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Primate researchers show how monkeys contribute to the regeneration of tropical forests

Göttingen research project "Deep Movement Diagnostics" receives around 1.2 million euros for the development of three-dimensional reconstructions of movement patterns

In issue 2/2019 we report among other things about competing long-tailed macaques, improved diagnostic possibilities for Zika viruses and contact calls of South American spider monkeys.

Green monkeys' alarm calls allow conclusions about the evolution of language

Infection biologists use a chip-based testing system to diagnose virus infections in nonhuman primates

Scientists of the Neuroscience Department at the University Medical Center Göttingen (UMG) and the Auditory Neuroscience and Optogenetics Laboratory of the German Primate Center (DPZ) show an improved resolution of pitch in artificial hearing by optical stimulation of the inner ear. Publication in Nature Communications

"Challenges of the build-up phase mastered in an impressive manner"

Evaluation by the Scientific Advisory Board: outstandingly positioned, extraordinarily motivated and competent

In the first issue of 2019 we report on the pandemic potential of MERS viruses, introduce our new Junior Research Group leader Caspar Schwiedrzik and give a review of the fourth “Nacht des Wissens”.

Infection biologists decipher clever diversion maneuver by viral decoys