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In 2010 the three Austrian Universities of Technology, the Vienna University of Technology, the Graz University of Technology, and the Montanuniversitaet Leoben founded "TU Austria". This association, which focuses on the field of science and engineering, has more than 43,800 students, 5,200 graduates and 10,200 members of staff.

The TU Austria-Universities join forces and use synergy effects in order to accomplish more in research, teaching and higher-education policy and to be convincing as a strong partner in the industrial and economic sectors with their cumulative expertise.

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The 5-person team in a large research laboratory, all around a large vacuum system.
The 5-person team in a large research laboratory, all around a large vacuum system.

A human research team and a machine learning algorithm have found that we need to rethink much of what we know about iridium oxide.

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Similar to batteries, supercapacitors are suitable for the repeated storage of electrical energy. TU Graz researchers have presented a particularly…

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Glass flask with deep green liquid
Glass flask with deep green liquid

Researchers from TU Graz and Ruhr University Bochum show in the journal ACS Catalysis how the catalytic activity of cyanobacteria, also known as…

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Researchers at TU Graz have found a way to convert the aromatic substance vanillin into a redox-active electrolyte material for liquid batteries. The…

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TU Graz researcher stands behind computer screen
TU Graz researcher stands behind computer screen

With the research project "3D-Nanoprinting", Harald Plank from the Institute of Electron Microscopy and Nanoanalysis at TU Graz won the Houska Prize…

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If the spins of phosphorus atoms in silicon are cleverly excited with microwave pulses, a so-called spin echo signal can be detected after a certain time. Surprisingly, this spin echo does not occur only once, but a whole series of echoes can be detected.

A research team from Garching and Vienna discovered a remarkable echo effect - it offers exciting new possibilities for working with quantum…

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If the spins of phosphorus atoms in silicon are cleverly excited with microwave pulses, a so-called spin echo signal can be detected after a certain time. Surprisingly, this spin echo does not occur only once, but a whole series of echoes can be detected.
Man with chip
Man with chip

Electrochemical reactions, which will play an important role in the future of energy supply, can now be explained in detail, thanks to measurements…

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Tiny anatomical differences can dramatically change a neuron's signalling behavior

Tiny differences between individual nerve cells can dramatically change their signaling behavior, a study by TU Wien (Vienna) and Harvard Medical…

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Tiny anatomical differences can dramatically change a neuron's signalling behavior
Group photo of the handover of the 3D printer in the Peter Tunner building with, from the left, Rector Wilfried Eichlseder, Assoz.Prof. Dr. Thomas Grießer, Lithoz-CEO Dr. Johannes Homa, Univ.-Prof. Dr. Raul Bermejo Moratinos.
Group photo of the handover of the 3D printer in the Peter Tunner building with, from the left, Rector Wilfried Eichlseder, Assoz.Prof. Dr. Thomas Grießer, Lithoz-CEO Dr. Johannes Homa, Univ.-Prof. Dr. Raul Bermejo Moratinos.

Montanuniversität Leoben is the first university in Austria to have a 3D printer capable of processing hybrid materials. The CeraFab 7500, produced by…

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Lukas Weymann standing in the lab at TU Wien

In a very unusual way, the electrical and magnetic properties of a particular crystal are linked together - the phenomenon was discovered and…

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Lukas Weymann standing in the lab at TU Wien

The Innovation-Marathon

Real tasks set by Austrian companies, multidisciplinary student teams and only 24 hours to develop innovative solution concepts. Students demonstrate their skills in terms of innovative strengths, expertise and creativity at the TU Austria’s Innovation Marathon.