Press Releases

Why the World Looks Stable While We Move

Tübingen Neuroscientists investigate the interaction of visual perception and head movements with functional magnetic resonance imaging


Clearer vision of what’s inside a tumor and what’s going on in there

University of Tübingen researchers combine powerful imaging and metabolic analysis techniques to record disease events in high resolution


Monkey Vocabulary

Tübingen neuroscientists identify the smallest units that make up the vocalisation of marmoset monkeys


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


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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