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  1. Roshan Cools, Dorothea Hilhorst, and Hilde de Weerdt each secure funding from the NWO Open Competition

    The money will be used to research the possible cognition-enhancing effects of dopamine pills, transactional sex during humanitarian crises, and the development of Chinese infrastructure.

  2. Cell biologist Dr. Anne-Kathrin Classen awarded DFG Heisenberg grant

    The support from the German Research Foundation (DFG) is worth 500,000 €.

  3. Cancer: Faulty DNA or Faulty DNA Repair Systems

    Cancer can occur when things go wrong in our genes, but also occur when the processes to fix damaged genes goes wrong. AcademiaNet members Dr. Elisabetta Citterio, Dr. Michela Di Virgilio (photo), Dr. Jacqueline Jacobs and Prof. Rocio Sotillo study the mechanisms of DNA repair.

  4. Lethal Legacies

    A research team headed by Barbara Conradt, Professor of Cell and Developmental Biology in Munich, have uncovered a mechanism that induces cell death in the nematode C. elegans: the mother cell actively determines the fate of the daughter cell.

 
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