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- Discovering new worlds with mathematics

- How hormones affect our eating habits

- Researchers teach machines to see

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Press Releases

Promising malaria vaccine tested

New combination of drugs proves effective and well-tolerated – Further studies planned

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World’s oldest known oxygen oasis discovered

Tübingen University geoscientists find traces of early oxygen-producing bacteria in 3 billion year old sediments in South Africa’s Pongola Basin

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Immune response to bacteria: Distinguishing helpers from harmers

University of Tübingen microbiologists discover the mechanism staphylococci use to lull our immune systems

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Potato blight’s chemical attack mechanism explained

“Science” study opens door to selective, biological herbicides and methods of crop protection

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Tiny globetrotters – bacteria which live in the Arctic and the Antarctic

Geoscientists compare micro-organisms in the polar regions

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The Patterns of climate change

Biologists analyze data of long-term experiment to monitor and predict how plant species will respond to climate change

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New treasures from Tutankhamun’s tomb

As part of a German-Egyptian project, archaeologists from Tübingen for the first time examine embossed gold applications from the sensational find of 1922. The motifs indicate surprising links between the Levant and the Egypt of...

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