A study of microbes on some of Leonardo da Vinci's drawings should lead to a systematic mapping out of these enemies of centuries-old paper.
Austrian researchers have shown in a study that natural UV radiation in winter is too weak to destroy SARS-CoV-2 viruses in aerosols and on surfaces.
In the wake of the current corona pandemic, Austrian scientists are gaining new insights into a specific gene that plays a key role in the body's own defense system.
In an international study, scientists have shown that allergic reactions can provide protection against infections with Staphylococcus aureus, one of the most feared hospital germs.
A new pyrolysis process makes it possible to produce hydrogen and carbon from natural gas. Carbon is a by-product of the process. This makes the hydrogen that is produced emission-free.
An international team led by Dr. Cornelia Klein from the Institute for Atmospheric and Cryospheric Sciences at the University of Innsbruck has developed an early warning system for megastorms.
Current research at the Technical University of Graz refutes earlier theories on long-range charge transfer between organic and inorganic materials.
Vertical farming could solve several problems at the same time. Above all, it would bring vegetable production to urban centers, where the majority of the […]
Architecture has (re)discovered wood as a building material for urban spaces. In recent months, the two tallest wooden buildings in the world were built in […]
The Technical University of Graz (TU Graz, Austria) has designed a new type of 3D metal printer that utilizes LED light instead of a laser. […]
Johannes Berger was 14 when he first came into contact with programming at school. At the time he bought a book to learn more about […]
“I would like us to reach the projected revenues. But that will be difficult because the foodservice industry is severely affected by the lockdown,” states […]
According to statistics, every year 8% of all deaths in Austria are caused by blood poisoning. Early detection would increase the chance of survival for […]
The Corona crisis is slowing down the economy and governments want to return to normality as quickly as possible. It is still unclear how this […]
It’s a problem that many young people are familiar with. What’s the easiest way to get to events or festivals if they are held in […]
As early as 2013 it was clear to Christian Flechl: e-mobility is the future. But what bothered him though, were the inconvenient charging systems. At […]
Katharina Unger is active in the alternative protein market with her start-up company Livin Farms. It is precisely the protein derived from mealworms that she’s […]
Hannah Wundsam and Cornelia Sochor were in a master’s program at the University of Economics, Vienna (Wirtschaftsuniversität Wien) when they noticed that a lot of […]
In our weekly ‘follow-up’ column we feature a sequel to the best-read article of the past week. This week: An Austrian start-up discovers an already […]
Finally a breakthrough after a little over 40 years in research into alpha-A crystallin – a protective protein in the eye lens. Researchers at the […]