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2018
         
Why plants grow sprouts in the dark
Bild der WissenschaftGreen plants with leaves are created by light. Not in the dark. The signal responsible for this is now deciphered
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2017
         
Farewell to our colleague
Dr. Ines Kubigsteltig

Abschied von Ines KubigsteltigWe don't want to part with our nice colleague Ines, who supported us for 20 years with her skills in research, teaching and management. All the best, dear Ines!
  Justin goes to the Netherlands
 
Abschied von Justin AndersonDr. Justin Anderson moves on to "Nunhems Vegetable Seeds" after one year as a bioinformatician. We owe him decisive impulses for our research. Best of luck for the future, Justin!
  Angelika Ernst goes into "retirement"
Abschied von Angelika ErnstCompetently and with heart, Angelika Ernst has supported our chair for almost 20 years. Thank you Angelika!
         
Why plants grow sprouts in the dark
Bild der WissenschaftGreen plants with leaves are created by light. Not in the dark. The signal responsible for this is now deciphered.
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original publication
  WAZ extra article about Ute Krämer
WAZ extraIn his article „Superplant is a heavy metal hoover” Mr Felix Kanngießer publishes a portrait of our research.
Online article (without photos)
  Ales Pecinka held his inaugural lecture
Ales Pecinka and Ute KrämerCongratulations to your habilitation and thank you for your teaching activites in our department during the past years, Ales!
         
New Phytologist
New Phytologist LogoPublication online on diversity in Arabidopsis halleri
 
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  Highly Cited Researcher 2016
BakteriumProf. Ute Krämer has been selected as a Thomson Reuters Highly Cited Researcher again! 
Highly Cited Researchers
RUB Aktuellportal (2014)
  Ute Krämer and Alan Baker
Ute Krämer and Alan BakerUte has spoken at »ASPB Meeting« in Austin/Texas and at »Biometals« Meeting in Dresden, an opportunity to meet up with Alan Baker.
         
Podcast: lecture by Ute Krämer
Icon RUB50-VorträgeDownload the lecture by Prof. Ute Krämer »Schwermetalle: Pflanzen als Vermittler zwischen Umwelt und menschlichem Wohlergehen« as part of the series
»50 Jahre – 50 Vorträge«.
visit the website
  3Sat nano about Phytomining
Icon nano 3SatA team from 3Sat »nano« made two short films at the the Department of »Molecular Genetics and Physiology of Plants« that can be viewed in the mediathek of the 3Sat station.
Website of 3Sat nano
Video 1 (3Sat-Mediathek)
Video 2 (3Sat-Mediathek)
  DRadio Wissen Grünstreifen
Icon DRadio WissenUte Krämer interviewed by Manuel Unger on the subject of phytomining within the magazine "Grünstreifen".
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Süddeutsche Zeitung Magazin
Phytomining ZinkThe Süddeutsche Zeitung Magazine published an article about the biologists Ute Krämer, Alan Baker and Rufus Chaney on the topic 'phytomining - how plants get metals from the ground'. (Issue 40 2014).
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  Beauty of Science
BakteriumESRF highlights Camille's recent images of elemental distribution in the Arabidopsis leaf
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  Motherboard online magazine
Phytomining ZinkThe online magazine 'Motherboard' published an article about Ute Krämer and the topic 'phytomining'.
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Superplants - die blühende Revolution
Arte LogoArte documentary "Superplants" on metal hyperaccumulator plant research receives the "UMSICHT" Science Prize of the Science Forum Ruhr e.V.", 5 July 2017.
press release
  New Phytomining-Articles in "Bild der Wissenschaft" and "DFG-Forschung"
Bild der WissenschaftIn issue 2-2017 of "BDW" and the DFG magazine "Forschung" there is an article about the work of Mrs. Krämer.
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  “Don't take my heavy metal, man!”
BakteriumAC/DC? Metallica?? Motorhead???
“No, iron and manganese!”: The effects of ionophores in bacteria revealed!
Zum Proteomics-Journal Artikel