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- Psychologists investigate language development in children

- Scientists uncover food fraud

- Herbaria: A journey through plant Evolution

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Universities for openess, tolerance and against xenophobia

Universities for openess, tolerance and against xenophobia
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Press Releases


Raising the flag of tolerance and understanding

Tübingen’s Faculty of Catholic Theology presents honorary doctorates to theologians Gregory Baum and Francis X. D’Sa


Banking on pot

University of Tübingen economists examine US legal cannabis sector to gauge the value of banking services


Neandertals: More Advanced Than Previously Assumed

Tooth of a Neanderthal from the excavation site at Payre. © Marie-Hélène Moncel

Prehistoric humans actively adapted their survival strategies


Why fish send red signals in the deep blue sea

Red fluorescent rings around the eyes of plankton eaters like this goby give it a better chance of finding tiny transparent prey, researchers say. Photo: Nico K. Michiels/University of Tübingen.

Tübingen University biologists discover the many meanings of fluorescence where colors fade


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