Lars Jaeger October 22, 2017 , 0

Immortality – Will science declare victory over death?

It lives in the Mediterranean, bears the name Turritopsis nutricula, and is not much more than a floating watery jelly disk. But it has an amazing property: it is immortal (as long as it is not eaten). For this particular jellyfish has a cell program, which reverses the usual translation of young cells into differentiated […]

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Lars Jaeger October 6, 2017 , 0

A touch of Oscar night in the sciences - Commentary on the Nobel Prizes 2017

It is the time of the year again. The physics, chemistry, and medicine communities anxiously turn their heads to Stockholm. Who will be awarded the Nobel Prize this year thus lining up with the great figures in the history of science? Some scientists – unfortunately, this year it is again only men that were honored […]

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