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Charités paper of the month

Children can also be infected with the novel coronavirus SARS-CoV-2, but have a substantially lower risk for developing severe COVID-19 disease compared to adults. A team of scientists from the Berlin Institute of Health at Charité (BIH), Charité - Universitätsmedizin Berlin, University Leipzig Medical Center and the German Cancer Research Center (DKFZ) in Heidelberg used single-cell analyses to determine what causes this difference. Please find the BIH press release here
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ELIXIR Reproducible Research Workshop

Reproducibility is a cornerstone of good scientific practice. This workshop brings together the biggest names in bioinformatics workflow management for a 3 day practical workshop. For more information please visit.
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Human Cell Atlas General Meeting

https://www.humancellatlas.org/ This year, the Human Cell Atlas General Meeting will be held virtually.
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Rückkehr der Fans

"Nach 35 Heimspielen in Folge vor leeren Rängen ist es endlich wieder soweit: Erstmals seit dem 13. Oktober 2020 und erst zum dritten Mal überhaupt in dieser Saison sind für das Halbfinale zwei gegen Ratiopharm Ulm am Dienstag, den 1. Juni, bis zu 1.000 Zuschauer genehmigt worden" Erfahren Sie mehr
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BärCode Project

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Christian Conrad receives BIH Professorship for Intelligent Imaging

Congratulations Christian!!!   Researchers today often do not look through the microscope themselves: With the vast number of cells, tissue sections and tumor samples, there is simply too much for the human eye to spot and record.
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Martin Peuker: CIO of the year 2020

Charité CIO Martin Peuker is driving digitization in the healthcare sector with the Health Data Platform. The jury awards him 1st prize in the Public Sector category for his outstandig achievment. 
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First Human Cell Atlas of the Pancreas on single-cell resolution

We are pleased to present our recent achievements in building the Human Cell Atlas of the Pancreas on single-cell resolution.
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Professor Dominik Niopek has been awarded the Life Science Bridge Award

Professor Dominik Niopek, Department of Biology at the TU, has been awarded the "Life Sciences Bridge - Aventis Foundation Postdoctoral Award" research prize sponsored by the Aventis Foundation. The prize is endowed with 100,000 euros.
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Computational model to reduce CRISPR-Cas9 off-target effects

We are pleased to announce our novel computational model for reducing off-target effects in CRISPR-Cas9 approaches: The manuscript  Coupling Cas9 to artificial inhibitory domains enhances CRISPR-Cas9 target specificity  by Aschenbrenner  et al.  got recently accepted and will be published in  Scientific Advances . 
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