Teaser: The researchers Hemal Naik, Akanksha Rathore, and Vivek Hari Sridhar went to Rajasthan, India, to study the mating behaviour of blackbucks from a bird's eye perspective. Read what they encountered during six adventurous weeks in the field.
With a new marker less method it is now possible to track the gaze and fine-scaled behaviours of every individual bird and how that animal moves in the space with others. A research team from the Cluster of Excellence Centre for the Advanced Study of Collective Behaviour (CASCB) at the University of Konstanz developed a dataset to advance behavioural research.
The European Molecular Biology Organization (EMBO) has elected molecular biologist Elke Deuerling from the University of Konstanz as a member. EMBO membership is awarded to researchers who have made outstanding contributions to the life sciences.
The European Commission will continue funding the European University for Well-Being (EUniWell) within the framework of ERASMUS+. The University of Konstanz’s current project partner in the European Universities Initiative, the European Reform University Alliance (ERUA), also received a funding extension.
Astonishing results published from individual projects of the Tara Pacific expedition studying coral reefs – the entire dataset is made publicly available – coordinator is a biologist from the University of Konstanz