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Already babies get what is right or wrong

UR study shows infants' understanding of social norms ... more


Neurons Can Feel the Pulse in the Brain

UR Researchers at the Faculty for Biology and Preclinical Medicine publish study in Science... more


“Invasive ants evade our attacks”

Invasive ants selectively abandon toxic baits, evading the most effective way we have of controlling them... more


Looking at the Sides of Molecules

Lateral force microscopy reveals previously unseen hydrogen atoms.... more


A novel microscope operates on the quantum state of single electrons

UR researchers publish study in the renowned journal Nature... more


Why Does It Get Hot When You Rub Things Together?

Unraveling the Mystery of Dynamic Friction at the Atomic Level... more


Unpacking the smart way

How Incoming adenoviruses change their chromatin structure for efficient gene expression... more


Ants can predict queues and avoid them

Ants understand if a place is easily crowded just by looking at it - they use this knowledge to avoid overcrowded food sources in advance, without actually seeing the overcrowding.... more


UR Study Receives WERA Publication Award 2023

Bavarian oncology network honors the work of the "Quality of Life" Research Group at the Tumor Center Regensburg/ Center of Quality Management and Health Services Research at UR's Faculty of Medicine... more


Study increases precision of assessment of nerve damage in children

International research collaboration defines age-specific reference range for blood neurofilament light chain in pediatric health... more

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