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Martin Luther University Halle-Wittenberg (MLU), one of Germany’s oldest universities, looks back on a 500 year-old tradition of research excellence in the humanities, natural sciences and agricultural sciences. Actually MLU is home to more than 20.000 students and 338 professors. In 10 faculties nearly all subjects are represented. Associated with the natural and agricultural sciences, the MLU has a long-standing and successful tradition in the research on plants. For example, since the German unification in 1989, several Collaborative Research Centers (CRC) were established on Plant Sciences. The CRCs are supported by the Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (DFG) and commonly include 15-20 participating laboratories. Since 2005 the DFG supports the CRC 648 performing research on molecular mechanisms of information processing in plants. The funding of the CRC 648 was renewed in 2013 for 4 more years.



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