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14.04.2016
Professor Thomas Becker testing the properties of a fresh brew in the TUM research brewery. (Photo: TUM/ A. Heddergott)

"Does beer even have to be liquid?": Interview with Professor Thomas Becker

Professor Thomas Becker of the Chair of Brewing and Beverage Technology at Technical University of Munich (TUM) on the discussion surrounding the Reinheitsgebot – the German beer purity law –, the latest research projects and the...[more]

22.03.2016

Neurobiology: The neural basis of vocal learning

In terms of vocal learning humans and bats have much in common. In a new international project, neurobiologists Uwe Firzlaff from the Technical University of Munich (TUM) and Lutz Wiegrebe from the Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität...[more]

21.03.2016
[Translate to english:] Die Acker-Witwenblume (Knautia arvensis) zeigt ausgeprägte genetische Unterschiede zwischen Nord- und Süddeutschland und zusätzlich noch regionale Anpassung. (Foto: Walter Durka)

Regional seed material performs better

Colorful and extensively used meadows and pastures provide valuable habitats for many plant and animal species. However, they have become very rare. In order to re-establish such grasslands, the plants they contain must be sown....[more]

17.03.2016

Nature conservation areas no haven for butterflies

What do the brimstone, meadow brown and small heath butterfly species have in common? All of them are rather habitat specialists, with no specific ecological demands, they tend to have modest requirements when it comes to...[more]

15.03.2016
“The results showed that both oocytes and sperm passed on epigenetic information, which particularly in the female offspring led to severe obesity,” said Prof. Johannes Beckers. (Photo: Fotolia/ cervis)

Obesity and diabetes can be epigenetically inherited

Diet-induced obesity and diabetes can be epigenetically inherited by the offspring via both oocytes and sperm. Scientists from Technical University of Munich in collaboration with researchers at Helmholtz Zentrum München and the...[more]

10.03.2016
Dr. Dagmar Krüger of the Department of Human Biology at TU Munich has examined more than 2200 specimens from around 450 patients with bowel disease. (Foto: Astrid Eckert / TUM)

The gut: performing into old age

A breakthrough in basic research and the first comprehensive study on the secretory activity of the human intestine: over a period of eight years, Dr. Dagmar Krüger of the Department of Human Biology at TU Munich has examined...[more]

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