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MultiKulti PhD student Katharina Runzheimer wins prize for best presentation20220927134308

MultiKulti PhD student Katharina Runzheimer wins prize for best presentation

27. September 2022conference, Project
Great news from the MultiKulti team: Katharina Runzheimer (DLR, Cologne) received the prize for the best presentation at the Conference of the German Astrobiological Society (DAbG)....
Cultivation of anaerobic, hypothermophilic microorganisms – Talk by Robert Reichelt20220915152237

Cultivation of anaerobic, hypothermophilic microorganisms – Talk by Robert Reichelt

15. September 2022Lectures
What is hidden behind the term “Mucithermus cthulhu“? This question was answered by Dr. Robert Reichelt from the Archaea Centre of the University of Regensburg, our spreaker at the MultiKulti webinar on 08.09.2022....
Invitation to Webinar with Dr. Robert Reichelt on September 8th, 202220220831111316

Invitation to Webinar with Dr. Robert Reichelt on September 8th, 2022

31. August 2022Lectures
As part of the MultiKulti webinar series, Dr. Robert Reichelt will share some insights into the research of the Archaea Centre at the University of Regensburg on 08.09.2022 at 4:15 p.m. Additionally to bacteria the domain of archaea contains many microorganisms with interesting properties. Thus, man...
Culturing Bacterial Black Matter – Talk by Jörg Overmann20220726094124

Culturing Bacterial Black Matter – Talk by Jörg Overmann

26. July 2022Lectures
On 14th of July 2022 we had the pleasure of welcoming Prof. Jörg Overmann, Scientific Director of the Leibniz Institute DSMZ (German Collection of Microorganisms and Cell Cultures) and Professor of Microbiology at the University of Braunschweig to the MultiKulti webinar....
Invitation to Webinar with Prof. Dr. Jörg Overmann on July 14, 202220220701124232

Invitation to Webinar with Prof. Dr. Jörg Overmann on July 14, 2022

1. July 2022Lectures
As part of our webinar series, the MultiKulti group welcomes Prof. Dr. Jörg Overmann for an online talk on July 14, 2022....
Project meeting in Nuremberg on 2nd and 3rd of June 202220220609092818

Project meeting in Nuremberg on 2nd and 3rd of June 2022

9. June 2022Project, Projekttreffen
On 2nd and 3rd of June 2022, the MultiKulti group met for a project meeting at the Department of Energy Process Engineering at the FAU in Nuremberg, Bavaria....
Scientific Talk: Jens Kallmeyer – High pressure incubators for biogeochemical experiments20220524093254

Scientific Talk: Jens Kallmeyer – High pressure incubators for biogeochemical experiments

24. May 2022Lectures
Marking the beginning of the MultiKulti Webinar series Jens Kallmeyer of the German Geological Research Center (Geoforschungszentrum, GFZ) held a very interesting talk to the MultiKulti group and several intrigued guests. The topic was ‘HP-DIY: Developing high-pressure incubators for biogeoche...
First closed genome of an Altiarchaeum20220428112319

First closed genome of an Altiarchaeum

28. April 2022Project
My name is Sophie Simon, I am a scientist at the University of Duisburg-Essen in the research group for aquatic microbial ecology and I am doing my PhD within the MultiKulti project. Already my master thesis was integrated in the project MultiKulti and during this time I got fascinated by “Nan...
Invitation to first MultiKulti-Webinar20220317134211

Invitation to first MultiKulti-Webinar

17. March 2022Lectures
As part of our webinar series, the MultiKulti group invited Dr. Jens Kallmeyer for an online talk on May 12, 2022....
Searching for extremophiles in the Andernach Geyser20220301144300

Searching for extremophiles in the Andernach Geyser

1. March 2022Project
My name is Katharina Runzheimer, I am a scientist at the German Aerospace Center in the Aerospace Microbiology Research Group. I conduct the research for my PhD thesis as part of the MultiKulti project. My main research interest is the isolation and investigation of extremophilic microorganisms, whi...
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