The three founders -  Andreas Simon, Marcus Böhme  and René Wartner (from left) - conduct research at the university’s new Protein Centre.
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06.05.2020 in Featured, Science, Knowledge Transfer

Enzyme adhesive for combating cancer

René Wartner, Andreas Simon and Marcus Böhme have developed a technology that can be used to treat tumours with pinpoint accuracy. Their enzyme adhesive should allow toxins to bind to antibodies and be transported in a targeted way to cancer cells. The three biochemist entrepreneurs plan to market their idea. Read more

Ines Bose (left) and Stephanie Kurtenbach analyse recordings in the studio.
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24.03.2020 in Science, Knowledge Transfer

Talking to children

Speech scientists at the University of Halle have been working with local nurseries for several years to analyse language development and promote everyday communication. Their aim is to research, teach and transfer knowledge at the same time – a win-win for all concerned. Read more

Small stubs of paper with quotations await visitors at the entrance to the Klopstockhaus.
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02.10.2019 in Knowledge Transfer, Study and Teaching, Campus

A house full of scholars

People used to write down what moved them, in books, letters and other texts. But how do you show their thoughts and feelings in an exhibition? Students of literary scholar Dr Christiane Holm have devoted themselves to this question – and in doing so revived the Klopstockhaus in Quedlinburg. Read more

Emilie Wegner is confident about her legume snacks.
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30.04.2019 in Featured, Knowledge Transfer

Peas with a twist

At first glance, legumes are not necessarily what one would call hipster food. Their image fluctuates between cosy home-cooked meals and flatulence – without merit, counters Emilie Wegner. A graduate of MLU, the nutritionist has now founded her own company called “Hülsenreich”. She will begin producing tasty snacks from this underestimated local produce. Her project has already won a award. Read more

Robert Szczesny is cycling around the campus for the Transfer and Start-up Service.
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23.04.2019 in Science, Knowledge Transfer

The biologist and the inventors

His work covers questions relating to the protection of intellectual property and relating to scientific inventions: Dr Robert Szczesny works in the restructured “Transfer and Start-up Service” unit at the university. To help with this, the 41-year-old has even taken up another course of study himself. Read more

IPBES develops first global biodiversity assessment.
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10.10.2017 in Science, Research, Knowledge Transfer

World biodiversity council: Researchers from Central Germany actively involved

Every year, many animal and plant species all over the world become extinct. As yet, we know very little about the exact extent, the reasons for this and the consequences for the ecosystems, humankind and the world. Within the scope of the world biodiversity council IPBES, researchers from all over the world are working on a first global assessment and solutions for stopping this biodiversity loss. Many researchers of Martin Luther University are actively involved with this international platform. Read more

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