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The genomic history of southeastern Europe

To understand the genomic history of southeastern Europe a team of researchers, one of them Ron Pinhasi from the University of Vienna, analysed genome-wide ancient DNA data.

22.02.2018 | [more]

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Two-Way Communication with a Single Quantum Particle

A team of reserach from ÖAW and the University of Vienna quantify the discrepancy between classical and quantum scenarios by the probability of winning a game played by distant players.

22.02.2018 | [more]

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Bolstering Europe’s innovation ecosystems

What role do universities play in European innovation as knowledge generators, educators, business partners, and actors in civil society? Read the Guild's latest policy paper on innovation.

22.02.2018 | [more]

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Inside a landslide

Marie Curie fellow Katalin Gillemot applies granular physics knowledge and coding skills to enhance prediction models. She aims to model phenomena that are hardly accessible by field measurements in a landslide.

20.02.2018 | [more]

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Fingerprints of quantum entanglement

Quantum entanglement is a key feature of a quantum computer. Yet, how can we verify that a quantum computer indeed incorporates a large-scale entanglement? Borivoje Dakić is looking for answers.

15.02.2018 | [more]

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Austrian Open Access Agreement with Publisher Wiley

The Austrian Science Fund (FWF) and Cooperation E-Media Austria (KEMÖ) have signed a three-year contract with John Wiley and Sons that combines the use of content and the publication of open-access articles.

12.02.2018 | [more]

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Vice Rector Jean-Robert Tyran welcomes Chinese delegation

A delegation from the Chinese Academy of Sciences recently visited the University of Vienna. The Vice Rector for International Affairs and Research, Jean-Robert Tyran, welcomed the guests.

11.02.2018 | [more]

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