Deutschland, Potsdam Oortsteil Golm, 18.02.2014 – Prof. Sidney Omelon an ihrer Forschungsstaette dem Max-Planck-Institute im Wissenschaftspark Potsdam-Golm. Dort forscht Omelon zur Kristallisation und Biomineralization von Knochen. Hier: Sidney Omelon mit einem Knochenstueck im Besprechungsraum. An der Tafel hat Sie ihre Forschungsaufgabe mit Zeichungen und chemischen Formeln erklärt. Sidney Omelon: Bone cells can be seen as engineers who construct bone tissue to make our skeletons. I am investigating a potentially novel chemical process used by bone cells for producing the calcium phosphate mineral in our bones.
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