Survival strategies: How do living organisms live and survive under unfavorable conditions?
Posted February 07 2018
Life scientist of Heidelberg University seek conversation with the public – New lecture series at Karlstorbahnhof


How do living organisms – from unicellular organism to plants and animals as well as human beings – survive under unfavorable conditions? With the lecture series “Surviving strategies” researchers in life sciences at Heidelberg University are trying to engage with the broad public for which they chose a new format: in a relaxed lounge atmosphere of the Karlstorbahnhof the scientist will give an introduction into selected topics, methods and long-term goals of molecular life sciences.


This lecture series is a joint effort of the Rhein-Neckar-Zeitung and the Heidelberg Collaborative Research Centers dedicated to the respective research topics. The lecture series will be opened on 08 February 2018 by the lecture of Heidelberg virologist and coordinator of the Cluster of Excellence CellNetworks Prof. Dr. Hans-Georg Kräusslich (Dept. Infectious Diseases) on the topic “Dangerous germs – Integrative Analysis of the Replication and Expansion of Pathogens”. The lecture will be held in German language.


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