Origin of life: The chicken-and-the-egg problem
A LMU team has shown that slight alterations in transfer-RNA molecules (tRNAs) allow them to self-assemble into a functional unit that can replicate information exponentially.
What is going on at LMU? Everything at a glance in the LMU Newsroom – news, events, interviews, backgrounds, stories.
Social anthropologist Eveline Dürr discusses cultural diversity, its conceptual construction and connotations, and the conflicting emotions it evokes.
In the LMU’s series of Corona Lectures, three medical professionals from the LMU Medical Center will report on their clinical experiences during the coronavirus pandemic.
LMU physicists demonstrate that fundamental characteristics of polymeric molecules, such as their subunit composition, are sufficient to trigger selection processes in a plausible prebiotic setting.
Lecture given by Professor Michael Hoelscher, head of the Division of Infectious Diseases and Tropical Medicine at LMU
Students and staff, focusing on solving global health problems, have the opportunity to participate in this e-conference.
A graduation exhibition created by students of the bachelor’s degree program in Art and Multimedia (School of Arts)
Ralf Kölbel discusses the motivations, social roles, and the legal protections that apply to whistleblowers.
Are we just deceiving ourselves, if we believe in clarity and consistency?
Physicist Fabian Grusdt talks about his career and his passion for physics.