Die Forscherin Katalin Karikó kommt an die Universität Würzburg.

With her research, biochemist Katalin Karikó has laid the foundation for the development of RNA vaccines against the coronavirus. Now she is coming to the University of Würzburg to give a public lecture.

Horned mason bees like to use nest boxes to raise their brood.

How do solitary bees and wasps recognize their homes? Biologists Dr. Sylvie Vandenabeele and Professor Thomas Schmitt investigated this question. They were able to demonstrate the importance of olfactory markers.

The Würzburg cancer researcher Dr. Markus Diefenbacher.

Great recognition for translational cancer researcher Dr. Markus Diefenbacher: He was nominated as Associated Editor of the journal Oncogene.

A carnivorous leaf of Triphyophyllum peltatum with glands excreting a sticky liquid to capture insect prey.

Under certain circumstances, a rare tropical plant develops into a carnivore. A research team from the universities of Hannover and Würzburg has now deciphered the mechanism responsible for this.

Mixed forest on a slope with withered conifers.

Increasing heat and drought are changing forests faster than expected. Researchers at the University of Würzburg want to keep a better eye on these dynamics. They have raised 1.2 million euros for their project.

A honeybee (Apis mellifera) collects honeydew on a fir tree. The study shows that the beech-dominated Steigerwald provides insufficient food resources for honeybees.

What role do forests play as a feeding habitat for honeybees? A team led by Würzburg biologist Dr. Benjamin Rutschmann investigated this question. For this purpose, the researchers used observation hives inside the Steigerwald.

Flower strips are the focus of a Europe-wide research project involving scientists from the University of Würzburg.

Can flower strips combined with hedges improve biodiversity in intensively used agricultural areas? This is what a team from the University of Würzburg is investigating with project partners from four EU countries.



3. Data Crunch Cup

03/27/2023, 8:00 AM - 04/02/2023, 11:55 PM
Einen Berg von Daten bewältigen – darum geht es beim Data Crunch Cup, einem Wettbewerb an der Universität Würzburg.
Category: Fakultät für Biologie, Studierende, SchülerInnen, Veranstaltung
Location: Online
Organizer: Center for Computational and Theoretical Biology (CCTB)

PHD defense Meiqi Ding; Faculty for Biology

“Dissecting ion signaling in pollen tube growth and plant defense responses by probing plants with Hemibodies”rhodopsin-based plant optogenetics”

12/08/2022, 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
[Translate to Englisch:] Logo Biozentrum der Universität Würzburg
Category: Fakultät für Biologie, Kalender-JMU, Kolloquium, Promotionskolloquium
Location: Seminarpavillon des Julius-von-Sachs-Instituts
Organizer: Fakultät für Biologie
Speaker: Meiqi Ding, M. Sc.

PHD defense Sebastian Vogel; Faculty for Biology

"Einflussfaktoren auf xylobionte Artenvielfalt und Rückschlüsse für den Naturschutz"

08/17/2022, 2:30 PM - 3:30 PM
[Translate to Englisch:] Logo Biozentrum der Universität Würzburg
Category: Fakultät für Biologie, Kalender-JMU, Kolloquium, Promotionskolloquium
Organizer: via Zoom
Speaker: Sebastian Vogel, M. Sc.