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Bacteria stab amoebae with micro-daggers

Researchers from ETH Zurich and the University of Vienna have discovered a type of bacteria that uses tiny daggers to prevent itself from being eaten by amoebae.

18.08.2017 | [more]

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Massive particles test standard quantum theory

Particles can behave as waves and take many paths through an experiment. Researchers at the Universities of Vienna and Tel Aviv have addressed this question explicitly using the wave interference of large molecules.

14.08.2017 | [more]

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FAQs: German Language skills for admission to the University of Vienna

If you have questions regarding language requirements for admission to the University of Vienna, check out our "Frequently Asked Questions".

02.08.2017 | [more]

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Flowers 100 million years ago

Flowering plants arose only about 140 million years ago. A new study sheds new light on what the earliest flowers might have looked like.[more]

02.08.2017 | [more]

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Learn German in September

In September, the University of Vienna offers German intensive courses for 3 weeks. The summer course program is complemented by a wide range of optional excursions and leisure activities.

01.08.2017 | [more]

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Magnetic Quantum Objects in a "Nano Egg-Box"

Physicists around Wolfgang Lang at the University of Vienna and their colleagues at the Johannes-Kepler-University Linz have succeeded in producing a "quantum egg-box" with a novel and simple method.

21.07.2017 | [more]

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Lab for open innovation in science (LOIS)

LOIS enables scientists to learn about and experiment with principles and methods of Open Innovation in an one-year program starting in spring. Applicants submitting before July 31, 2017 pay a reduced fee.

21.07.2017 | [more]

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