Leipzig University (German: Universität Leipzig), in Leipzig in the Free State of Saxony, Germany, is one of the world’s oldest universities and the second-oldest university (by consecutive years of existence) in Germany
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- Centuries-long analysis suggests biodiversity is differentiating and homogenizing to a comparable extent
The tendency of communities and the species within them to become more similar or more distinct across landscapes—biotic homogenization and differentiation—are approximately balanced, according to a ...
- Raila visits second former college in Germany
After Herder Institute, Raila received a scholarship in 1965 that sent him to the Technical College of Magdeburg, which is now part of the Otto Von Guericke University Magdeburg following a merger.
- Converting rainforest to plantation impacts food webs and biodiversity, study finds
The conversion of rainforest into plantations erodes and restructures food webs and fundamentally changes the way these ecosystems function, according to a new study published in Nature. The findings ...
- Plump it like Beckham: The $587 ‘rich skin’ serum celebrities adore
German scientist Augustinus Bader is the new face of beauty with a range of products that increase the cost of looking good.
- How to improve your sense of direction
Some people can strike off on any journey with no guide except their 'pigeon senses'. How do they do it? And can this ability be learned?
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- Scientists Find Genetic Signature of Down Syndrome in Ancient Bones
Scientists have diagnosed Down syndrome from DNA in the ancient bones of seven infants, one as old as 5,500 years. Their method, published in the journal Nature Communications, may help researchers ...
- Great apes tease, play with each other in ways similar to humans, new study reveals
A new study revealed that great apes tease one another just like humans do, including hair pulling, poking, staring in faces and other behaviors.
- The menstrual cycle can reshape your brain
Since Woolley's groundbreaking discovery, scientists have learned ... To address the question, the scientists in Leipzig and Santa Barbara have now independently scanned the brains of more than ...
- Scientists’ discovery rewrites history of early humans in Europe
Sarah Pederzani from the University of La Laguna and the Max ... The researchers said their discovery also challenges the view that Neanderthals disappeared from northern Europe long before ...
- Bones found in 8-meter-deep pit may ‘fundamentally change’ history of humans in Europe
DNA recovered from bones discovered in 8-meter-deep cave dirt is shaking up what we know about some of the earliest modern humans.