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Austrian R&D inside

Scientists, researchers, research promoters and politicans are part of our vivid community. Within this special you can read about their success stories, initiatives and aims for the future.

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15.01.2019

Herbal antioxidants are becoming increasingly important

The human organism is constantly exposed to so-called free radicals, which are a burden on the body. If they get out of hand, the result is ...
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11.01.2019

How do you make proteins?

NAWI Graz graduate Gustav Oberdorfer produces artificial proteins and has received an ERC Starting Grant for his work.Green, pink and turquoise party ...
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Beate Steller works at the laboratory in Stremayrgasse in Graz. © Lunghammer – TU Graz
10.01.2019

Test tubes and crochet needles

Professionally speaking, chemist Beate Steller can look back on a successful year: she received several awards. At home, the 26-year-old prefers a quiet life and sees herself as ...
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Interdisciplinary team of scientists develops a new numerical technique to describe molecules in solvents © IST Austria
21.12.2018

Description of rotating molecules made easy

Feynman diagrams are a powerful tool in condensed matter physics. By turning highly complex equations into sets of simple diagrams, the method has ...
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20.12.2018

Rumbling ground

Geologists from the University of Innsbruck used earthquake waves to investigate movements within the eastern Alpine crust. Numerous small, but also large, ...
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19.12.2018

OECD report praises achievements of IST Austria

In the nine years since its campus opened in Klosterneuburg, the Institute of Science and Technology (IST Austria) ...
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Robert Legenstein (left) and Wolfgang Maass (right) © Lunghammer/TU Graz
19.12.2018

Our brain - the most exciting computer of all time

The human brain has computing elements similar to the biggest supercomputers, but needs only a fraction of their energy. And it is constantly learning. ...
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Researchers were able to investigate the behavior of the monkeys with an unprecedented degree of precision © Vedrana Šlipogor
19.12.2018

Marmoset monkeys expect the melody's closing tone

In speech and music, words and notes depend on each other. Humans are highly sensitive to such dependencies, but the evolutionary origins of this capacity ...
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19.12.2018

Austrian-Czech project provides open access to research infrastructure

Initiated in 2016, the project RIAT-CZ creates synergies between research infrastructures in the border region between Austria and the Czech ...
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Helmut Eichlseder develops propulsion systems at TU Graz © Foto Furgler
18.12.2018

The whole spectrum: types of propulsion, motivation and people

In the beginning was his enthusiasm for motorbikes. Today Helmut Eichlseder drives engine development forward at TU Graz - and here he talks ...
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