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Delta 4 Announces Dr. Hans Lehrach to Join Scientific Advisory Board

Pharmiweb 28 Sep 2021
Hans Lehrach will join its Scientific Advisory Board. Prof ... „We are excited to have Dr ... Dr ... Over the course of his decades-long career he pioneered ground-breaking experiments and research tools and led renowned research institutions, including the Imperial Cancer Research Fund, London, and the Max Planck Institute for Molecular Genetics, Berlin ... .
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Even ancient amphitheatres had VIP box seats! Archaeologists uncover private seating areas with names engraved ...

The Daily Mail 28 Sep 2021
Ancient amphitheatres had box seats, according to a new study, which found a private seating area with names engraved at an 1,800-year-old arena in Turkey ... The amphitheatre was a replica of the Colosseum in Rome, and could seat up to 50,000, according to experts from the German Archaeological Institute in Berlin ... THE ANCIENT CITY OF PERGAMON ... Share ... .
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Excavations Reveal Pergamon Amphitheater Had Reserved ‘Box Seats’

Ancient Origins 27 Sep 2021
... for their favorite concert? Despite the needle of time ticking away through these centuries, some things don’t seem to have changed, as archaeologists from the German Archaeological Institute and Berlin Technical University’s Institute of Architecture seem to have found out.
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German election: Polls open in tight race to elect new chancellor

Al Jazeera 26 Sep 2021
Berlin, Germany – Voters ...Ever since 2005, we knew that the Christian Democrats would end up as the strongest party and that nobody else would be able or willing to form a government against them,” said Thorsten Benner, director of the Berlin-based Global Public Policy Institute.
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Polls close in Germany’s unpredictable election

Al Jazeera 26 Sep 2021
Ever since 2005, we knew that the Christian Democrats would end up as the strongest party and that nobody else would be able or willing to form a government against them,” said Thorsten Benner, director of the Berlin-based Global Public Policy Institute ... More to follow. .
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Germany votes: The election that could change Europe's future

The Irish Times 25 Sep 2021
There’s a chill in the air of Berlin’s government quarter ... Dr Claudia Kemfert, energy expert at Berlin’s DIW economic institute, says the chancellor never pushed back energetically against Germany’s powerful energy and automative lobby ... Those images catalysed many voters’ doubts that this regional leader had the gravitas for the big stage in Berlin.
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Germany votes: Can climate anxiety convert to radical political change?

The Irish Times 25 Sep 2021
There’s a chill in the air of Berlin’s government quarter ... Dr Claudia Kemfert, energy expert at Berlin’s DIW economic institute, says the chancellor never pushed back energetically against Germany’s powerful energy and automative lobby ... Those images catalysed many voters’ doubts that this regional leader had the gravitas for the big stage in Berlin.
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Philip Barker: How the International Olympic Academy came to be

Inside The Games 24 Sep 2021
COVID-19 had forced the closure of many educational institutions including the IOA, which normally offers a range of lectures and activities on Olympic topics to students from across the world ... This was now based in Berlin where he was also in charge of an "International Olympic Institute".
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Funeral home looks back on 200 years in business

Daily American 24 Sep 2021
Their son Charles Deaner graduated from the Pittsburgh Institute of Mortuary Science in 1949, then passed the business to Don Deaner, the current owner ... He graduated from the Pittsburgh Institute of Mortuary Science in 1981 and added funeral home locations in Hooversville and Berlin in the 1980s.
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Muslim women struggle with Germany’s ‘hijab ban’ in workplaces

Al Jazeera 24 Sep 2021
Berlin, for many years, had its own law banning public school teachers from wearing the headscarf. “The institution of yet another neutrality law at the federal level sends the wrong signal to [veiled] women, because they think, why are you so preoccupied with me?” Uyanik said.
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Lasker Foundation Announces 2021 Lasker Awards

The Salamanca Press 24 Sep 2021
Dieter Oesterhelt (Max Planck Institute of Biochemistry), Peter Hegemann (Humboldt University of Berlin) and Karl Deisseroth (Stanford University) will receive the Albert Lasker Basic Medical Research Award; Katalin Karikó (BioNTech) and Drew Weissman (University of Pennsylvania) ...
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'Box seats' for elite found at ancient amphitheater in Turkey's Izmir

Anadolu Agency 23 Sep 2021
The new findings were made during research part of the TransPergMicro project being carried out by the German Archeological Institute and Berlin Technical University’s Institute of Architecture, under the auspices of Turkey’s Culture and Tourism Ministry.
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“My guitar playing sails under the radar, and I quite like that”: Public Service Broadcasting’s ...

Guitar.com 23 Sep 2021
“I didn’t really know why I wanted to write an album about Berlin,” he admits ... Something about Berlin is just really, really cool ... As with 2017’s Every Valley, where Willgoose embedded in Ebbw Vale Miner’s Institute to create the record, here he decamped, pre-pandemic, to Berlin, and to that city’s most evocative musical touchstone – Hansa.
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Expert discusses climate protection and how to overcome barriers

Phys Dot Org 23 Sep 2021
Its impact can already be felt throughout Germany ... But what is preventing us from taking urgently needed action? Psychologist Ralph Hertwig, Director at the Max Planck Institute for Human Development in Berlin, explains the reasons and offers suggestions on how we can change our habits ... And reputable institutions can make it readily available ... ....
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Clubbing in an oppressive city – from Cairo’s Al-Haram Street to Tahrir Square

Mail Guardian South Africa 23 Sep 2021
Ten Cities (Spector Books/Goethe-Institut), a book on clubbing in Nairobi, Cairo, Kyiv, Johannesburg, Naples, Berlin, Luanda, Lagos, Bristol and Lisbon between 1960 and March 2020, is edited by Johannes Hossfeld Etyang, Joyce Nyairo and Florian Sievers.
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