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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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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.

13.02.2018 | [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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The Schrödinger equation as a Quantum clock

A international team led by Cesare Franchini from the University of Vienna, find that multiple quantum interactions can coexist in a single real material and show how an electric field can be used to control them.

07.02.2018 | [more]

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Molecule UNC-45

Molecule keeps muscle proteins in shape

Scientists in Vienna discover two distinct roles for the molecule UNC-45 in keeping muscle proteins in the right shape. Their findings were published in Nature Communications.

06.02.2018 | [more]

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Learning about a human genetic disease from plants

The Schlögelhofer group at MFPL have used the model plant Arabidopsis thaliana to investigate the role of a key protein in the rare human genetic disease Fanconi anemia and have found a DNA repair pathway.

06.02.2018 | [more]

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Summer semester of 2018: Easing into the start of the semester

University – a whole new universe? Tips, important dates and services to help you have a successful start into the summer semester.

02.02.2018 | [more]

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