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7000 Years: The Oldest Case of Leukemia

Prehistoric female skeleton shows signs of this cancer


Decisive steps in the initiation of programmed cell death revealed

Tübingen researchers have studied the formation of membrane pores that are critical to start the apoptosis program


Tübingen Bioinformatics supports international study into microbe survival

Bioengineers identify key genes and functions for sustaining microbial life in University of California-led study


Food for the gods – a resource for millions

The 2015 Chariot Festival Photo: Lisa Züfle

Tübingen researchers investigate the world’s biggest kitchen as part of the collaborative research center ResourceCultures


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