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Newly-discovered protein operated in earliest organisms

Researchers discover receptor protein SbtB regulating CO2 levels in cyanobacteria

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A European origin for leprosy?

The largest study to date on ancient leprosy DNA reveals previously unknown diversity of strains in Medieval Europe

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Cuneiform tablets from Bassetki reveal location of ancient royal city of Mardaman

Assyrian clay tablets from the 2nd millennium BC link excavation site to important commercial city

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Timing is crucial from the brain to the spinal cord

Neuroscientists from the University of Tübingen use transcranial magnetic stimulation to investigate the interaction of nerve cells in the brain and spinal cord

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2018 Leopold Lucas Prize for Guy and Sarah Stroumsa

Tübingen’s Protestant Theology honors religious philosophers ‒ Junior Lucas Price goes to theologian and physicist Jan Schole

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Offering the best possible support to young teachers

Studies conducted by the Universities of Tübingen and Freiburg examine the professional development of trainee teachers

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Heisenberg uncertainty frustration - Quantum systems torn between liquid and solid states

Tübingen and Konstanz researchers discover a quantum mechanism unparalleled in classical physics

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