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Understanding the limits of working-memory capacity


Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences - Zurich, Switzerland
Department: Department of Psychology
Introduction:The capacity of working memory is limited, and this limit constrains all forms of deliberate complex cognition

Protein structure in disease and therapy


Karolinska Institutet - Stockholm, Sweden
Department: Medical Biochemistry & Biophysics
Introduction:The three-dimensional structures of proteins can provide insights into their functions and give a framework for the design of strong binding inhibitors which may be developed into drugs.

Role of trehalose metabolism in opening/closing of stomatal guard cells in Arabidopsis thaliana


Science - Leuven, Belgium
Department: Laboratory of Molecular Cell Biology (MCB)
Introduction:Plant drougth stress tolerance by modification of trehalose levels in stomatal guard cells

Treatment of obesity and its comorbidities


Vetsuisse Faculty - Zurich, Switzerland
Department: Veterinary Physiology
Introduction:The worldwide rise in obesity is to a large degree responsible for the increased incidence of type 2 diabetes mellitus and cardiovascular diseases.

New Storytellers on Border Crossing to the U.S. (1995-2016). The Representation of Migration from Latin America in Today's Documentary Filmmaking (3H170532)


Faculty of Arts - Leuven, Belgium
Department: Language Studies
Introduction:The research group intends to verify how recent documentaries represent migration and how they convey transcultural memory using specific aesthetic and narratological devices. Today's documentaries not only portray a spatial and identitarian in-betweenness which transcends national, political, social, linguistic and cultural borders, but also further explore the frontiers between fact and fiction.

Probing the viscosity of conduction electrons in metals


University of Geneva - Geneva, Switzerland
Department: Condensed Matter Physics
Introduction:An important property characterizing a liquid is its viscosity. Honey is for example very viscous, while water is rather fluid. Metals conduct electricity

Research projects in: Biomedical Research


LUMC - Leiden, The Netherlands
Department: LUMC
Introduction:The Leiden University Biomedical Center offers the possibility for a junior research project within an ongoing research project.

Role of trehalose metabolism in opening/closing of stomatal guard cells in Arabidopsis thaliana


Faculty of Science - Leuven, Belgium
Department: Laboratory of Molecular Cell Biology (MCB)
Introduction:Plant drougth stress tolerance by modification of trehalose levels in stomatal guard cells.

The multimodal representation of criminal syndicates in documentaries


Faculty of Arts - Leuven, Belgium
Department: Campus Sint-Andries (Antwerp)
Introduction:This project is offered at the Campus Sint-Andries (Antwerp). The present project focuses on the multimodal representation of (Italian) crime syndicates. It will investigate the identity construction of the maffias and representation of the social actors involved in crime (ranging from the criminals over law enforcement and counter movements to victims and witnesses).

The role for protein tyrosine phosphatases and epithelial-to-mesenchymal transition in the pathogenesis of inflammatory bowel disease and colorectal carcinoma.


University of Zurich - Zurich, Switzerland
Department: Faculty of Medicine: Division of Gastroenterology and Hepatology
Introduction:The pathogenesis of inflammatory bowel disease, representing a chronic intestinal inflammation, is still poorly understood. Recent evidence suggest that
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