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A robot heart

Robot-supported health

For the semesterfrage Glenda Hannibal, junior assistant at the department of sociology, gives some examples of how robots are currently developed and used to improve the health of people.

20.06.2017 | [more]

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Michael Wagner

Michael Wagner elected as EMBO Member

Michael Wagner, Head of the Department of Microbial Ecology, is one among the 65 researchers from across the world to be honoured with election to the European Molecular Biology Organisation (EMBO).

19.06.2017 | [more]

PRESS RELEASES

Graphene encapsulation provides unprecedented view of the diffusion and rotation of fullerene molecules

Scientists at the University of Vienna have created a new hybrid structure, termed buckyball sandwich, by encapsulating a single layer of fullerene molecules between two graphene sheets.

14.06.2017 | [more]

UNI:VIEW
Scientist Manuela Baccarini

Listening to the signals

In an interview with uni:view Manuela Baccarini explains why cell signaling resembles a WhatsApp group and how we can prevent cell damage.

14.06.2017 | [more]

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Spilling our guts…revealing our long-held intestinal secrets to health

Buck Hanson is microbial ecologist. His work strives to uncover the metabolic interactions of the gut microbiota and establish connections between host and microbial wellbeing.

09.06.2017 | [more]

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Collage Erasmus-TeilnehmerInnen

30 years Erasmus: a success story

2017 Erasmus celebrates its 30th anniversary. On this occassion the University of Vienna asks former participants, why Erasmus is so successful.

07.06.2017 | [more]

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New era for pharmaceutical R&D?

The journey of a substance from its discovery to its market approval is a long one. Jana Gurinova, Master student of Pharmacy at the University of Vienna, gives an insight into pharmaceutical R&D.

29.05.2017 | [more]

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