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  1. Risk Factors for PTSD in Paramedics

    17.08.16 | Emergency services workers who are more likely to suffer episodes of mental ill health later can be spotted in the first week of training. That's the conclusion of a study carried out with trainee paramedics by Prof. Anke Ehlers and her team.

  2. Bacteria Use Rapid Defence Mechanism

    10.08.16 | HZI researchers from Prof. Petra Dersch's team elucidate the mechanism used by yersinia bacteria to quickly evade the attack of the immune system, together with colleagues from Sweden.

  3. All About Hormones: Endocrinology

    27.07.16 | Four AcademiaNet researchers are presented who study steroid hormones: Wiebke Arlt, Elisabet Stener-Victorin (photo), Inger Sundström Poromaa and Mirjam Christ-Crain.

  4. Regine von Klitzing Receives 2016 EPJ E Pierre-Gilles de Gennes Lecture Prize

    Physicist honored for her important contributions to polymer physics

    20.07.16 | The journal EPJ E – Soft Matter and Biological Physics has honoured the German physicist Regine von Klitzing with the 2016 'EPJ E Pierre-Gilles de Gennes Lecture Prize'.

  5. New material transforms near-infrared into visible light

    13.07.16 | Researchers at the University of Marburg in Germany have created a new kind of material that is able to convert a near-infrared laser beam into white light. Prof. Stefanie Dehnen, Prof. Kerstin Volz, and Dr. Sangam Chatterjee were part of this team.

  6. Copernicus Award for Agnieszka Chacińska

    06.07.16 | Prof. Agnieszka Chacińska of the International Institute of Molecular and Cell Biology in Warsaw received the 6th COPERNICUS Polish-German Scientific Award, together with Prof. Peter Rehling of the Göttingen University Medical Centre.

  7. "For me society isn't 'outside'"

    AcademiaNet interview with Corina Caduff, professor at the Zurich University of the Arts

    22.06.16 | Corina Caduff is a cultural scientist, an author and literary critic. In this interview, she talks about current attitudes on death and dying, and about the fact that so many people today feel unappreciated.

  8. Danish L'Oréal-UNESCO Award for Ida Moltke

    15.06.16 | Assistant Professor Ida Moltke from the University of Copenhagen has received one of the three L'Oréal-UNESCO For Women In Science Awards that each year are awarded to outstanding female researchers in natural sciences in Denmark.

  9. Stéphanie Lacour and Melanie Blokesch: Professors at EPFL Lausanne

    08.06.16 | Both AcademiaNet members were appointed Associate Professors, Melanie Blokesch of Life Sciences and Stéphanie Lacour of Microtechnology and Bioengineering.

  10. ERC-Grants for 11 AcademiaNet members

    02.06.16 | 277 senior researchers received an ERC Advanced Grant, among them are Susanne Albers, Gabriela Constantin, Rachel Griffith, Martina Havenith, Christiane Nüsslein-Volhard, Mercedes Maroto-Valer (photo), Eva Schinnerer, Christa Schleper, Dr. Maria Sibilia, Ingrid Van Keilegom, and Hanna Vehkamäki. Congratulations!

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