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

New process allows tailor-made malaria research

Model of infection from Tübingen successfully tested in Africa: volunteers are being infected with malaria parasites in a controlled manner - New findings on naturally acquired immunity and resistance to malaria

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Alzheimer’s research on mice – intracellular calcium store malfunction leads to brain hyperactivity

Physiologists at the University of Tübingen discover the mechanism leading to increased release of neurotransmitters – and potential new approaches to treatment

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A typical Central European – The genome of the architect of the Dresden Frauenkirche deciphered

A research team from the University of Tübingen and the Max Planck Institute for the Science of Human History examines the genetic material of 18th century German architect George Bähr to learn more about his appearance and...

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What Magnetic Fields Do in the Brain – And How to Observe It

Tübingen Neuroscientists develop method to better understand transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS)

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One step ahead – What happens in the brain

Tübingen scientists have for the first time succeeded in measuring the readiness potential before a bungee jump

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Potato blight’s chemical attack mechanism explained

“Science” study opens door to selective, biological herbicides and methods of crop protection

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Tiny globetrotters – bacteria which live in the Arctic and the Antarctic

Geoscientists compare micro-organisms in the polar regions

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