June 9, 2023
Education Outreach Events
June 2, 2023
Annual Career Symposium Empowers PhD Students and Post-docs with Career Opportunities
Outreach Mateus Group Campàs Group
June 2, 2023
Award-Winning “Bright Minds. Excellent Research.” Series Spotlights Prof. Otger Campas and Dr. Rita Mateus
The “Bright Minds. Excellent Research.” series, showcasing exceptional scientists from TU Dresden, has received the prestigious Intermedia-globe Gold Award. This remarkable series provides a captivating glimpse into the groundbreaking work of researchers at the TUD, including researchers from the Institute Physics of Life (PoL).
© Humboldt Foundation
Awards Ebisuya Group
May 11, 2023
Award-winning: Prof. Miki Ebisuya and the stem cell zoo
Researcher of the Cluster of Excellence Physics of Life at the TU Dresden receives the Alexander von Humboldt Professorship
May 11, 2023
Successful kick-off event for mentoring program for young female scientists and students
© Technische Sammlungen Dresden
May 10, 2023
New Physics of Life Cluster of Excellence exhibition at the Technische Sammlungen Dresden
Publications RA3 Jahnel Group
May 4, 2023
Alternative Fuel for String-Shaped Motors in Cells
Researchers from Dresden and Bangalore discover a unique two-component molecular motor that uses a kind of renewable chemical energy to pull vesicles toward membrane-bound organelles.
April 24, 2023
Apply now for the Master’s Program in Physics of Life!
Application period for winter term 2023/2024 open until May 31st
© TUD/Michael Kretzchmar
RA3 Fischer-Friedrich Group
April 21, 2023
Test of strength of cells: new Heisenberg Professorship for Mechanics of Active Biomaterials at TU Dresden
© MPI-CBG, Katrin Boes
Science RA3 Brugués Group
February 10, 2023
From molecules to cellular structures: Jan Brugués joined the PoL
February 9, 2023
The Network of European BioImage Analysts secures funding from the Chan Zuckerberg Initiative
The international Network of European BioImage Analysts (NEUBIAS) receives a grant from the Chan Zuckerberg Initiative (CZI) as part of their Advancing Imaging through Collaborative Projects program to secure the sustainability of NEUBIAS, establish strong connections to similar initiatives, and share knowledge about state-of-the-art bioimage analysis tools and methods globally.
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Publications Campàs Group
December 28, 2022
A glimpse of a cell’s sense of touch
A research team at the Cluster of Excellence Physics of Life of TU Dresden and the University of California, Santa Barbara, reveals how cells sense their mechanical environment as they build tissues during embryogenesis.