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Co-author Dennis Kurzbach and first author Ludovica M. Epasto in front of the hyperpolarisation device.

Pimp my Spec: Upgrade for Magnetic Resonance Methods with a 1,000-fold Amplifier

Atomistically accurate description of proteins at native concentrations can help to better understand the process of cell proliferation to tumour growth - Kurzbach and Epasto report in "Science Advances".

09.08.2022 | [more]

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Stanford University - Distinguished Visiting Austrian Chair

The Distinguished Visiting Austrian Chair Professor will be in residence at Stanford for two quarters of an academic year hosted by the Freeman Spogli Institute for International Studies (FSI) of Stanford University.

04.08.2022 | [more]

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University of Vienna: Top positions in international ranking

Current Shanghai Ranking: "Communication Science" remains 7th place worldwide, "Mathematics" has improved to 29th place and "Athomospheric Sciences" improved to the 51-75th ranking group.

03.08.2022 | [more]

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Illustration of the dye adsorption mechanism on bulk COF and ultrathin COF. Bulk COF only allows dyes with a molecular size much smaller than the pore size to enter the COF channels, while ultrathin COF provides maximum adsorption site exposure, resulting in high uptake for various dyes.

Nano-sponges with potential for rapid wastewater treatment

A team led by Changxia Li and Freddy Kleitz from the Faculty of Chemistry of the University of Vienna developed a new approach to designing an innovative composite material that is highly efficient at filtering organic pollutants...

01.08.2022 | [more]

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Group leader Christina Brückerr and lead author Merrit Romeike standing in their lab.

On standby: How the developing embryo guards against viral infection

Expression of a key gene of the innate immune response, Irf1, is controlled by the gene regulatory network that regulates the transition from naïve to formative pluripotency during embryonic development.

27.07.2022 | [more]

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Bioanalytics: Production of RNA chips significantly simplified

A team led by Mark Somoza from the Faculty of Chemistry at the University of Vienna has presented a new method to convert commercially available DNA chips quickly and easily into RNA chips.

26.07.2022 | [more]

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Kerstin von Lingen receives ERC Advanced Grant

Kerstin von Lingen is Professor at the Department for Contemporary History at the University of Vienna. In her research she focuses on genocide, decolonization and studies about memory, identity and apology.

21.07.2022 | [more]

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