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Medical Informatics Initiative

Medical Informatics Initiative

University of Tübingen partners up with Bavarian universities to establish medical informatics infrastructure for future medicine.

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Bioinformatics in the Cloud

The German Network for Bioinformatics Infrastructure has been expanded and our lab is coordinating a part of it.

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Google Summer of Code 2017 (GSoC)

Google accepted O|B|F and NRNB as mentoring organizations. You can apply NOW!

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Piece about OpenMS in the blog of the Software Sustainability Institute

Piece about OpenMS in the blog of the Software Sustainability Institute

The article is part of the SSI series 'A day in the software life,' in which researchers from all disciplines discuss the tools that make their research possible. In this case, it is about OpenMS...

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New Nature Methods paper on OpenMS 2.0

Our new Nature Methods perspective introduces version 2.0 of the OpenMS framework for mass spectrometry data analysis.

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New job offers

We have several new openings for PhD students and postdocs....

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New Nature Methods paper: what's in the 'dark proteome'?

Our new Nature Methods paper looks into the majority of mass spectra that still remain unidentified in proteomics experiments and gives hints at what is consistently not identified.

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Foodomics: Metabolomics reveals where asparagus was grown

Foodomics: Metabolomics reveals where asparagus was grown

It is that time of the year - asparagus time. Notargeted metabolomics permits a more detailed analysis of food than classical methods.

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Forensic Proteomics

Forensic Proteomics

Analyzing the protein residues sticking to bullets can reveal what organs were crossed by a projectile - a case for forensic proteomics.

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Plants fighting against competitors - new paper in Plant Cell

Plants fighting against competitors - new paper in Plant Cell

Plants are stakeholders in a subtle and complex chemical warfare to secure optimal growth conditions. Although it has been known for decades that plants produce and release chemical substances to fight their neighbors, it has remained unclear how exactly these compounds act on other plants. A team of German and French scientists has been able to show that one particular class of plant toxins slows down the development of competing plants by specifically acting on the structure of their genome.

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