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„Banabooms“ sollen aus Bananen hergestellt werden, die zu reif sind, um noch verkauft zu werden.
16.02.2019
Students of the University of Hohenheim have won a European competition against food waste with their alternative breakfast cereals called "Banaboom". 
Das neu entdeckte Molekül könnte langfristig etablierte Herbizide ersetzen.
11.02.2019
In cyanobacteria, researchers at the University of Tübingen have discovered a molecule that is harmless to humans and that has the potential to replace the controversial glyphosate.
Um herauszufinden, warum sich die Jagdspinne Cupiennius salei so gut an senkrechten Oberflächen halten kann, untersucht das interdisziplinäre Forschungsteam winzige Hafthaare auf den Spinnenbeinen.
08.02.2019
Using modern X-ray technology, researchers have determined the adhesive structure of spider legs. The parallel fiber structure could serve as a model for new materials.
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Biogas from mushrooms

Thomas Helle, Managing Director of Tübingen-based Novis GmbH, is developing a biogas plant using mushroom compost as part of...
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The concrete mixer

Civil engineer Wolfram Schmidt aims to make concrete a more sustainable building material. Together with African partners, he...

Interview

Utilizing jellyfish

Scientific assistant at the GEOMAR Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research, Kiel, and coordinator of the EU project...
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