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23.07.2014

Winding up the most accurate clock in the world

Professor Hidetoshi Katori. Photo: Friedhelm Albrecht/University of Tübingen

Excellence Initiative brings Distinguished Professor Hidetoshi Katori to Tübingen for 3 years

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17.07.2014

The last of the Gomphotheres

Researchers at work in the Sonora Desert, Mexico. Photos: Susan Mentzer/University of Tübingen

Earliest humans in North America hunted now-extinct elephant-like creatures, say University of Arizona and Tübingen researchers

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16.07.2014

Glowing red in the big blue

The tropical striped triplefin Helcogramma striata is one of the most strongly fluorescent fish in the tropics. Individuals at a depth of 20m glow more than six times brighter than their relatives living above them at a depth of 5m.  Photo: Nico K. Michiels

Fluorescing fish create their own mobile red light districts – the deeper the fish, the brighter the light, say Tübingen researchers

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03.07.2014

Do not disturb! How the brain filters out distractions

Nerve cells in two brain areas important to working memory use different strategies to filter out distractions. Image: LS Tierphysiologie

Tübingen neuroscientists: brain uses varying strategies to prevent the notepad of working memory from being wiped clean

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04.06.2014

Crows’ memories are made of this

Crows were able to select the picture they had just seen from a number of images. Tübingen researchers discovered which cells were activated to briefly store and process information. Image: LS Tierphysiologie

Tübingen researchers discover neurons allowing crows to remember short-term – although their brains are different from ours

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