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UNIVERSITY OF HAMBURG

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    Funder: ANR Project Code: ANR-21-FAI1-0010
    Funder Contribution: 207,407 EUR
    Partners: MetaGénoPolis, UNIVERSITY OF HAMBURG

    The digital revolution, in particular big data and artificial intelligence (AI), offer new opportunities to transform healthcare. Big data analytics has the potential to combine molecular patient data with electronic health records to fulfil the promises of precision me...

  • project
    Funder: ANR Project Code: ANR-19-FRAL-0005
    Funder Contribution: 331,430 EUR
    Partners: Archéologie et philologie dOrient et dOccident, UNIVERSITY OF HAMBURG

    Miletus on the western coast of Turkey has been an important megapolis of the ancient Mediterranean. It is now a central place for research on ancient urbanisation, as it offers an ideal case for the study of the genesis of a big city perfectly integrated into Mediterra...

  • project
    Funder: ANR Project Code: ANR-18-CE92-0041
    Funder Contribution: 242,024 EUR
    Partners: UNIVERSITY OF HAMBURG, Diversité, adaptation et développement des plantes

    Sequence information (the genome) determines phenotypic outcome, but depends on a proper chromatin environment (the epigenome) for both the transcriptional competence of genes, and the organization of the genome. The epigenome is thus of great interest for fundamental a...

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    Funder: ANR Project Code: ANR-10-BLAN-1128
    Funder Contribution: 494,012 EUR
    Partners: Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique / Institut de Chimie des Substances Naturelles UPR2301, INSTITUT NATIONAL DE LA SANTE ET DE LA RECHERCHE MEDICALE ADR LANGUEDOC-ROUSSILLON - ADR 8, UNIVERSITY OF HAMBURG

    Heart automaticity is a fundamental physiological function in animals. In the adult heart of higher vertebrates, automaticity is generated in the sino-atrial node by specialized “pacemaker” cells having low contractility and generating a periodic electrical oscillation....

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    Funder: ANR Project Code: ANR-20-FRAL-0009
    Funder Contribution: 309,463 EUR
    Partners: LIttoral ENvironnement et Sociétés, Casa de Velazquez, UNIVERSITY OF HAMBURG

    The research of the last three decades has fundamentally modified our image of the cities of Spain and North Africa: From the perspective of classical studies, the cities’ strength and significance as ruling entities remained unbroken between 300 and 800 A.D. Military-p...

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