Intensive livestock production overwhelms agroecosystems. Sustainable solutions for animal food production are needed. Researchers recommend less production with better quality
A research team from Innsbruck has achieved a two-dimensional suprasolid in a quantum gas for the first time. This also yields insights for other physics systems and practical applications.
A European research consortium aims to overcome barriers to recycling textiles to enable a truly sustainable circular economy for fashion
Scientists at Joanneum Research in Austria and Osaka University in Japan have developed an electronic sensor patch for health parameters that is so wafer-thin you can barely feel it.
Two sugar-binding proteins prevent SARS-CoV-2 variants from penetrating cells.
The hygrometric method for measuring moisture in building materials that was developed at the Vienna Technical University is both material-friendly and reliable.
Plastic recycling is still in its infancy - only a small part of the waste is recyclable. Natural enzymes could get the circular economy going.
International researchers have found a way to use finely ground rock to remove CO2 from the atmosphere and thus reduce global warming to below 1.5°C.
The construction industry in Austria wants to contribute to a climate-friendly future with the eco-concrete developed by the Graz University of Technology.
Scientists at St. Pölten University of Applied Sciences in Austria have developed a way to make sensor data visible on a smartphone using augmented reality as part of the "Dataskop" research project
The Austrian energy company RAG has developed a method of producing natural gas naturally to store renewable energy.
Lubricating with water sounds like a contradiction. But not for Reintrieb: The start-up has developed an oil-free lubrication system for gearboxes.
For a more sustainable economy and to combat pollution researchers at TU Graz are developing bio-based, green alternatives to fossil raw materials.
An international team of scientists is working on the development of polymer foams made of cellulose, which are manufactured without plastic, as part of the EU "BreadCell" project.
Computer scientists at TU Graz have developed a camera-based AI image recognition system for a shoe designed to warn blind and visually impaired people of obstacles thanks to ultrasonic sensors.
Researchers in Vienna discussed the question of whether artificial intelligence will revolutionize medicine. They see stumbling blocks in the fears of patients and in still unresolved legal issues.
Researchers from Austria and Sweden have developed a new method of treating malignant brain tumors that is expected to deliver better results and less severe side effects.
Researchers at the Vienna University of Technology and Utrecht University have succeeded in penetrating opaque material with special light waves as if the material didn't even exist.
Four major motorcycle manufacturers are planning to jointly develop an electric battery. This should accelerate the popularity of electric motorcycles and scooters.
Manual tasks require practice and sensitivity, qualities that robots still lack. Now, for the first time, researchers have been able to automate the processing of flexible materials.