© Dr. Lena Dehnen | Universität Osnabrück
Taster lectures on a wide variety of biology topics, games and experiments at hands-on stations, and tours of the CellNanOs research building! Just like last year, pupils had a lot of fun at our Night of Biology. Microscoping, loading a protein gel, examining fruit flies, and marveling at the university's most expensive microscope from below - there was all this and much more to experience during Biology Night!
© Jonas Ollbrich | Osnabrück University
Excursion to the Gülper Lake and the Havelland Luch
Once again this year, Osnabrück biology students explored the wildlife at 'Gülper See' (Gülpe Lake). The starting point for all daily observation tours was the Ecological Station of the University of Potsdam in Gülpe.
© Dr. Tim Koopmans
Spiny mice possess an extraordinary ability for mammals: they can repair injured tissue without forming scars. A joint study by researchers led by Prof. Kerstin Bartscherer (AG Animal Physiology) and Prof. Ashley Seifert (University of Kentucky) provides new insights into the molecular basis of this phenomenon - which could one day prove valuable for the treatment of human diseases.
- Der Struktur auf der Spur: Prof. Arne Möller im Interview
- Das findet auch der NDR: Wir machen Spitzenforschung!
- Im Herzen des CellNanOs: Dr. Katherina Psathaki
- Zusammen sind wir stark - wie Kooperation entsteht
Tagsaward botany Campus Interview practical course
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