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€1.5m ERC Starting Grant for Claudio Tennie

Claudio Tennie. Photo: Friedhelm Albrecht.

Tübingen behavioral researcher investigates early stone tools – are they more like the work of humans or apes?


Tracing down linear ubiquitination

Schematic model of two linearly linked ubiquitin molecules. The internal tagging site is marked in black. Graphic: Koraljka Husnjak, generated by PyMOL Software

Group including Tübingen researchers devises a method which will help investigate the role of this protein modification in cancers, neurodegenerative diseases, and infections.


New Hope for the Saiga Antelope?

During the last Ice Age, Saiga Antelopes were widespread. They can only be found in Central Asia and Russia today. © Bayarbaatar Buuveibaatar

Saiga Antelopes were much more flexible than originally thought.


Environmental researchers are developing new biosensors for testing water

The principle behind the new biosensors: The receptor binding of the drugs immediately generates a fluorescence signal in the exposed cells which measures its intensity. Photo: M. Frey

Biologists from the University of Tübingen have helped develop biosensors which can detect drugs in water more quickly and in smaller amounts


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