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Chatzigeorgiou, A.; Chung, K.-J.; Garcia-Martin, R.; Alexaki, V.-I.; Klotzsche-Von Ameln, A.; Phieler, J. and others

Dual Role of B7 Costimulation in Obesity-Related …

Hepatology 60(2014), 1196-1210


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Upcoming Events

25.- 27.11.2014

Multiphase Flow Conference & Short Course

Simulation, Experiment and Application

HZDR, Dresden


26.11.2014 | 17:00

Take a Tour to HZDR

The next – and final – tour in the DRESDEN-concept series of guided tours will take place at Helmholtz-Zentrum Dresden-Rossendorf.

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Cosmic Jets of Young Stars Formed by Magnetic Fields

Cosmic Jets of Young Stars Formed by Magnetic Fields

Astrophysical jets are counted among our Universe’s most spectacular phenomena: From the centers of black holes, quasars, or protostars, these rays of matter sometimes protrude several light years into space. Now, for the first time ever, an international team of researchers has successfully tested a new model that explains how magnetic fields form these emissions in young stars. Scientists at HZDR were part of this research. Their findings have been published in the journal Science. The insights gleaned from this research may even apply to cancer therapy. More


Nanoteilchen für die Krebsdiagnostik und -therapie (HZDR/Frank Bierstedt)

How can energy and resources be utilized in an efficient, safe, and sustainable way?

How can malignant tumors be more precisely visualized, characterized, and more effectively treated?

How do matter and materials behave under the influence of strong fields and in smallest dimensions?