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Eight University of Cologne researchers among the most highly cited researchers worldwide - five of them are at CECAD

04.12.2023 TopNews

Annual ranking of ‘Highly Cited Researchers’ by the Web of Science Group published as an indicator for outstanding research /…

New Collaborative Research Centre and two extensions for the University of Cologne

29.11.2023 TopNews

The German Research Foundation (DFG) has approved a Collaborative Research Centre (CRC) in the field of ophthalmology / CRCs on…

Bridging Perspectives: CECAD Exhibition opens doors for dialogue on Diversity and Mental Health in Science

22.11.2023 TopNews

Fostering a deeper understanding of the interplay between diversity, mental health, and the scientific environment here at CECAD.

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Cycle of fasting and feeding is crucial for healthy ageing

20.11.2023 Dr. Peter Tessarz

Genetic switch rescues ageing fish from continuous fasting trap

Reducing vitamin B5 slows breast cancer growth

16.11.2023 Dr. Peter Tessarz

Scientists have discovered in animal experiments that breast cancer cells heavily rely on vitamin B5 to grow and survive /…

Depending on their location in the organ, liver cells age differently

13.11.2023 Dr. Peter Tessarz

A group of scientists from the Aging Research Excellence Cluster CECAD at the University of Cologne and the Max Planck Institute…

When nutrition becomes a treatment: Low sugar and lots of fat against polycystic kidney disease

06.11.2023 TopNews

Data from a randomized controlled nutritional study from the University of Cologne show that a ketogenic diet can have positive…

A Day of Protection and Care at CECAD

31.10.2023 TopNews

The CECAD Community Takes a Stand Against COVID-19 and Seasonal Flu

CECAD as sponsor at Wissenswerte 2023

26.10.2023 TopNews

CECAD is ready to dive into the pulsating heart of journalistic discourse at WISSENSWERTE 2023 in Freiburg!

ERC Synergy Grant for Björn Schumacher: bats as a guide to extend healthspan

26.10.2023 TopNews

European Research Council (ERC) is funding the project ‘BATPROTECT’ with 11.9 million euros over a period of six years