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The results, which have been published in the journal Scientific Reports, contain some surprises. Press Release No. 49 October 23, 2019 Berlin Buch campus cycles the most The equivalent of almost 28 times around the equator – this was the distance covered by participants in the cycling competition “Wer radelt am meisten?” (Who cycles the most?). Berlin’s senator for sport announced the winners at a ceremony on Wednesday at the Olympiastadion. The Buch campus took first place in the category “Best Company.” Press Release No. 43 September 23, 2019 Berlin Open Letter from EU-LIFE: Doubling the budget for "Horizon Europe" EU-LIFE, the alliance of 13 leading Life Science Research Institutes in Europe urges the EU Council and the European Parliament to double Horizon Europe’s budget compared to Horizon 2020 (H2020), to 150 Billion Euros and within it, to double the budget for discovery research, including the well-proven European Research Council. Press Release No. 34 June 26, 2019 Berlin EU-LIFE: six recommendations for Horizon Europe’s Health Cluster EU-LIFE, the alliance of 13 leading life science institutes in Europe, points out the increasing lack of opportunities for collaborative research in biomedicine at a European level and highlights how this is endangering long-lasting, positive impact in health research for the benefit of citizens. Based on the analysis on the barriers regarding participation in collaborative health research in Horizon 2020, six recommendations aim at contributing to improvement for the upcoming seven-year cycle of Horizon Europe. Press Release No. 29 November 15, 2018 Berlin Leveraging high-precision imaging for health research Another milestone has been reached: In November 2018, the Max Delbrück Center for Molecular Medicine (MDC) welcomed the 5,000th participant at the MRI center of the German National Cohort (GNC) health study. Press Release No. 16 June 26, 2018 Barcelona For a strong Horizon Europe EU-LIFE, the alliance of 13 leading life science research institutes in Europe, urges the European Parliament and the EU Council to push for a strong Horizon Europe. Press Release No. 14 July 20, 2017 Berlin Largest nationwide health study NAKO in Berlin: 3,000th participant examined in MRI scanner We have reached the half-way mark. Ute Radeklau from Berlin is the 3,000th person to be examined in the Berlin Ultrahigh Field Facility at the Max Delbrück Center for Molecular Medicine in the context of the largest German health study NAKO. Press Release No. 5 March 14, 2017 Berlin A European success story When the EU Commission founded the ERC in 2007, the new agency not only promised generous funding... Press Release No. 1 January 23, 2017 Berlin Berlin-Buch: NAKO Health Study investigates its 5000th participant The Berlin-Nord Study Centre has now recruited half of the 10,000 volunteers for Germany’s largest ever cohort study. Across Germany, a total of 200,000 people will participate in the study, who will be carefully examined and thereafter observed for twenty to thirty years. The large-scale study will serve the improvement of prevention, early detection and treatment of widespread diseases.