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Four people with white polo shirts
Four people with white polo shirts

The Austrian Science Fund FWF is funding the joint training of doctoral students from the two Styrian universities in the field of electronics-based…

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Several people in protective clothing with measuring devices, fire behind them.

TU Graz, the University of Leoben, the Austrian Fire Brigade Association and ILF Consulting Engineers have investigated the effects of e-vehicle fires…

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Several people in protective clothing with measuring devices, fire behind them.
Group photo showing the four researchers in the office: Denise Schaffer, Gabriel Alexander Vignolle, Leopold Zehetner, Christian Derntl
Group photo showing the four researchers in the office: Denise Schaffer, Gabriel Alexander Vignolle, Leopold Zehetner, Christian Derntl

Researchers at TU Wien propose a new method to interpret and mine the genomes of fungi. The goal: prediction of essential genes for the production of…

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Robotic arm in front of a TV, in the background person with EEG cap

For the first time ever, the intention of a continuous movement was able to be read out from non-invasive brain signals at TU Graz. This success…

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Robotic arm in front of a TV, in the background person with EEG cap
Marcus Huber in front of a board
Marcus Huber in front of a board

A research team at TU Wien developed a new quantum transmission protocol that allows a higher data transmission rate and is much more robust against…

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From semiconductors to moon rocks: Many materials are treated with ion beams. A research group at TU Wien has now been able to explain how this…

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Computer simulations show, how long small droplets can remain suspended in the air
Computer simulations show, how long small droplets can remain suspended in the air

Tiny droplets loaded with viruses disappear more slowly after exhalation than previous models suggested. Experiments and simulations by TU Wien…

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This years’s break out session of TU Austria was organized under the patronage of Montanuniversität Leoben and was concerned with the question if…

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The research team, consisting of four scientists. Representation in portraits.
The research team, consisting of four scientists. Representation in portraits.

How can single atoms be used for catalysis? Researchers from Vienna develop a new method to anchor single atoms to supports.

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Clean drinking water is essential. Scientists at TU Wien are investigating how water quality in riverine floodplains, often used as drinking water…

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Landscape showing a river with trees and bushes growing next to it.