University of Würzburg

University of Würzburg
Sanderring 2, 97070 Würzburg, Germany
University of Würzburg  
Academic Rankings - Sep 12
Academic Rankings
The University of Würzburg features among the leading universities worldwide and in Germany according to the latest Shanghai Ranking and the Times Higher Education World University Ranking. On 11 September 2019, the prestigious Times Higher Education World University Ranking (THE) released its latest results.
Business - Sep 2

To date, it is nothing but the wishful thinking of many plastics recyclers: that recyclability is taken into account right from the very beginning of a product's life cycle, at the product design stage.

Life Sciences - Aug 27
Life Sciences

08/27/2019 - More than 90 percent of all bee species are not organized in colonies, but fight their way through life alone.

Environment - Aug 8

A Würzburg research group has documented numerous large mammals on Kilimanjaro with video traps. The protected areas of the mountain are enormously important for the biodiversity of this animal group.

Life Sciences - Jul 19
Life Sciences

07/19/2019 - Würzburg Scientists found that megakaryocytes act as "bouncers" and thus modulate bone marrow niche properties and cell migration dynamics.

Life Sciences - Jul 10
Life Sciences

Würzburg Scientists have precisely followed the activity of thousands of genes in individual cells for hours.

Physics - Aug 29

08/29/2019 - The universities of Würzburg and Dresden have officially celebrated their success in the Excellence Strategy.

Environment - Aug 26

08/26/2019 - Plants face a dilemma in dry conditions: they have to seal themselves off to prevent losing too much water but this also limits their uptake of carbon dioxide.

Life Sciences - Jul 25
Life Sciences

07/25/2019 - Stories of mass poisoning incidents of livestock due to toxic grasses made headlines especially overseas.

Environment - Jul 18

07/18/2019 - Plants rely on bees for pollination; bees need plants to supply nectar and pollen. Scientists from the University of Würzburg have studied how climate change affects these mutualistic interactions.

Electroengineering - Jul 8

Venus flytraps are capable of detecting the movements of even the smallest insects. This mechanism protects the plant against starving from hyperactivity as a new study conducted by scientists from Würzburg and Cambridge reveals.

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