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From 17 November 2020 onwards, classes will be held remotely where possible. This information website for students will be updated continuously.

04.12.2020 | [more]

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Machine learning for the simulation of photochemistry

The enormous potential of AI technology for the simulation of photochemistry is demonstrated by Philipp Marquetand (University of Vienna) and Julia Westermayr (University of Warwick) in a recently published article.

03.12.2020 | [more]

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Environmental exposures affect therapeutic drugs

Interactions between exposures and therapeutic agents have not been systematically investigated to date, conclude chemists Benedikt Warth and Manuel Pristner at the University of Vienna.

01.12.2020 | [more]

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Collaborative Ethnography in the Digital Age

Monika Palmberger and Philipp Budka from the Department of Social & Cultural Anthropology of University of Vienna discuss three key issues related to the challenges of ethnographic research in times of increasing digitalization.

16.11.2020 | [more]

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Sweet taste reduces appetite?

An Austrian-German team led by chemists Veronika Somoza and Barbara Lieder, provides new insights into the relationship between the sweet taste of sugar and the regulatory process of hunger and satiety.

10.11.2020 | [more]

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Strategic Partnerships

Researchers, students and administrative staff can benefit from the intensive collaboration with our Strategic Partner Universities through our funding programmes. Learn more on our website.

06.11.2020 | [more]

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Opinion pollster Sophie Karmasin and behavioural economist Martin Kocher

"Understanding people's behaviour in times of crisis"

Opinion pollster Sophie Karmasin and behavioural economist Martin Kocher from the University of Vienna conduct research for our society. In this interview, they talk about ‘megatrends’ following the corona crisis.

05.11.2020 | [more]

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