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- Discovering new worlds with mathematics

- How hormones affect our eating habits

- Researchers teach machines to see

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Press Releases

15.12.2017

Potato blight’s chemical attack mechanism explained

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

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13.12.2017

Converting waste water from dairies to animal feed and aviation fuel

A University of Tübingen biotechnologist seeks to recycle waste with the ultimate aim of creating a sustainable cycle of materials

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13.12.2017

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

[Translate to Englisch:] Die Tübinger Geowissenschaftlerin Julia Kleinteich in der Antarktis.

Geoscientists compare micro-organisms in the polar regions

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04.12.2017

The Patterns of climate change

Automatic shelters used to alter either precipitation or temperature in Garraf National Park near Barcelona.

Biologists analyze data of long-term experiment to monitor and predict how plant species will respond to climate change

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