American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- A city of southwest Germany near the Rhine River at the edge of the Black Forest. Founded in 1120, it is a manufacturing, cultural, and tourist center. Population: 218,000.
- German frei (“free”) + Burg (“fortification”) (Wiktionary)
“My period in Freiburg permitted me to also work on other aspects of tumour virology: I discovered the potent activity of some phorbol esters in inducing latent Epstein-Barr virus DNA.”
“Die Handschriften der Universitätsbibliotek und anderer öffentlicher Sammlungen in Freiburg im Breisgau.”
“One has six full-page miniatures, whereas the other manuscript has eight smaller miniatures placed before the opening initial of the procession that they mark. 112 An early-fourteenth-century processional, now in Freiburg but not clearly linked to any of the four Dominican houses there, also contains miniatures. 113 They are four rather simple images on one face of the folio page.”
“The Malterer family was an important one in Freiburg, although not highly prominent.”
“Some of its members were centered around the University of Freiburg and thus were sometimes called the Freiburg School.”
“With a fellowship from the DFG I went for a year (1977) to work in Freiburg in the lab of the famous insect embryologist Klaus”
“Pedro Santamaria, a postdoc with whom I shared the lab in Freiburg, was a skillful transplantation person, he did some attempts to rescue the dorsal phenotype by transplantation of wildtype cytoplasm.”
“Centre Limburg, Belgium, numerous awards, becoming director of the Max-Planck-Institut für Immunbiologie in Freiburg,”
“Georg Wittig has been professor in Freiburg, Tübingen and”
“He is honorary doctor in Freiburg (1931), Bukarest (1942), Oslo (1946),”
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