University of Tübingen Magazine

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- Advanced Technology Breathes Life into Historical Data

- When Molecular Motors Waltz

- The Future of Medicine

Annual Report of University of Tübingen

Universities for openess, tolerance and against xenophobia

Universities for openess, tolerance and against xenophobia
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Press Releases

Swabian Ice Age caves declared World Heritage sites

UNESCO pays tribute to unique home of the world’s earliest 3D art - Tübingen University: “Well-deserved honor”


Tübingen joins with international partners to train medical staff in Africa

New health care academy in Gabon will provide doctors and health systems workers for the country and the region


The first of our kind – Scientists discover the oldest Homo sapiens fossils at Jebel Irhoud, Morocco

New finds push back the origins of our species by 100,000 years and show that by about 300,000 years ago important changes in our biology and behavior had taken place across most of Africa


Oldest hominin possibly lived in Europe

Scientists find 7.2 million year old pre-human remains in the Balkans ‒ New hypothesis about the origin of humankind


Unseld Lecture on the relationship between mankind and nature

Sociologist and philosopher Bruno Latour at the University of Tübingen


Finding traces of memory processing during sleep

University of Tübingen neuroscientists use machine learning algorithm to show that the brain actively reprocesses previously learned information during sleep, strengthening memory


German Science Council approves 53 million euros for new microbiome and cancer research institute

Personalized medicine in Tübingen takes revolutionary new approach to the human organism, considering “M3” - malignancy, metabolome, and microbiota