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Parachutes for multicopters

If a drone crashes to the ground, 15 kilograms of material come plummeting down.

Graz researchers are getting nanomachines moving

Things should be increasingly small and compact. In order to press ahead with miniaturization, scientists are striving to imitate nature.

Mitterlehner/Mahrer: Red-White-Red Card to be made more attractive – launch of a new startup visa

Decision of the Council of Ministers: reduce obstacles for international startups – advantages for university graduates: keep well-integrated professionals in the country instead of educating them …

International Semantic Web Conference to be held in Vienna

The International Semantic Web Conference (ISWC) is the premier international forum where Semantic Web / Linked Data researchers, practitioners and industry specialists come together

APEIRON Biologics given green light for market approval

The Viennese bio-tech company was recommended the market approval of its immunotherapy of high risk neuroblastoma.

Quantum communication: how to outwit noise

How can one reliably transfer quantum information when the connecting channels are impacted by detrimental noise?

Austrian biochemist nominated for the European Inventor Award

Biochemist Oliver Hayden developed a test to ensure the reliable diagnosis of malaria together with Jan van den Boogaart of Holland.

Planet motor: Vienna University of Technology presents innovative electric drive system

This globally unique motor was presented for the first time by the Vienna University of Technology at the trade fair in Hannover (Hannover Messe).

Biochips for wound healing

Complex biology and chip technology have been combined at the Vienna University of Technology. This enables customized, personalized medicine on the smallest spaces.

New ESA satellite comes from Austria

The Graz University of Technology is collaborating with the company RUAG Space to build a new micro satellite for the European Space Agency (ESA).

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