Taking a closer look at resistance to tuberculosis bacteria
Though tuberculosis can be cured today, new resistant strains of the bacteria are becoming a growing problem in the medical world. Biologist Annemarie Meijer and her colleagues are studying resistance to this disease. Their research is already yielding several interesting clues that could help the development of a new generation of drugs. We have three questions for her.
Read more
  • Leiden researchers discover genes that affect spread of breast cancer
  • NWO-grant for degration of biomass

  • Calendar

    This Week's Discoveries
    Short public lectures
    Every Tuesday 12:30 hrs
    Closing days Spring 2015
    Goof Friday and Easter
    3-6 April
    High-dimensional data, random questions and random answers
    Lecture by Sara van de Geer, visiting Kloosterman professor
    9 April