Have you ever wondered what happens to that empty milk carton that you sent off to be recycled? Wait, you recycle don’t you? I hope that you do for the sake of the planet. We will take a tiny peek at recycling today. Join me by the microscope and let’s take a look at recycling at a microscopic scale.
Every year, researchers from around the world spend billions of dollars chasing the same goal: a cure for cancer.
I love fruit flies. I even study fruit flies for a living. Whenever I tell someone this, most people have fruit fly-related experiences they would like to share: “I have a lot of them in my kitchen. You can get some if you like. How can I get rid of them?” So, here is the answer to that question.
There is a deep need for new therapeutic options for rare cancers like sarcoma. In Jørgen Wesche`s group in CanCell we evaluate whether new drugs developed for other cancer types can improve sarcoma treatment.
In the CanCell lab led by Anne Simonsen we investigate the molecular mechanisms of autophagy. Learn what autophagy is and why it is important for our health.
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