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NEWS
  • 08.03.2019 open positions. more...
  • 22.02.2019 our wild grapes in Nature Communication. more...
  • 21.02.2019 tubulin in the nucleus? Nature Scientific Reports
  • 08.02.2019 minisymposium R&E Green Biotech 29.03.2019
  • 18.12.2018 the Botanical Garden in the TV. more...
  • 14.11.2018 our Interreg proposal DialogProTect has reached the final round
  • 19.07.2018 new project with CN-ITC on Sorghum as phosphate collector
  • 27.05.2018 our work on wild grapes in the BNN

 

PROGRAMME INSTITUTE SEMINAR

 

BOTANICAL GARDEN

Dr. Günter Gerlach (Sun, 12.05.2019, 11:15-12:30). On Humboldt's Footsteps. more...

VITIFUTUR

Research and Application for Sustainable Viticulture. more...

NEWS FROM THE NICK-LAB

Life is not easy. There are two ways to cope with that – animals run away, plants adapt. We want to understand, how. Our key are plant cells, because they mediate shape, adaptation to stress and the enormous diversity of plants.
Evolution solves the problems of life in many ways. Can we exploit this? All Grapes, All Genes

Next level for our collection. more...

 

Prof. Dr. Peter Nick

Molecular Cell Biology    +49 721 608 42142 (Secretary) peter nickCwj9∂kit edu

Plants are survival experts. How can they discriminate different stress factors? Make Rice Cool Again

We show, how. more...

how to find us

free positions

Each single plant cell can generate an organism. We cannot do that. Why?   A Motor as Thermometer

A wrong-way kinesin giving surprises. more...

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Teaching Innovation Protoplasma

for the first time, Teaching Award of the State of Baden Württemberger went to Karlsruhe. press release

Our Courses

 

 

 

We offer:

Molecular authentication of plants and their products, fluorescent marker cell lines, electron microscopy, microfluidic biofermenter for plant cell fermentation

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The cell biology journal with the longest tradition is edited by us.more...