Monthly Archives: January 2015

Science in Dresden is international and colorful

Last night there was a huge event in the Dresden city center, “Open-minded and colorful — Dresden for all.” Over 22,000 people attended this concert and rally to show their support for tolerance, empathy, and open-mindedness in our city. MPI-CBG director Kai Simons gave a great speech, and our Media Department put together a fantastic […]

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Tony gives talk at RIKEN in Japan

Today, Tony gave a lecture on “Liquid-like compartments in cells: Implications for polarity and disease” at the RIKEN Center for Developmental Biology (CDB) in Kobe, Japan (see poster below). This visit also gave him the chance to catch up with former Hyman lab postdoc Yusuke Toyoda! Yusuke is now a researcher at the Institute of Life […]

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Happy New Year from the Hyman Lab!

Wishing you and yours a wonderful 2015. Enjoy this artwork created by lab member Oliver Wueseke, titled “Ying Yang Worms.”

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