In a Nature Comm. paper published in July 2019 the Bosch lab shows that size in Hydra is controlled by Wnt- and TGF-β signaling. Insulin-like peptide receptor (INSR) and forkhead box protein O (FoxO) are important genetic drivers of size determination controlling the same developmental regulators.
Learn more about this research in a (German) radio interview:
CRC 1182 research team proposes stochastic model to explain microbiome composition
Thomas Bosch talks in the Open Access Video Journal LATEST THINKING about:
“What Can the Origins of Multicellular Life Teach Us About How Bodies Function?”
Thomas Bosch talks about his research on metaorganisms in a 30 min radio feature (in German) broadcasted by Deutschlandfunk on Sunday December 2018. To listen to the interview or to read the text click here.
Friday 9. November 2018
Thomas Bosch received the 2018 Robert E. Kane Lecture Award at the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa. The ceremony was held in the Pacific Biosciences Research Center. Click here to see the lecture “On the multiorganismic nature of life“
Thomas Bosch in a very personal interview about his career https://www.bioatelier.de/interview-text