The magnet trick: New invention makes vibrations disappear

Physics - Jul 17
Physics

TU Wien (Vienna) has patented a completely new method of dampening vibrations. This is an important step for precision devices such as high-performance astronomical telescopes. When everything shakes, precision is usually impossible - everybody who has ever tried to take a photo with shaky hands or make handwritten notes on a bumpy bus journey knows that.

Health - Jul 16

New approach to improve targeted skin cancer therapies

Targeted therapies are a powerful weapon against skin cancer, but their side effects can severely impact a patient's quality of life. A new study shows that some targeted therapies manipulate signaling events in cells that line blood vessels and result in a weaker vascular barrier.

Health - Jul 12

Dynamic changes in the lung immune system of breast cancer metastasis

New research from the Medical University of Vienna in collaboration with Stanford University and the University of California, San Francisco, gives unprecedented insights into the dynamic remodeling of immune cells in the metastatic niche starting from early tumor development up to late-stage metastasis. The study was recently published in Cancer Cell.

Health - Jul 15

SARS-CoV-2 infections have a long-term impact on the immune systemg

In a study recently published in the renowned journal "Allergy", a MedUni Vienna research team shows that COVID-19 leads to considerable long-term changes in the immune system, even in mild cases. The findings could help to better understand the long-term consequences of an infection with SARS-CoV-2.

Health - Jul 11

’ChatGPT’ for biomedical simulations

The artificial intelligence (AI) model GPT-4, known from its application in ChatGPT, shows impressive capabilities in biomedical research and can be used in many ways for simulations. A simulator developed at MedUni Vienna and based on GPT-4 shows increased accuracy in classifying the importance of genes in cancer cells, as well as in the prognosis of cancer patients. The results of the study were published in the journal Computers in Biology and Medicine.

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