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Figure 1 From left to right: an annelid worm, a penis worm, and an acorn worm. These animals are very distantly related to each other but all have the stress hormone noradrenaline, previously known only to exist in vertebrates. Credit: John Gerhart acorn worm image; Mattias Hogvall penis worm image.

Two types of stress in the ocean

01.02.2017
By: Nadja Winter
Artificial intelligence finds a home. Science and industry come together to research and develop intelligent systems in the Stuttgart-Tübingen region - copyright Urheber der Bilder: MPI-IS / W. Scheible

Go ahead for Cyber Valley

15.12.2016
By: MPI-IS / MPG

Events

Feb 26 2017 - Feb 26 2018

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Mar. 06
ISCO
John Cunningham: John Cunningham -TBA

11:15 am, MPH Lecture Hall
Mar. 15
MoKo/MiKo
Asifa Akhtar
Title: "Epigenetic regulation by histone acetylation"

Dr. Asifa Akhtar
Max Planck Institute of Immunobiology...
03:00 pm, Max Planck House Lecture Hall
Mar. 29
MoKo/MiKo
Pascale Cossart
Prof. Pascale Cossart
Bacteria-cell interactions Unit
Department of Cell biology and Infection
Institut Pasteur, Paris
03:00 pm, Max Planck House Lecture Hall

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