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There are more than 170 scientists doing research on the mechanisms on aging at FLI. Hence, there’s always something new to report. Moreover, members of the interested public have the opportunity to attend FLI’s research seminars.

Thinking positive makes you live longer. This was one of the interesting messages, that Dr. Verena Klusmann addressed to her audience on February 2,...

FLI's Scientific Director was elected by the German Stem Cell Network in September 2016 to lead the Network in 2017.

It was already for the fourth time, that the FLI Health Day took place on December 12, 2016.

About 250 pupils and their families attended this year's Science Night at Talschule Jena. The FLI enthused the 800 visitors with microscopes and aging...

FLI Junior Group Leader Francesco Neri was awarded the 1.60 Mio Sofja Kovalevskaja Award on November 15, 2016, in Berlin.

In recognition of our excellent equal opportunities policies, we were for the second time awarded with the TEQ Certificate on Novemer 9 in Nuremberg.

On the Second International Conference on Aging and Disease in Stanford, US, Ronny Hänold and his group were awarded with the Outstanding Poster...

On September 11, FLI presented its aging research to the public on occasion of the Carl Zeiss Day in Jena.

FLI is re-awarded the certificate “TOTAL E-QUALITY“ and additionally the Add-on “Diversity”

On May 26 and 27, FLI alumni came back to their "home" institute to exchange with colleagues and current students.

On May 26, 2016, children from Kindergarten Beutenberg came to FLI to say thank you for their "Junior Researchers Day" on March 2.

On the occasion of German-wide "Girl's and Boy's Day", 12 high school students participated in the "Forsche Schüler Tag" at the FLI.

On the 2016 Spring Reception of the Leibniz Association, Karl Lenhard Rudolph, Scientific Director of the Leibniz Institute on Aging (FLI), held an...