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Outstanding research on biodiversity in grasslands: Franz Löffler's doctoral thesis receives several awards
The global decline in biodiversity has reached alarming proportions. Scientific studies on the causes of biodiversity loss are therefore more important than ever. Osnabrück biologist Dr. Franz Löffler received several research awards last year for his research in this area.
Great honor: Osnabrück University researchers elected to the board of developmental biology society
In the future, two researchers from Osnabrück University will be steering the fortunes of an important bioscientific society: The members of the “Gesellschaft für Entwicklungsbiologie” elected Prof. Dr. Kerstin Bartscherer as the new chairperson and Prof. Dr. Achim Paululat as a member of the board.
Awards for the best master theses go to Julia Seimert and Melanie Trupp
Again this year, two former Osnabrück Biology master students were honored for their theses. Julia Seimert received the award in the category “thesis with a focus on biochemistry/molecular biology” and Melanie Trupp in the category “thesis with a focus on organismal biology”.
Cutting-edge research at Osnabrück Biology: DFG approves Collaborative Research Center
The University of Osnabrück is receiving more than 11.5 million euros from the German Research Foundation (DFG) for the new Collaborative Research Centre 1557 "Functional plasticity encoded by cellular membrane networks". The DFG is thus funding the joint research of numerous young scientists around the biochemist Prof. Dr. Christian Ungermann.
Talk by: Robert Hein, Groningen
Location: Barbarastr. 7, 32/107
Start: 31.01.2023, 17:00