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Startup ToxPHACTS

ToxPHACTS combines highly innovative chemical similarity searching with the power of semantically integrated life science data. This brings toxicological read across to the desktop of every toxicologist.

21.11.2017 | [more]

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Nano-watch has steady hands

An international team from the Universities of Vienna, Duisburg-Essen and Tel Aviv have created a nanomechanical hand to show the time of an electronic clock, by spinning a tiny cylinder using light.

21.11.2017 | [more]

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Veni Vidi Vici

Multidrug resistance of microbes poses a serious global threat to human health. Pavel Kovarik and his team now report new insights into how immune cells communicate at the site of infection.

16.11.2017 | [more]

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Highly Cited Researchers

The highly cited researchers 2017 were awarded: the University of Vienna congratulates physicists Markus Aspelmeyer, Georg Kresse, Jannik C. Meyer, mathematician Adrian Constantin and microbiologist Michal Wagner.

16.11.2017 | [more]

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The key to a nut

Cognitive biologists from the University of Vienna and the University of Veterinary Medicine Vienna discovered: Cockatoos match objects into corresponding frames in a tool-use task.

09.11.2017 | [more]

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Health treatment through chemical synthesis

Introducing molecular complexity through the shortest possible route – this is the daily business of Vittorio Pace. In an interview with uni:view, he explains what this means exactly and what his latest achievements are.

02.11.2017 | [more]

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Household with mother(-in-law) means fewer kids

Martin Fieder and colleagues, evolutionary anthropologists from the University of Vienna, report that women who live with their mother or mother in law in the same household have, on average, fewer children.

25.10.2017 | [more]

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