University of Tübingen Magazine

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- Advanced Technology Breathes Life into Historical Data


- When Molecular Motors Waltz


- The Future of Medicine

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Press Releases

How the tomato avoids entanglements with a dodder

Tübingen researchers uncover the mechanism which triggers host plant resistance against parasitic plants

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A potential lifesaver lies unrecognized in the human body

Tübingen researchers have discovered that bacteria from the human nose produces a novel antibiotic which is effective against multiresistant pathogens

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Researchers discover how rope was made 40,000 years ago

Archaeologist from the University of Tübingen present a sophisticated tool carved from mammoth ivory that was used to make rope

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A Sense of Direction in the Brain: Seeing the Inner Compass

Head direction cells in rodents are directly connected with other neuronal structures used in navigation, most importantly the ‘grid cell area’

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Humans are not the only ones who produce halogenated organic pollutants

Tübingen geomicrobiologists show that many bacteria and fungi in soil make organohalogens

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How a germ catches a virus

Scientists from Tübingen investigate the recognition mechanism between phage Phi11 and certain bacteria, the staphylococci

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