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Master's programme Science-Technology-Society

Understanding the complex relations of science, technology and society is crucial in the world of today. The master’s programme Science-Technology-Society offers a unique opportunity to acquire expertise in this domain.

2014-04-23 | Read more

Middle European interdisciplinary master programme in Cognitive Science

The joint master's programme MEi:CogSci enables students to acquire fundamental concepts in cognitive science, as well as training in state-of-the-art methodological and research skills.

2014-04-23 | Read more

Master's programme Environmental Sciences

The master's programme and research network "Environmental Sciences" is a hub for students and scientists who want to apply deep scientific thought to the earth environment and some of its most urgent problems.

2014-04-23 | Read more

Master's programme East Asian Economy and Society

The two-year master's programme East Asian Economy and Society (EcoS) is a multidisciplinary programme dealing with contemporary societal, political and economic aspects of the East Asian region as a whole.

2014-04-23 | Read more

Ravens understand the relations among others

Not only primates, but also ravens do understand and keep track of the rank relations between others. This result found Thomas Bugnyar and Jorg Massen, both cognitive biologists at the University of Vienna.

2014-04-23 | Read more

How the body fights against viruses

Scientists of the Max F. Perutz Laboratories (University of Vienna and the Medical University of Vienna) have now shown how double stranded RNA, such as viral genetic information, is prevented from entering the nucleus of a cell.

2014-04-22 | Read more
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