) of literary studies is the subject of the Summer School of the Friedrich Schlegel Graduate School for Literary Studies to be held July 23 to 30, 2017, at  
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  • Black swans in public administration

    7/23/2017 - Research In Germany

    Administrative scientist Professor Wolfgang Seibel from the University of Konstanz awarded a Reinhart Koselleck Project to carry out pioneering research into serious  
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  • New model for the origin of grid cells

    7/20/2017 - Research In Germany

    LMU neurobiologists present a new theory for the origin of the grid cells required for spatial orientation in the mammalian brain, which assigns a vital role to the timing of   
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  • Simplifying surveillance

    7/20/2017 - Research In Germany

    The controversial Snap Map app enables Snapchat users to track their friends. This is the latest in a series of monitoring tools to be built on social media platforms.  
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  • From the cell into the veins

    7/20/2017 - Research In Germany

    Pressed into cubes, in the form of small crystals, in fizzy drinks, chocolate bars or in our coffee – we use sugar in vast quantities to sweeten drinks and foodstuffs.  
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  • Physicists observe individual atomic collisions during diffusion for the first time

    7/20/2017 - Research In Germany

    In the world of research, diffusion is understood as a process in which tiny particles uniformly disperse throughout a gas or liquid.  
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