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Tracking magnetic fields in the brain

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Press Releases

02.05.2016

History on Ice: Researchers paint a genetic portrait of Ice Age Europe

Three ~31,000 year old skulls from Dolni Věstonice in the Czech Republic. For the next five thousand years, all samples analyzed in this study – whether from Belgium, the Czech Republic, Austria, or Italy – are closely related, reflecting a population expansion associated with the Gravettian archaeological culture. Credit and copyright: Martin Frouz and Jiří Svoboda

Press release of the international research team publishing in Nature

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29.04.2016

Full three-dimensional shape of large-scale folds in Greenland’s ice cap revealed

Greenland’s ice cap: Extensive analysis reveals the dynamics of deep ice layers. Photo: Alfred Wegener Institute/Coen Hofstede

Tübingen scientists explore the dynamics of deep ice layers

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28.04.2016

University of Tübingen launches refugee course

Two semester of intense language & intercultural training will prepare new arrivals for studies in Germany

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27.04.2016

Teeth vs. tools – Neandertals and Homo sapiens had different dietary strategies

Dental Microwear Texture Analysis, the method employed in this study, involves the examination and analysis of microwear features on dental surfaces at a sub-micrometer scale. Image: Sireen El Zaatari

Tübingen University palaeoanthropologist examines worn teeth to show behavioral differences between Neandertals and modern humans

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21.04.2016

How the brain learns to come up with nothing

Tübingen neuroscientists discover brain processes which lead to the concept of “zero” on the number line

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