Portrait Eike Latz

Four Questions for Prof. Eicke Latz – Holder of the 2018 Leibniz Prize

On 19 March 2018, eleven researchers will receive the DFG's (German Research Foundation's) Leibniz Prize. One of them is Prof. Eicke Latz, Director of the Institute of Innate Immunity at the University of Bonn and a DZNE researcher.

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Bodenmuster, wie es in einem der Experimente zum Einsatz kam.

Getting lost: Why older people might lose their way

New clues on why our sense of direction tends to fade with age. DZNE researchers report on this in “Current Biology”.


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Protrait Prof. Haass

DZNE researcher receives world’s top Brain Prize

Together with three other neuroscientists Christian Haass, speaker of the DZNE Munich site, receives the world’s most valuable prize for brain research.

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Aussenansicht RKU

New Impetus for Research on Rare Neurological Disorders

The science minister of Baden-Wuerttemberg Theresia Bauer and Bärbel Brumme-Bothe, head of the department for life sciences at the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research have given the start signal for Ulm as a further site of the DZNE.

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