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In order to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, automotive manufacturers are increasingly turning to aluminum, which is three times lighter than…

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Electricity pylon on green meadow

Insulator strings connect the live conductor to overhead-line towers. Researchers at TU Graz simulated for the first time when and under what…

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Electricity pylon on green meadow
Original photos and comparison of algorithm-based calculations
Original photos and comparison of algorithm-based calculations

Using the visual cortex as a model in the human brain, the research group led by ERC-award-winner Thomas Pock has developed new mathematical models…

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Detail of a car wheel

"We have a problem and nobody knows how big it is," says TU Graz researcher Peter Fischer. But one thing is certain: brakes cause more particulate…

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Detail of a car wheel
Beiger Hintergrund durchzogen von braunen Linien mit der orangen Aufschrift „Wood. Rethinking Material“ GAM.17 Architecture Magazine.
Beiger Hintergrund durchzogen von braunen Linien mit der orangen Aufschrift „Wood. Rethinking Material“ GAM.17 Architecture Magazine.

The current issue of the Graz Architecture Magazine (GAM) takes a fresh look at the architectural complexity of wood and explores the material's…

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Bearded man with ice block in the laboratory

Researchers from TU Graz in Austria and the Universities of Cambridge and Surrey succeeded to track down the first step in ice formation at a surface,…

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Bearded man with ice block in the laboratory
laboratory samples
laboratory samples

In pharmaceutical research, small tissue spheres are used as mini-organ models for reproducible tests. TU Wien has found a way to develop a reliable…

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atomic structure. in the background: low temperature devices

A research team from TU Wien together with US research institutes came across a surprising form of "quantum criticality". This could lead to a design…

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atomic structure. in the background: low temperature devices
Photo of Leila Taghizadeh
Photo of Leila Taghizadeh

Mathematician Leila Taghizadeh is researching new methods to describe nano-components. She has now been awarded the TU Wien Hannspeter Winter Preis.

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digital version of a single celled organism

How do simple creatures manage to move to a specific place? Artificial intelligence and a physical model from TU Wien can now explain this.

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digital version of a single celled organism