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Chemisches Modell/Moleküle

From chemical Graphs To Structures

Researchers at the University of Vienna have developed a new machine learning based model to shortcut expensive calculations to directly predict structures from graphs.

28.07.2021 | [more]

UNI:VIEW

Comparative Cognition — Animal Minds

Tecumseh Fitch, head of the Department of Behavioral and Cognitive Biology is part of the organisational team of this year's Congress of Cognitive Science (CogSci2021). uni:view spoke with him about Animal Minds.

26.07.2021 | [more]

University

"Mutator" gene as an alternative to chemical and physical mutagens for drug discovery

Streptomyces are bacteria that produce antibiotics. Using genome mining, the targeted activation of so-called biosynthetic gene clusters, Sergey Zotchev and his team seek to uncover their potential to synthesize novel compounds.

22.07.2021 | [more]

University

With metallodrug BOLD-100 towards fighting gastric cancer

The ruthenium-based anticancer agent BOLD-100 just received an US-Orphan Drug Designation in the treatment of gastric (stomach) cancer. The small molecule therapeutic was originally developed by chemist Bernhard Keppler.

22.07.2021 | [more]

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Human of #univie Johanna

"My degree programme has practical relevance"

From the use of cookies to the evaluation of voting behavior: Johanna Göschlberger studies law at the University of Vienna and deals with current topics concerning IT, digital media and law.

21.07.2021 | [more]

UNI:VIEW
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"A green world needs long-term climate policies"

Humankind faces its most severe crisis in the 21th century. Economist Alexandra Brausmann explains how the climate crisis affects the economy and explains "environmental shocks".

20.07.2021 | [more]

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Heisenberg Under the Microscope

The quantum movements of a small glass sphere could be controlled for the first time in Vienna by combining microscopy with control engineering, setting the course for future quantum technologies.

14.07.2021 | [more]

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