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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…

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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…

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Not that small after all – the biggest living organism is a fungus

By on 18. November 2016

It’s actually true! The giant fungus belonging to the species Armillaria solidipes, also known as honey mushroom, is the biggest living creature on our planet Earth.

Scientists discovered the…

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How plants’ breaking news help microbes stay alert

By on 18. November 2016

For millennia, humans have eased their aches with the help of plant molecules such as the famous salicylic acid, active ingredient of aspirin. These…

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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:…

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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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