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DFG establishes 13 new priority programs

rammes (organised by scientific field) and their coordinators are:

Humanities and Social Sciences

Ports from the time of the Roman Empire to the Middle Ages
Coordinator: Professor Dr. Claus von Carnap-Bornheim, The Foundation of Schleswig-Holstein State Museums at Schloss Gottorf, the Schleswig-Holstein State Archaeological Museum

Life Sciences

Ecology and Species Barriers in Emerging Viral Diseases
Coordinator: Professor Dr. Christian Drosten, University of Bonn

Phenotypic Heterogeneity and Sociobiology of Bacterial Populations
Coordinator: Professor Dr. Kirsten Jung, The Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich

Ultrafast and Temporally Precise Information Processing: Normal and Dysfunctional Hearing
Coordinator: Professor Dr. Jutta Engel, Saarland University
Coordinator: Professor Dr. Eckhard Friauf, Technical University of Kaiserslautern

THYROID TRANS ACT Translation of Thyroid Hormone Actions beyond Classical Concepts
Coordinator: Professor Dr. Dagmar Fhrer-Sake, The University Hospital of Leipzig (an institution under public law)

Natural Sciences

Probabilistic Structures in Evolution
Coordinator: Professor Dr. Ellen Baake, University of Bielefeld

New Frontiers in Sensitivity for EPR Spectroscopy: From Biological Cells to Nano Materials
Coordinator: Dr. Marina Bennati, Private Lecturer at the Max Planck Institute for Biophysical Chemistry (Karl Friedrich Bonhoeffer Institute)

Chemoselective Reactions for the Synthesis and Use of Functional Proteins
Coordinator: Professor Dr. Christian Hackenberger, Free University of Berlin

Engineering Sciences

Fuels Produced Regeneratively Through Light-Driven Water Splitting: Clarification of the Elemental Processes Involved and Prospects for Implementation in Technological Concepts
Coordinator: Professor Dr. Wolfram Jaege

Contact: Dr. Eva-Maria Streier
Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft

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