The newspaper ‘Badische Zeitung‘ published a short article about the Emmy Noether grant that Tessa received
The university home-page features an article about the Emmy Noether Project
Our latest article about the archaeal CheY structure in PNAS was featured on the university home page.
Tessa received a grant from the Margarete von Wrangell Habilitationsprogramm. This was featured on the university home page.
The image that Tessa made of an pyramidal egress structure of the archaeal virus SIRV2 was used as illustration of a News feature in Nature about CRISPR.
Tessa received a Carl-Zeiss Fellowship, which was featured on the university website.
The PhD thesis ‘archaeal virus-host interactions’ was awarded the French Louis Foret prize from the Chancellerie des Universités des Paris.
Tessa’s PhD thesis was featured on the home page of the University of Wageningen. Text in Dutch.
Work on the egress mechanism of the archaeal virus SIRV2 was nicely summarized in the blog Small Things Considered.