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Student of Agricultural Sciences working for a research project with drones in the field. (Photo: U. Benz/ TUM)

Science you can touch: The TUM School of Life Sciences presents current research projects at the Central Agricultural Festival

Coinciding with the opening ceremony of the Oktoberfest in Munich, the Bavarian Central Agricultural Festival (ZLF) will also be opening on September 17, 2016 on the Theresienwiese. The Technical University of Munich (TUM) will...[more]

Solar-powered measuring system on the green space at Bordeaux Platz in Munich. (Photo: M. Rahman/ TUM)

Trees Transpire for a Cool City: Small-Leaved Limes Can Cool Urban Squares Like Air Conditioning Units

Small-leaved limes do not transpire to the same extent in all environments as a study by Mohammad Rahman from the Technical University of Munich (TUM) concludes. During the summer heat, transpiration – the loss of water from the...[more]

First of all, a small proportion of the total area of the study area was examined and searched for eggs for the butterfly larvae on the common bird’s-foot trefoil. (Photo: M. Bauer / TUM).

Drones for butterfly conservation: Study on predicting suitable habitats for butterfly larvae

High-resolution aerial Photographs provides information that is both up-to-date and tailored for the task at hand—information that could previously only be obtained by observations in the field and only for a limited spatial...[more]

At the same time as the invasion of the killer shrimp began in the early 1990s, the populations of many native invertebrates in the large waterways of Central Europe started to decline. (Photo: J. Brandner/ TUM)

The killer shrimp is not as bad as its reputation: Study reveals role of killer shrimps in the disappearance of species in Central European rivers

Researchers at the Technical University of Munich (TUM) have discovered that the amphipod crustacean, which is native to the Ponto-Caspian region, is not a true predator and only plays an indirect role in the massive species...[more]

Grasslands full of flowers are not only beautiful they also provide many important services for humans. (Photo: Fotolia/ J. Fälchle)

Flowering Meadows benefit Humankind: Greater biodiversity in grasslands leads to higher levels of ecosystem services

The more it swarms, crawls and flies the better it is for humans. This is the finding of a study published in "Nature". More than 60 researchers from a number of universities were involved, including the Technical University of...[more]

The picture shows the 76 different species included in the miBC collection, including 15 hitherto unknown taxa. (Source: Nature Microbiology)

Study establishes the first public collection of bacteria from the intestine of mice: Mouse gut bacteria find a new home

Mouse models are extensively used in pharmaceutical and medical research, and it is known that the communities of microbes in their intestine can have a significant impact on the research output. However, there is still...[more]

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