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The app software should be designed to be participatory so that people understand the approach being used and trust it, says computer science professor Claudia Müller-Birn.
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For the past year, Nadine Großmann has been doing research at Freie Universität on the rare genetic disease FOP.
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Memorial. In post-war Berlin, children played in front of the ruins of the Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church on the destroyed Tauentzienstrasse.
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