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Interdisciplinary podcast series on the Corona pandemic.

Learning from the crisis: Covid-19 and the consequences for society

On March 1, 2021, the University of Rostock will launch a 21-part podcast series "Learning from the Crisis: Covid-19 and the Consequences for Society."


No topic is currently being discussed as controversially as Corona: the global Covid-19 pandemic poses major challenges - and questions - for our society as well as for every individual:

    What is this global pandemic doing to our social cohesion?
    How should the pandemic be classified historically? Has it happened before?
    Can the Corona pandemic endanger our democratic political system?
    Can such a pandemic also have positive economic consequences for a society?
    Who explains and interprets the pandemic?

Listenable in the interdisciplinary podcast series "Learning from the Crisis: Covid-19 and the Implications for Society" beginning March 1, 2021. Links to all episodes will be provided at www.imf.uni-rostock.de/forschung/kommunikations-und-medienwissenschaft/podcast-lernen-aus-der-krise/.

Covid-19 Information

Framework for presence and hybrid events in LL&M

Information about infection control measures and hygiene tips that should be followed can be found here:

Protection against infection
Hygiene tips
Stay healthy and please take care of each other and our university.

 

 

Patent for biological cardiac pacemaker

AG David successful

"We have developed a method that makes it possible to produce a highly specialised type of heart muscle cell in high purity from stem cells," explains the Rostock researcher. The scientific challenge: The stem cells used must be influenced in such a way that they become pacemaker cells, which are extremely rare. Professor David explains how this is done: "We rely on what is known as cell programming in combination with a specific culture protocol. This is the only way we obtain pure pacemaker cells".


The University of Rostock has filed a patent application for this method and has already been granted patents in Germany, Europe and Japan. In addition, patent applications are currently pending in Canada, USA, India, Korea and China. During his corona-related home work, Professor David received the news that the application of these synthetically produced pacemaker cells in the form of a biological pacemaker will also be granted a patent by the German Patent and Trademark Office. Here, too, the University of Rostock plans to extend protection to the international market.

Further reading

 

 

seminar series2020

Department meetings

LL&M

monthly lecture series with topics from the Department environment

 

Mare Balticum Lectures-Seminar series

Mare Balticum Lectures:Complex non-hermitian quantum mechanics in theory and experiment
Prof. Dr. Prof. Yogesh Joglekar (Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis)

Modern methods of mass spectrometry and chromatography

Lecture series for the winter semester 2019/20

Reseach-Report

Research-Report

The Department LL&M introduced itself in this research report in its 10. year after its founding with some member projects. On more than 60 pages, the interaction of light and matter, from chemical and biological agents to biomedical applications is presented. The graduate network LLM, as well as an overview of the projects of the members as well as the presentation of the scientific advisory board are mentioned here. Some contributions are shown in excerpts on our homepage. The print version can be requested from the department management.

 

 

Reseach-Report

Research-Report

The Department LL&M introduced itself in this research report in its 10. year after its founding with some member projects. On more than 60 pages, the interaction of light and matter, from chemical and biological agents to biomedical applications is presented. The graduate network LLM, as well as an overview of the projects of the members as well as the presentation of the scientific advisory board are mentioned here. Some contributions are shown in excerpts on our homepage. The print version can be requested from the department management.

 

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