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Physics - Nov 14
Physics
A new type of material generates electrical current very efficiently from temperature differences. This allows sensors and small processors to supply themselves with energy wirelessly. Thermoelectric materials can convert heat into electrical energy. This is due to the so-called Seebeck effect: If there is a temperature difference between the two ends of such a material, electrical voltage can be generated and current can start to flow.
Environment - Nov 12
Environment

One million species are threatened with extinction, many of them already in the coming decades. This unprecedented loss of biodiversity threatens valuable ecosystems and human well-being.

History - Nov 7
History

Scholars have been all over Rome for hundreds of years, but it still holds some secrets - for instance, relatively little is known about where the city's denizens actually came from.


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Life Sciences - 12.11.2019

Life Sciences - Environment - 14.10.2019
Many cooks don't spoil the broth: Manifold symbionts prepare their host for any eventuality
Many cooks don’t spoil the broth: Manifold symbionts prepare their host for any eventuality
Deep-sea mussels harbor up to 16 different strains of bacteria in their gills, keeping them prepared for environmental changes Deep-sea mussels, which rely on cooperative symbiotic bacteria for their

Physics - Chemistry - 08.07.2019
Playfully discover atom manipulation
Playfully discover atom manipulation
Online simulation game makes graphene research available to the public The team of Toma Susi at the University of Vienna uses a state-of-the-art electron microscope, the UltraSTEM, to manipulate strongly bound materials with atomic precision.

Pharmacology - Health - 21.06.2019
Protein hitch hiking into the cancer cell: the next generation of platinum drugs
Protein hitch hiking into the cancer cell: the next generation of platinum drugs
The young spin-off "P4 Therapeutics" was awarded with the "Der Brutkasten Media Award" An interdisciplinary team of the University of Vienna and the Medical University of Vienna has developed a new platinum compound with great potential as anticancer drug.

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