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Communicating in the Language of Life

How do the trillions of cells in our body coordinate their actions to support our life and health? This marvel of communication involves constant exchange of diverse signals within and between cells. Researchers in the Cluster of Excellence CIBSS - Centre for Integrative Biological Signalling Studies at the University of Freiburg are dedicated to understanding this biological language that orchestrates multicellular life in humans, animals and plants.

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The language of life

What is signalling science? In the 31st episode of the science podcast “Exzellent erklärt” (excellent explanation), two CIBSS scientists talk about their research. (Podcast in German.)

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CIBSS InteGREATor Award 2024

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Retreat, Collaboration and Advancement: Joining Forces for the Future of Signalling Research in Freiburg

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Identification of a key molecular complex in mitochondria

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Jugendforscht Baden-Württemberg 2024 Prizewinners @Signalhaus

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CIBSS IN THE MEDIA


Schwarzwälder Bote

Wie äußere Einflüsse Krebs verursachen können

schwarzwaelder-bote.de

Archyde

Unlocking the Epigenetic Secrets of Cancer: How Changes in Gene Regulation Can Lead to Tumor Formation

archyde.com

Fierce Biotech

Ironwood spies new frontier for $1B GLP-2 analog in exploratory phase 2 rare disease trial

fiercebiotech.com

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CIBSS Work in Progress Seminars

CIBSS WiP Seminar

CIBSS Project C102 (Köhn) / CIBSS Project D101 (Rohrbach)

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CIBSS Seminar Series

CIBSS Seminar

Prof. Dr. Andreas Mayer (Department of Immunobiology, University of Lausanne)

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