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This was the central question of the first DiebBB seminars of the year 2018. Dr. Filipe De Vadder, scientist at the Cancer Research Centre in Lyon, presented new findings on the interplay between microbiota and energy homeostasis to about 30 participants.

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It seems that nutrition can help to reduce the risk of developing dementia. This is the conclusion of the renowned speakers at the BAEN Café on 7 December 2017. More than 80 guests gathered at the fifth BAEN Café, organized by the Bonn Agricultural and Nutrition Network (BAEN) together with DietBB.

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Holger Wagner-Thelen reports on his research in the field of epigenetics. How does a bee larva become a queen bee? How can a mouse's diet affect the fur colour of the offspring and why does one twin suffer from dementia while the other – with identical genetic equipment – shows no signs of the disease?

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On December 14, 2017, the young scientists of the DietBB Cluster met at the German Nutrition Society (DGE).

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The DietBB seminar on 4 December 2017 was dedicated to the methods of review articles

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What exactly keeps our mind healthy? This is one of the questions, the Rheinland Study seeks an answer to.

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Interview with Stefanie Koch and Mats Wiese from Thematic Area 1

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DietBB-Young Scientists visited the GENOMICS platform at the Life & Brain Research Center on the Venusberg in Bonn

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Examination of personality characteristics and food choices in the DONALD study

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On September 26, 2017, partners and members of the DietBB Competence Cluster met for the 3rd Plenary Meeting in Bonn.

This year, the meeting was focused on the work of the young scientists, who are researching within the framework of Diet-Body-Brain. Five researchers from various subprojects presented their work with initial results and gave an outlook on the future.

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