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Two researchers with laptop in hand
Two researchers with laptop in hand

The e-prop learning method developed at Graz University of Technology forms the basis for drastically more energy-efficient hardware implementations…

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Picture shows Noelia Barrabés

The chemist Noelia Barrabés from the TU Wien was awarded an Elise-Richter scholarship. She is conducting research in catalysis with ultra-small gold…

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Picture shows Noelia Barrabés
heap of compost run over by a machine
heap of compost run over by a machine

The new machine is intended to facilitate industrial composting and makes autonomous driving acceptable for chain-driven machines as well.

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For a long time, something important has been regularly neglected in electronics: If you want to make electronic components smaller and smaller, you…

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Two TU Graz researchers in front of a computer screen
Two TU Graz researchers in front of a computer screen

New findings by researchers led by TU Graz computer scientists Wolfgang Maass and Robert Legenstein on neural information processing in the brain…

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Blond woman with glasses leans over technical equipment

The researcher receives the science prize worth up to 1.2 million euros for her work on a new measurement technology that enables UV-light-induced…

Christoph Pelzl

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Blond woman with glasses leans over technical equipment
TU Graz researcher with small test bench and gearbox
TU Graz researcher with small test bench and gearbox

Philipp Eisele, doctoral student at Graz University of Technology, has developed a compact gearbox with intelligent sensor technology that achieves…

Christoph Pelzl

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Michael Kerber on a desk in the library. His team is standing next to him.

Michael Kerber from the Institute of Geometry at TU Graz uses topological methods – a branch of mathematics and geometry – to extract the secrets of…

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Michael Kerber on a desk in the library. His team is standing next to him.
Anita Emmerstorfer-Augustin works in her laboratory with PhD student Lukas Bernauer.
Anita Emmerstorfer-Augustin works in her laboratory with PhD student Lukas Bernauer.

Aged 18, Anita Emmerstorfer-Augustin had to say goodbye to her original career aspiration – and then found her vocation in biotechnology.

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Visualization of a machine

A technology developed at Graz University of Technology uses LED instead of laser sources for the additive manufacturing of metal parts and optimizes…

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Visualization of a machine
Two men and a woman with laboratory equipment
Two men and a woman with laboratory equipment

Researchers from Graz, Austria, are developing a ground-breaking method that uses biomarkers to detect sepsis 2 to 3 days before the first clinical…

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Satellite images from the BRITE mission with the participation of researchers from TU Graz and the Universities of Innsbruck and Vienna document for…

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Researcher with laptop and researcher with pollen sensor
Researcher with laptop and researcher with pollen sensor

Researchers at Graz University of Technology have successfully tested a cost-effective and fully automated pollen sensor prototype and are now making…

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Map of Austria with luminous points

There is an enormous amount of scientific potential in anonymized mobile phone data – as Invenium co-founder Michael Cik recognised as early as 2013.…

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Map of Austria with luminous points

Protective equipment for clinical personnel is in short supply these days. TU Graz manufactures 10,000 urgently needed protective face shields for…

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Geometric shapes on a coordinate axis

Statistics can use data to identify patterns and derive concrete recommendations for action. How important this is, is shown by the analyses of the…

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Geometric shapes on a coordinate axis
Heidrun Gruber-Wölfler, Michael Leitner and Manuel Maier are standing infront of the building Infeldgasse 11.
Heidrun Gruber-Wölfler, Michael Leitner and Manuel Maier are standing infront of the building Infeldgasse 11.

Doctoral student Manuel Maier from TU Graz’s Institute of Process and Particle Technology received the Anton Paar Research Award for a measuring…

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Three researchers with laptop

Security researchers at Graz University of Technology together with an international team have once again uncovered a serious security hole in…

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Three researchers with laptop
TU Graz-professor with students in front of a flipchart
TU Graz-professor with students in front of a flipchart

The Federal Ministry for Digital and Economic Affairs is supporting the interdisciplinary FFG programme to the amount of some 900,000 euros. Partners…

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A high level of ordering activity creates a hustle and bustle on the transport routes. Logistics researchers at Graz University of Technology want to…

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4 persons cross their hands
4 persons cross their hands

TU Graz and Silicon Austria Labs (SAL) launch the first SAL research labs at an Austrian university and lay the foundation for groundbreaking digital…

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four men and the modell of OPS SAT

The ESA OPS-SAT CubeSat, the world’s first flying laboratory, will test new technologies for operational space applications. OPS-SAT was launched…

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four men and the modell of OPS SAT
Gabriele Berg. Sie wears brown hair and glasses. Her shirt is yellow.
Gabriele Berg. Sie wears brown hair and glasses. Her shirt is yellow.

"In the beginning we were surprised about the sheer diversity of all the things we found!" Gabriele Berg is still delighted today when she talks about…

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Intensity distribution of an electric wave field that applies a well-defined torque onto the quadratic target.

Atoms, molecules or even living cells can be manipulated with light beams. At TU Wien a method was developed to revolutionize such "optical tweezers".

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Intensity distribution of an electric wave field that applies a well-defined torque onto the quadratic target.
middle-aged man in front of biotechnology building of TU Graz
middle-aged man in front of biotechnology building of TU Graz

He draws energy from a "joyful occupation" with enzymes. TU Graz biotechnologist Bernd Nidetzky talks about catalysts as a vocation and the window of…

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Researcher with syringe and flask

The new method developed at TU Graz and the University of Vienna is leading to a better understanding of natural protein modifications and improved…

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Researcher with syringe and flask
A man in a white labcoat and a white hat is working on a satellite.
A man in a white labcoat and a white hat is working on a satellite.

Did you know that the first Austrian satellite to go into space was built in TU Graz’s labs? TUGSAT-1 has been observing stars for more than six years…

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A room with a white device. Three man are sitting at a desk in the background. There is a screen with several colourful forms.

In chemical analysis, when electron microscopes reach their limits, the field emission microprobe steps in. With this equipment, taking analysis down…

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A room with a white device. Three man are sitting at a desk in the background. There is a screen with several colourful forms.

Two new CD labs of TU Graz are working on producing proteins and high-quality plastics efficiently and cost-effectively.

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A man with computer in front of an oversized plexiglass tube with water

New simulation technology developed by TU Graz is designed to make the production of biopharmaceuticals more efficient, cost-effective and…

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A man with computer in front of an oversized plexiglass tube with water