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DFG establishes 11 new research training groups
Date:5/22/2013

nd blood vessels influence the function of other organs in the human body, such as the kidneys. Mechanical forces, oxygen availability and locally released signal molecules are all crucial factors which play an important role in modulating cell-cell communication, cell migration and cell-matrix interactions in the cardiovascular system. The German-American IRTG "Intra- and Interorgan Communication of the Cardiovascular System" intends to study the functional and molecular mechanisms of communication within and between the cells of the cardiovascular system as the basis for normal and pathologically altered cell and organ function.

(Host University: University of Dsseldorf, Spokesperson: Professor Dr. Axel Gdecke; Partner University: University of Virginia, USA)

In philosophy and sociology, the uncertainty of human experience is referred to as contingency. The RTG "Precaution, Prevision, Prediction: Managing Contingency" will study the problem of contingency from a historical perspective and pose the question of how it can be managed through action. The focus will be on human beings and their current behaviour in the face of an uncertain future. The group's approach is fundamentally different from previous analyses of contingency: the focus is not on perceptions about the future but on the actors' actions in relation to future. In this way the team intends to define the plurality of horizons of possibility in society.

(Host University: University of Duisburg-Essen, Spokesperson: Professor Dr. Stefan Brakensiek)

Nanotechnology offers ways of structuring materials at the smallest level and thus of achieving new properties and functionalities. However, this requires modern forms of nanocharacterisation and the development of new and advanced in situ procedures. This is the area of study of the RTG "In situ Microscopy with Electrons, X-rays and Scanning Probes". In situ methods make it possible to study the formation, stability and mechanical in
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Contact: Marco Finetti
marco.finetti@dfg.de
49-228-885-2230
Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft
Source:Eurekalert

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