Julius-Maximilians-Universität Würzburg

Earth & Life
8. Juli 2019, 17:00
Research results

No escape for mosquitoes

Physically bound to a specific location, plants have to devise special ways to secure their supply of vital nutrients. Most plants have developed...  [mehr]

Earth & Life
1. Juli 2019, 10:46
Research results

Scientists alarmed by bark beetle boom

"Bark beetles lay waste to forests" – "Climate change sends beetles into overdrive" – "Bark beetles: can the spruce be saved?": These...  [mehr]

Earth & Life
25. Juni 2019, 10:00
Research results

(Not only) the wind shows the way

The South African dung beetle Scarabaeus lamarcki has - to put it mildly - an interesting technique to ensure its offspring a good start in life....  [mehr]

Earth & Life
18. Juni 2019, 17:00
Research results, Scientific Publications

Cell Division at High Speed

In malignant tumours, the cells usually proliferate quickly and uncontrollably. A research team from the Biocenter of...  [mehr]

Earth & Life
17. Juni 2019, 15:54
Research projects, Cooperation agreements

Climate Change in West Africa

How can the impacts of climate change on agriculture in West Africa be measured and minimized? African and German research teams have examined...  [mehr]

Society & Culture
17. Juni 2019, 14:38
Miscellaneous scientific news/publications, Research results

Do Video Games Drive Obesity?

A chubby teen lolling on the sofa for hours on end, the game controller in one hand, a bag of crisps at his side and a bottle of coke on the...  [mehr]

Earth & Life
14. Juni 2019, 11:00
Research results, Scientific Publications

Exciting Plant Vacuoles

Many plant processes are not different from humans: Cells and tissues in grain plants, including maize also communicate through electrical...  [mehr]

Technics & Industry
31. Mai 2019, 11:48
Research projects

Flashes on the Moon

It happens several times a week. Sometimes it is only short flashes of light that appear on the surface of the moon. Other light phenomena on the...  [mehr]

Society & Culture
27. Mai 2019, 15:50
Research projects, Personnel announcements

Würzburg-led Research Team in Japan

It is the first time that a renowned research institute of Kyoto University (Japan) has given the lead of an interdisciplinary project to a...  [mehr]