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News from August 26, 2020
Novel Series: Science on Film
Part 1: Gabriele Lohmann is working on algorithms that can enable better clinical diagnoses in the field of modern imaging techniques. In our video report, the Group Leader gives insights into her research.
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Wolfgang Rosenstiel passed away on August 19, 2020, at the age of 65.