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Press Releases


The Cave Bear: A Vegan Gone Extinct

Adult Cave Bear with cub from Goyet Cave in Belgium. Photo: RBINS

An inflexible diet led to the disappearance of this large mammal


First Bell Beaker earthwork enclosure found in Spain

The newly discovered circular earthwork enclosure La Loma del Real Tesoro II (near Carmona). Image: SFB 1070 RessourcenKulturen, Javier Escudero Carrillo and Helmut Becker

Archaeologist in Tübingen’s ResourceCultures collaborative research center say ringed site may have been a place for religious rituals


Microbes pump electrons into magnetic particles for long range energy transport

Magnetite nanoparticles being used to store electrons from iron(III)-reducing bacteria Geobacter sulfurreducens. Electron micrograph taken by Eye of Science, Reutlingen

Bacteria can pump and store energy directly into iron minerals for later use or to support long range electron transfer


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