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Dec `17: New pictures of CeMMinar with Raul Andino and Christmas lab dinner
Sept `17: Welcome to our new PhD student Benedikt!
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On 28th September 75 participants from 9 institutes in Vienna, Graz and Innsbruck gathered for the AustroMetabolism 2017 workshop at CeMM. Following the welcome addresses by Giulio Superti-Furga (Scientific Director of CeMM) and Markus Müller (Rector of the Medical University of … Continue reading
Hans Rosling, the self-proclaimed “Edutainer”, showed the way how to present seemingly dry and boring numbers and facts in an educational yet entertaining and mind-boggling way. Unfortunately, he passed away at the age of 68. More Hans Roslings are needed … Continue reading
A pioniering veterinary virologist, a great humanist. In Memoriam. Koopmans M, Osterhaus A, Rottier P, Lutz H. Virology 2016. Nachruf Prof. Dr. Dr.h.c.mult. Marian Horzinek. Bergthaler A, Pichlmair A, 2016. (German)
Nobel Laureate Roger Y. Tsien, one of the fathers of GFP and a hero of modern molecular biology, dies at 64. Rest in peace and multicolor! New York Times, Sept 4 2016 Nobel Lecture (photo credit: HHMI) (photo credit: Tsien … Continue reading
Physicists detect gravitational waves, proving Einstein right. (Dennis Overbye, Feb 11 2016, New York Times) Pictures of the L-shapped antennas from the Laser Interferometer Gravitational-Wave Observatory (LIGO)
“I don`t know where I`m going from here, but I promise it won`t be boring.” David Bowie, 1947-2016
Our laboratory has been awarded an ERC (European Research Council) Starting Grant! ERC website
17 November 2015 In a study by Bhattacharya, Hegazy et al. Immunity Vol 43 Issue 5 (LINK, Open Acess), we discovered a novel link of how, unexpectedly, the antiviral interferon signaling pathway causes oxidative damage and liver pathology. Picture from … Continue reading
William (“Bill”) E. Paul, a true giant of modern immunology died on 15 September 2015. He was a leading force in immunology, pioneering the research of T cells and cytokines, serving as editor and president of the most eminent journals … Continue reading
One minute of silence for refugees tops Austrian music chart. Masterminded by Raoul Haspel, an Austrian visual artist. (Yahoo News)