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PhysOrg
Scientists unveil fundamental properties of spin Seebeck effecteffects. Previous work of the physicists at Mainz University in collaboration w
Scientists unveil fundamental properties of spin Seebeck effect
PhysOrg / Posted 3 hours ago
effects. Previous work of the physicists at Mainz University in collaboration with colleagues from the University of Konstanz and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) has shown that the creation of a thermal non-equilibrium leads... Read more
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Swissinfo
Europe offers models for Northern Ireland borderdestination, Büsingen (pop 1,450) is an historical and geographical oddity. Whi
Europe offers models for Northern Ireland border
Swissinfo / Posted 2 days ago
destination, Büsingen (pop 1,450) is an historical and geographical oddity. While it belongs to the German district of Konstanz, it is separated from Germany by a narrow strip of land and surrounded on all sides by Swiss cantons. It belongs to... Read more
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PhysOrg
Researchers develop new flame retardantsexposed it to varying concentrations of the flame retardant. Stefan Schildknech
Researchers develop new flame retardants
PhysOrg / Posted 10 days ago
exposed it to varying concentrations of the flame retardant. Stefan Schildknecht and his colleagues at the University of Konstanz were responsible for the neurological investigations. He examined the direct impact of the substance on neural... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
Researchers develop new detection systems for genotyping DNA and RNA with naked eyemodified nucleotides. This is used in biotechnology for adding markers. A team
Researchers develop new detection systems for genotyping DNA and RNA with naked eye
News-Medical-Net / Posted 14 days ago
modified nucleotides. This is used in biotechnology for adding markers. A team led by Andreas Marx at the University of Konstanz have now demonstrated that highly selective DNA polymerases also incorporate nucleotides that have been attached to... Read more
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PhysOrg
Replication of enzyme-nucleotide chimerasmodified nucleotides. This is used in biotechnology for adding markers. A team
Replication of enzyme-nucleotide chimeras
PhysOrg / Posted 15 days ago
modified nucleotides. This is used in biotechnology for adding markers. A team led by Andreas Marx at the University of Konstanz have now demonstrated that highly selective DNA polymerases also incorporate nucleotides that have been attached to... Read more
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KECI Missoula
July 8von Zeppelin, the inventor and aviation pioneer who built the first rigid dirig
July 8
KECI Missoula / Posted 20 days ago
von Zeppelin, the inventor and aviation pioneer who built the first rigid dirigible airships, named Zeppelins, is born in Konstanz, Grand Duchy of Baden (now part of Germany). 1831: John Pemberton, the pharmacist who invented Coca-Cola in 1886,... Read more
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PhysOrg
Evolutionary split up without geographic barriersof sympatric speciation are known worldwide, and even these are not without con
Evolutionary split up without geographic barriers
PhysOrg / Posted 23 days ago
of sympatric speciation are known worldwide, and even these are not without controversy. Evolutionary biologists in Konstanz now have completed the most extensive study of sympatric speciation so far. They used around 20,000 characteristics... Read more
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Raw Story
Humans now drive evolution on Earth, both creating and destroying speciesand invasive species have become a major concern on all continents. Mark van Kl
Humans now drive evolution on Earth, both creating and destroying species
Raw Story / Posted 24 days ago
and invasive species have become a major concern on all continents. Mark van Kleunen and colleagues at the University of Konstanz suggest that 4% of plant species have been relocated around the globe, equivalent to all the native plant species in... Read more
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PhysOrg
Scamming Nemo: How cleaning fish are the 'con-men' of the coral reefof its body across the sweetlip's skin. No audio. Freely available with attribu
Scamming Nemo: How cleaning fish are the 'con-men' of the coral reef
PhysOrg / Posted 24 days ago
of its body across the sweetlip's skin. No audio. Freely available with attribution to Simon Gingins, University of Konstanz. Credit: Simon Gingins The team also tested the cheating behaviours of cleaners when under stress. "Female wrasse... Read more
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PhysOrg
Newly created 'sandwich rings' could lead to better computerspharmaceuticals, and fuel additives. Now, a team of researchers from Imperial
Newly created 'sandwich rings' could lead to better computers
PhysOrg / Posted 30 days ago
pharmaceuticals, and fuel additives. Now, a team of researchers from Imperial College London and the Universität Konstanz in Germany have created a series of rings containing ferrocene molecules directly linked together for the first time... Read more

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