- Written by Friedrich-Schiller-Universität Jena
Unicellular microalgae smell dissolved minerals in the water as Chemists of the University Jena demonstrate in the current issue of “Nature Communications”
Diatoms are unicellular algae that are native in many waters. They are a major component of marine phytoplankton and the food base for a large variety of marine organisms. In addition, they produce about one fifth of the oxygen in the atmosphere and are therefore a key factor for our global climate.
- Written by BioCon Valley Initiative
We strive for better care for all patients through innovative tissue transplants This collaboration will strengthen not only Mecklenburg-Vorpommern as a recognised centre of tissue medicine. Our chief endeavours focus on improving care for patients of all age groups with innovative tissue transplants without long waiting-times. Founded last year in Rostock, the non-profit Mecklenburg-Vorpommern Tissue Bank (GBM-V gGmbH) is starting a collaboration with British medical company Tissue Regenix.
- Written by Fraunhofer-Institut für Arbeitswirtschaft und Organisation IAO
How to make working with robots appealing for manufacturing employees, including those with severe disabilities. Robots are already becoming widely established in German factories. But how can companies be sure to split the work between people and robots such that human workers don’t lose out on the desirable tasks? An event marking the start of the AQUIAS project showcased approaches to guaranteeing quality of work for manufacturing employees, including those with severe disabilities.
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