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Deadlines of the International Office

New deadlines for mobility programmes for students and teachers, scholarships and grants for students and young researchers, project funding in higher education are now online.

20.02.2019 | [more]

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To tool or not to tool?

A group of cognitive biologists and comparative psychologists has studied tool related decision-making in a non-human primate species – the orangutan. Orangutans make decisions depending on the current 'market' situation.

14.02.2019 | [more]

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New cyber-security open-source technology

CS-AWARE, a project focusing on cyber-security situational awareness, has just launched a structured language for describing cyber threat information so it can be shared, stored, and analyzed in a consistent manner.

08.02.2019 | [more]

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The Caucasus: complex interplay of genes and cultures

Genetic studies involving evolutionary anthropologist Ron Pinhasi and his team point to the interaction of populations from the Eurasian steppe and the Caucasus Mountains in the Bronze Age.

04.02.2019 | [more]

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Faster than allowed by quantum computing?

Could there be "science fiction computers"? Researchers have shown that this is not possible – as long as the machines satisfy the same construction principles as ordinary circuits and their quantum counterparts.

01.02.2019 | [more]

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Students at the University of Vienna

Summer semester of 2019: 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 of 2019.

31.01.2019 | [more]

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Illustration: When we look at the train from the point of view of an observer standing on the platform, the train looks in a quantum superposition of different positions.

How does a quantum particle see the world?

Researchers at the University of Vienna and the Austrian Academy of Sciences proved that whether an object shows quantum features depends on the reference frame. The physical laws, however, are still independent of it.

30.01.2019 | [more]

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