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The Human Frontier Science Program (HFSP) promotes international collaboration in basic research focused on the elucidation of the sophisticated and complex mechanisms of living organisms.

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2019 AWM poster session
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Aviv Regev
Arthur Horwich
Aviv Regev
Aviv Regev
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F. Ulrich Hartl
HFSP MATTERS
The Newsletter from the Human Frontier Science Program
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Research Grants

28

Nobel Prizes

71

Fellows' Nationalities

7500

HFSP Awardees since 1990

G7 Summit Venice 1987

HFSPO in Japan

HFSPO Secretary-General Prof. Pavel Kabat visited Japan from 16 to 20 May.

Circadian clock wearable

Wearables can track physiological response to COVID and other diseases

A new algorithm analyzes heart rate measured over the course of a day to track many physiological systems.

African penguins

Water or land: are the middle ears of aquatic birds designed to hear in both?

For highly aquatic birds, hearing underwater might be as important as hearing on land. Yet, specializations to hearing…

Confocal microscopy image of the developing fly optic lobe

How stem cells generate neuronal diversity over time

The molecular players that pattern neural stem cells to generate neuronal diversity as the brain develops are mostly…