Monthly Archives: December 2014

Santa visits the lab

Avinash and Shamba are hard at work in the lab this Christmas break, so a secret Santa made them a special advent calendar to carry them through the Christmas and New Year’s. We’re curious to find out what those envelopes hold. Wishing everyone happy holidays and a wonderful 2015, from all of us in the […]

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Listen to Tony’s radio interview about Christmas traditions

Tony was interviewed by the radio program MDR Figaro about his Christmas traditions and memories. Listen to the full story here! (In German) Copyright Heike Schwarzer/MDR Figaro Read the description in English (translated by Tony) and German below: Anthony Hyman is Director of the Max Planck Institute of Molecular Cell Biology in Dresden, has lived for […]

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The Hyman lab gets glamorous for the MPI Christmas Party

Last Friday, Dec 12 was the annual MPI-CBG Christmas party, and this year the theme was “CBG: Chic, Beautiful, Glamorous.” The dress code was black tie, and it was great to see so many people decked out in their finest, including Tony in his tux! The whole party was fabulously organized by Reni Schimmel and […]

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Jeff Woodruff speaking today at ASCB

Are you at the annual ASCB meeting in Philadelphia right now? If so, don’t miss tonight’s talk by Hyman lab postdoc Jeff Woodruff. He will be speaking at 6:05pm in Minisymposium 16: Microtubule Assemblies and their Functions, giving a talk entitled, “Regulated assembly of a supramolecular centrosome scaffold in vitro.” You’ll also find our postdoc […]

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Christmas Market season is here!

There is no denying the magic of the Dresden Christmas Markets, and the season is finally upon us. The Hyman lab took it’s annual outing on Tuesday, Dec 2 and visited one of our favorites, the Neumarkt Christmas market, for some Feuerzangenbowle, Handbrot, and fun. Happy Adventszeit (Advent/Christmas Season) everyone!

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New publication stitches together EM slices into detailed mitotic spindle

Congratulations to our former guest scientist Johanna Höög, members of the MPI-CBG’s stellar Electron Microscopy Facility, and other colleagues for their publication “Automated Stitching of Microtubule Centerlines across Serial Electron Tomograms.” This paper introduces a computational method which addresses the complex task of digitally aligning many serial electron tomography slices to create a complete, 3D […]

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