Our team members Marius Welzel and Michael Schwarz have developed and released their first software for our research project: MESA (Mosla Error Simulator).
MESA is a web application for the assessment of DNA fragments based on various limitations.
The software is open access for everyone.
In mid-December, Georges Hattab came to hold a dual role between MOSLA junior PI and head of the bioinformatics department at the UMR. And let me tell this, he is actually pretty excited about it.
Why MOSLA, you wonder? The interdisciplinarity, the creative space it offers as well as pushing the boundaries.
Read about his work, passions and the creative mind he is.
Our Principal Investigator Stefanie Dehnen, who works in the Department of Chemistry, will become Vice President of the German Chemical Society (GDCh) on January 1, 2020.
In her new position as Vice President of the GDCh, she seeks to promote a more attractive public image of the subject and even better professional and structural networking nationally and internationally, also with regard to young scientists.
As an association of all research initiatives, ProLOEWE connects its various projects. One of the main aims of the ProLOEWE network is to create efficient access to research.
To ensure that everything important to our research can also be found via ProLOEWE, we are now listed on the website with our own project page.
On 04.07. Prof. Caroline Friedel from the LMU Munich visits the Department of Mathematics and Computer Science.
Her bioinformatic lecture is titled: “Deciphering the interplay between virus-induced read-through transcription, RNA decay and loss of transcription in HSV-1 lytic infection”.
This will be followed by a general discussion. Moreover, personal questions about Women in Science will be answered in a talk.