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EDUCATION

Theodor Escherich discovered e.coli

August 28, 2010 GW Administrator 2

In 1885 German-Austrian pediatrician and university professor Theodor Escherich discovered the bacterium Escherichia coli, in short e.coli. He was awarded the doctorate in medicine in 1881 and only four years later made his major discovery. […]

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FEATURED

Queen Luise of Prussia

August 26, 2010 GW Administrator 0

The “Lady Diana” of the 19th century died 200 years ago. by Pia Reutter She is regarded as the “mother of the nation” and was celebrated as “the most beautiful of the beautiful”: Prussia’s Queen […]

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NEWS

Chrisoph Schlingensief is dead

August 21, 2010 GW Administrator 2

Christoph Schlingensief, hope and enfant terrible of Germany’s theater scene died August 21st in Berlin. He battled lung cancer for over two years. The artist directed plays, movied, operas, most renowned the annual Richard Wagner […]

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NEWS

Trader Joe’s Co-Founder died

July 30, 2010 GW Administrator 0

Almost everybody knows Trader Joe’s, but few know that the offering basic not super-processed, affordable food, pushing their own brand, passing savings on to the consumer by concentrating on fewer and more essential products supermarket […]

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NEWS

Claudia Schiffer welcomes a baby girl

May 15, 2010 GW Administrator 0

German Supermodel Claudia Schiffer welcomed a baby girl at central London’s Portland Hospital on Friday. Karl Lagerfeld’s muse already has a son Caspar (7) and a daughter Clementine (4) with “Kick-Ass” director Matthew Vaughn. Shortly […]