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Vibrant mega city in a jar of jam

By on 17. July 2017

Have you ever marvelled about the complexity of huge cities – their unfathomable abundance of life, their intricate network of avenues and streets, their diversity of buildings and areas?

Zooming in on a fungal colony and and looking at its complex structures can leave you with just that same stunned…


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What on earth are scientists doing in their labs? Part 1

By on 6. September 2016

The optimal, the natural and the laboratory (condition)
The optimum
Every living creature has their personal preference of a perfect environment. For me this would be: blue sky scattered with a few clouds, 25 degrees, a hammock under a shady tree, the sound, view and smell of the ocean, a cool…


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Asper…what?

By on 6. September 2016

Are you new? Read here what occasionally happened to me and what that has to do with this blog.

 
Someone interested in my work would ask me:
Someone: So, what are you working on?

Me: Fungi – moulds, like the kind you would find on your bread.

Someone Aah, that’s important! Is it true…

microbeing
Germany

I am a passionate microbiologist driven by curiosity and fascination for the wonders of the mostly invisible world of tiny creatures. Please join me in my explorations into this world in a nutshell and discover it's amazing facettes!

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"Seit die Mathematiker über die Relativitätstheorie hergefallen sind, versteh' ich sie selbst nicht mehr."
(Since mathematicians pitched into the theory of relativity, even I don't really get it any more), Albert Einstein

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