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Welcome event for new students of the winter semester 2021/2022
Changes in certain proteins involved in packaging of the genetic material have a causal effect on the frequency of mutations
Geophysicist Dr. Christoph Böttner honoured with the BRIESE Award 2020 for his outstanding doctoral thesis.
Accolade for his research about radiation on the moon
Somatic gene variations play a larger role in evolutionary adaptation mechanisms
Dr Zheng Zhou und Dr Sebastian Steinig received the accolades for their outstanding dissertations
Solutions from the past for a sustainable future
Professor Christian Henning: “Win-win situation for the whole of society is possible but requires smart innovative implementation through policy-making.”
First new replacement building on Kiel University’s Anger grounds
Archaeological Climate Summit in Kiel
International cooperation between materials science and medicine develops gel patches from a 3D printer that can be activated individually
Plasma physicist from Kiel receives the John Dawson Award for Excellence in Plasma Physics Research 2021 for his results in the field of Warm Dense Matter
European university alliance SEA-EU at Kiel University develops new online tools for teaching and learning
Reduction in bacterial population size and resulting random effects influence the evolution of antibiotic resistance
In the framework of a newly approved DFG project, a Kiel archaeologist is investigating the influence of climate change on the evolution of modern humans in Africa
Theoretical model on the origin of host-microbe symbioses based on microbial fitness
Joint press release of ifW, GEOMAR and iDiv
Vaccination with Moderna or Johnson&Johnson possible on campus
Kiel University’s collaborative research centre 1266 publishes a book about archaeology in the Žitava valley
Kiel University confers EmpowerMINT awards for theses
The interdisciplinary funding programme of the research area KiNSIS starts its second round
The DFG and “Understanding Animal Research” advocate for transparent information and open communication about animal experiments in research
A research team from Kiel University in Germany has found new clues to the evolution of the pathogen, based on DNA from a 5000-year-old plague case.
Appointment strengthens research area at the Kiel Institute for Prehistory and Early History
New director at the helm of German Oceanographic Museum
Effects of habitat destruction threaten the survival of plant populations
22 projects of the cluster's young scientists were selected by an external team of reviewers.
Dynamic proteins can deform the cell membrane of bacterial cells and thus initiate cell division
Placebo-controlled phase II study confirmed efficacy of olamkicept in patients with ulcerative colitis.
Research team at Kiel University investigates the diversity of immune functions of closely related C-type lectin-like domain genes
Award for Kiel Archaeologist
International research team identified pathophysiological mechanisms of hemorrhoidal disease by studying the DNA of nearly one million people.
EU supports the joint degree program of four universities with more than 3 million euros within its Erasmus Mundus program
New insights into bacterial cell division mechanisms using the model organism Bacillus subtilis as an example
Ecological and evolutionary origins of phage communities as part of the human microbiome
Conclusion of the large-scale EU research project "DECOR": Institute of Classics invites visitors to international lectures starting April 19
New project led by Kiel University develops practical solutions for the Baltic Sea region by 2030
For the first time, members of the Cluster of Excellence "Precision Medicine in Chronic Inflammation" have been able to demonstrate a safe and efficient immune response to COVID-19 mRNA vaccines in patients undergoing immunosuppressive therapy.
Scientists from Kiel University want to transfer design strategies of insect wings to technical applications
Interdisciplinary research team in RTG “Materials for Brain” produces extremely conductive hydrogel for medical applications
Research team from Kiel University and the University of Hamburg publishes the first biomechanical study on the performance of snail teeth
900,000 Euros in EU funds for international consortium including Kiel University for research on host-microbe symbioses
Collaborative Research Center 1266 publishes study on the social significance of stone monuments in Nagaland, Northeast India
Members of the Cluster of Excellence PMI have demonstrated for the first time that a novel approach to treatment also works in patients with inflammatory bowel diseases
A new study examines the phenomenon of Rare Diseases in ancient societies
New explanation for the origin of the symbiotic coexistence of complex organisms and their microbial co-inhabitants
Joint Press Release of the IOW (Leibniz Institute for Baltic Sea Research) and Kiel University (Kiel Marine Science/KMS)
An interdisciplinary research team decodes the historical genetic diversity of the European oyster with the aid of museum collections.
Research team from Kiel University develops joint splints for sports and medicine inspired by dragonfly wings
New digital discussion format of the CRC 1182 "Origin and Function of Metaorganisms"
Correlations between certain signaling molecules and nervous system involvement in childhood blood cancer
Digital Study Information Days in March
The DFG is providing further funding for the Competence Centre for Genomic Analysis Kiel (CCGA Kiel) at Kiel University until 2023.
Collaborative Research Centre at CAU Kiel publishes study on genetic diversity and the immune status of humans around 3200 BC in Central Europe
International research team including Kiel University’s Professor Thomas Bosch fears that microbiome-associated environmental diseases could increase further in the wake of the Corona pandemic
Research team led by CAU Senior Professor Meyer discovers central mechanism which influences the start of the pathogenesis of cancer
Research team at Kiel University decrypts the prey capturing device of the aquatic hunters
Red yeast from deep-sea sediment shows anticancer and antibacterial properties
Correlations between gene variants and the composition of bacterial colonization in the human body
Eight European partners involving Kiel University and Professor Nahid Talebi started consortium on Electron Beams Enhancing Analytical Microscopy (EBEAM)
Start of construction on ZEVS and lecture hall building marks start of Gaarden Campus redevelopment
Scientists from Aachen, Kiel and Reykjavik publish results on Skyrmions in the journal Nature Physics