News Overview2020-01-21T09:39:34+01:00

Here in our news overview you will find all articles from the RESIST online editorial team. Of course we appreciate your interest in our work – and also when you share our news in social media.

Fast & Reliable

March 25, 2021|

A new mass spectrometer – funded by RESIST and the MHH – speeds up research. "It's a real workhorse: fast and solid". This is how Professor Dr. Andreas Pich describes the new mass spectrometer of the [...]

Biomedical Data Science

March 22, 2021|

From 30 April to 15 July 2021, graduates of a bachelor's programme in bioscience or medicine can apply for the four-semester Master's programme "Biomedical Data Science". This new RESIST-funded cours [...]

Cells of the future

February 12, 2021|

Healing the body with cells – this is the ambitious goal of RESIST-scientist Professor Dr. Nico Lachmann and Dr. Robert Zweigerdt. With this in mind the scientists of Hannover Medical School (MHH) ha [...]

First RESIST Retreat

February 8, 2021|

Presenting projects and results, exchanging ideas and, above all, networking - that's what the first RESIST Retreat, which took place online on February 4 and 5, 2021, was all about. In the meantime, [...]

School competition

January 11, 2021|

It starts with the question, what bacteria, viruses and fungi are, followed by the cultivation of bacteria and, last but not least, even epidemiological observations using the example of SARS-CoV-2 a [...]

The defiance of viruses

October 15, 2020|

Professor Čičin-Šain has identified the key factor that viruses use to paralyse immune defense mechanisms of their hosts Defense cells constantly patrol our tissues to detect pathogens. If they find [...]

Congratulations

October 6, 2020|

Charles M. Rice awarded the 2020 Nobel Prizein Physiology or Medicine Charles M. Rice, member of the Scientific Advisory Board of the Cluster of Excellence RESIST, receives the 2020 Nobel Prize in Ph [...]

The gold of breast milk

August 28, 2020|

RESIST team found out: Alarmins positively influence the development of the intestinal flora and the immune system after birth. Food supplements could prevent severe infections in newborns and long-t [...]

RESIST on stage

January 23, 2020|

Coffee is good for the liver! This is one of the many interesting messages that RESIST researcher Professor Dr. Markus Cornberg and PD Dr. Benjamin Maasoumy advised the approximately 320 guests who h [...]

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