May 10, 2022
© Anna-Maria Hantschke
May 9, 2022
DFG Grant for collaborative research project on epithelial folding
The Fischer-Friedrich Lab and the Dahmann Lab of TU Dresden receive DFG funding to investigate the role of the basement membrane in the morphogenesis of animals.
© Kirsty Wan
May 5, 2022
New Guest Researcher at B CUBE and PoL: Dr. Kirsty Wan
April 28, 2022
Why does the axolotl age so slowly?
DFG funds interdisciplinary project to explore the role of regeneration in aging.
March 31, 2022
New Master's program Physics of Life: Application period opens 1st April
The newly designed international Master of Science Physics of Life was jointly developed by the like-named Cluster of Excellence Physics of Life (PoL) and the Center for Molecular and Cellular Bioengineering (CMCB) at TU Dresden and will start for the first time in fall 2022. Beginning 1st April 2022, students with backgrounds in physics, applied mathematics, quantitative biology, or closely related fields are invited to apply for the degree program for the winter term 2022/2023.
© Klaus Fabel
March 30, 2022
4th Dresden DZG Symposium: Jointly against common diseases!
© Hagen Gebauer (TUD)
March 24, 2022
Biophysics from scratch in 500 pages
With his textbook, Prof. Helmut Schießel, Chair and Deputy Director at the Cluster of Excellence Physics of Life (PoL) at TU Dresden, lays the foundation for interdisciplinary teaching.
© Catarina R. Oliveira
March 3, 2022
How Much to Regenerate?
The Yun Group Identifies a Protein Determining Positional Identity in Cells.
© Hagen Gebauer/TUD
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February 15, 2022
New leadership at the Cluster of Excellence Physics of Life (PoL) of TU Dresden
The Cluster of Excellence Physics of Life (PoL) at TU Dresden has appointed Prof. Otger Campàs as new managing director and Prof. Helmut Schießel as deputy director.
© Mark Leaver, Jose A. Morin and Sina Wittmann, / MPI-CBG / Jose A. Morin et al. Nature Physics, 2022
February 3, 2022
Reading DNA is team work
Dresden researchers explain how liquid-like protein droplets collectively read DNA regions to switch on genes.
© GFF-TUD e.V.
January 17, 2022
Online teaching course for bio-image analysis and bio-statistics in Dresden wins teaching prize
Dr. Robert Haase (Cluster of Excellence Physics of Life at TU Dresden - PoL, Center for Systems Biology Dresden - CSBD) and Dr. Anna Poetsch (MSNZ group leader at BIOTEC and NCT Dresden) were awarded the 2021 Teaching Prize of the Society of Friends and Supporters of Technische Universität Dresden e. V. (GFF-TUD e. V.) for a joint innovative online lecture series about bio-image analysis and bio-statistics.
© Fabio Novelli
December 1, 2021
Using terahertz to explore the inside of the cell
Joint research group between the Cluster of Excellence Physics of Life (PoL) and the Helmholtz-Zentrum Dresden-Rossendorf (HZDR) to decipher biomolecules