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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 plants decide on a pattern for a new leaf

University of Tübingen researcher investigates the role of small RNAs in communication between cells

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Tübingen archaeologists uncover cuneiform archive in Iraq’s Kurdish region

93 ancient Assyrian clay tablets to yield their secrets

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Carbon coating gives biochar its garden-greening power

Geomicrobiologists from the University of Tübingen aim to elucidate mechanisms of nitrate storage during composting

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Ebola vaccine can now be used on children

An international team tests the vaccine on adolescents and children and establishes correct dosage

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Supersonic gas streams left over from the Big Bang drive massive black hole formation

University of Tübingen astrophysicist is among an international team of researchers which has modeled the formation of a black hole in the early universe using super-computer simulation

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Two ERC Starting Grants for Tübingen researchers

Palaeoanthropologist Radu Iovita and medical researcher Surjo R. Soekadar receive 1.5 m euros for their research on the deep prehistory of the Silk Road and the next generation of brain-computer interfaces

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Cell marking opens up a window into the body

Researchers at the University of Tübingen develop methods to track cells in mice which could help to reduce animal experiments

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