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08.04.2019 | CEM

Welcome to Dr. Juan Pablo Busalmen

Dr. Juan Pablo Busalmen is a Biologist from the University of Mar del Plata, Argentina. He is visiting us for 1½ month.

13.03.2019 | CEM

Welcome to Yonggang Yang

Yonggang Yang is a guest researcher at CEM for 2 months.

01.03.2019 | CEM

Welcome to two MarMic students

Welcome to Raissa Meyer and Marie-C. Muller.

01.02.2019 | CEM

Four new students in CEM

Welcome to Lilian Cheung, Martin Egenhardt, Lea Plum and Kristian Rudebeck.

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No one had ever imagined life based on internal electric wires.

Cable bacteria conduct electrons with an efficiency that physics and molecular biology so far can’t explain, and nothing is known on how they control their energy and growth metabolism, when the respiratory electron transport chain is split between cells centimeters apart.

Center for Electromicrobiology aims to unravel how this unique form of life functions.