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Life Sciences - Environment - 28.02.2019
New Centre for Microbiology and Environmental Systems Science at the University of Vienna
New Centre for Microbiology and Environmental Systems Science at the University of Vienna
With the establishment of the new Centre on March 1, 2019, the University of Vienna will grow from 19 to 20 Faculties and Centres.

Environment - Architecture - 20.06.2018

Innovation / Technology - Environment - 23.11.2017

Social Sciences - Environment - 09.10.2017
23 October: Lecture in the Context of the Panorama: Uni, with Rudolf Mosler
23 October: Lecture in the Context of the Panorama: Uni, with Rudolf Mosler
Rudolf Mosler, Labor and Social Law expert at the University of Salzburg, talks about the topic "Schöne neue Arbeitswelt.

Environment - Social Sciences - 05.10.2017
19 October: Impact Forum 2017
19 October: Impact Forum 2017
In a half-day expert conference on the topic of "Trends in ESG & CSR - 17 Sustainable Development Goals", specialists and strategists from various branches and sectors will come together to present the topic of sustainability inter-disciplinarily and practically.

Environment - 11.08.2017
Climate change shifts timing of European floods
Climate change shifts timing of European floods
A linkage between climate change and floods has been identified using a river flow dataset of unparalleled scale and diversity.

Astronomy / Space Science - Environment - 27.06.2017
Satellite view of the drought in Kenya
Satellite view of the drought in Kenya
The situation in Kenya is serious - there has been too little rain for more than a year. With the aid of satellite data, TU Wien is measuring moisture content in the soil in order to better assess the risk of drought.

History / Archeology - Environment - 07.05.2017

Environment - Electroengineering - 10.01.2017

Environment - 25.11.2016
Symposium: n-dimensional hypervolumes in ecology and beyond, November 24th - 25th 2016
Symposium: n-dimensional hypervolumes in ecology and beyond, November 24th - 25th 2016
Niche theory is one of the most fundamental concepts in ecology and has long been conceptualized as n-dimensional hypervolumes (sensu Hutchinson 1957).

Event - Environment - 24.11.2016

Environment - 24.11.2016
"Vocational Practical Days" in the Department of Ecology and Evolution
Within the scope of the "Berufspraktisches Tage", Philip Hölzl from the New Mittelschule Walserfeld gained insight into the lab activities and the research of the working group of Assoc.

Environment - Event - 23.11.2016
From Paris to Marrakech - climate Protection on the Journey into Our Future
From Paris to Marrakech - climate Protection on the Journey into Our Future
The rapid enforcement of the Paris agreement, which limits the global temperature from 1.5 ° C to a maximum of 2 ° C (compared to pre-industrial temperature), shows that the international comm

History / Archeology - Environment - 20.10.2016
20 October: Salzburg Lecture with Climate Historian, Wolfgang Behringer
20 October: Salzburg Lecture with Climate Historian, Wolfgang Behringer
Attention! The event on the topic "How a volcano crashed the world into the crisis" is fully booked and has been moved to the Max Gandolph Library, Kapitelgasse 5-7, 1st floor.

Environment - History / Archeology - 13.10.2016
Salzburg Lecture with Climate Historian, Wolfgang Behringer
Salzburg Lecture with Climate Historian, Wolfgang Behringer
On 20 October at 19:00, Climate Historian Wolfgang Behringer will be speaking in the Bibliotheksaula (Hofstallgasse 2-4) on the topic "Wie ein Vulkan die Welt in die Krise stürzte".

Event - Environment - 09.08.2016
17 August - 2 September: European Forum Alpbach
17 August - 2 September: European Forum Alpbach
A broad mix of topics under the general theme of New Enlightenment is being offered this year by the European Forum Alpbach , which will take place from 17 August to 2 September.

Career - Environment - 08.08.2016
Hans Höller and Irene Fussl Editorial Directors of Salzburg Bachmann Edition
Hans Höller and Irene Fussl Editorial Directors of Salzburg Bachmann Edition
Hans Höller, formerly a Professor at the Department of German Studies at the University of Salzburg, together with Irene Fussl are Editorial Directors of the new Salzburg Bachmann Edition in Suhrkampand Piper-Verlag.

Environment - Psychology - 02.08.2016
Marine Biological Excursion to Croatia 2016
Marine Biological Excursion to Croatia 2016
The biodiversity of animals, plants, and protists, and their morphological and behavioral adaptations to life on the rocky shores, in pelage, in the sediment, in eelgrass meadows and salt marshes, es

Environment - 19.05.2016
Searching for ghost plastic
Searching for ghost plastic
The Crew of the University of Vienna has been on board the "Sonne" for over two weeks now. Soon they will cross the equator, going from the South Pacific into the North Pacific, where Phd student Maria Pinto is searching for and studying plastic particles in the ocean.

Environment - Physics - 20.04.2016
More space to soak up the sun
More space to soak up the sun
Hundred-metre long platforms which remain steady and stable in rough sea weather: TU Wien's lightweight construction creates new space for solar energy out on the water.

Business / Economics - Environment - 21.03.2016
Unfulfilled Potential: the Danube as a transportation route
Unfulfilled Potential: the Danube as a transportation route
Europe's rivers could be used to transport goods much more efficiently. In order to do this, however, the existing international regulations would have to be implemented consistently.

Event - Environment - 03.03.2016

Environment - Philosophy - 16.10.2015

Environment - 05.03.2014
Cultural world heritage threatened by climate change
Cultural world heritage threatened by climate change
From the Statue of Liberty in New York to the Tower of London or the Sydney Opera House - sea-level rise not only affects settlement areas for large parts of the world population but also numerous sites of the UNESCO World Heritage.

Event - Environment - 05.02.2014

Environment - Administration - 09.01.2014

Earth Sciences - Environment - 31.10.2013
Geography of South Asia - Genesis of Conflicts and the Possibility of Peace
Vortrag von Raquib Ahmed, University of Rajshahi, Bangladesh, Mo 11.11.2013, 17:00 Uhr, HS 414.

Innovation / Technology - Environment - 27.09.2013

Environment - Life Sciences - 08.02.2013
New EU-project to enhance seed quality
New EU-project to enhance seed quality
Massive economic losses are suffered by farmers and the seed trade alike due to poor seed quality.

Environment - Continuing Education - 02.01.2013

Environment - Earth Sciences - 15.11.2012
Melting Glaciers Raise Sea Level
Melting Glaciers Raise Sea Level
Anthropogenic climate change leads to melting glaciers and rising sea level. Between 1902 and 2009, melting glaciers contributed 11 cm to sea level rise.

Environment - 26.07.2012

Environment - Business / Economics - 05.07.2012

Astronomy / Space Science - Environment - 26.04.2012
Rapid ice shelf disintegration in Antarctic
Rapid ice shelf disintegration in Antarctic
For ten years ESA's Envisat satellite observed the rapid retreat of one of Antarctica's ice shelves due to climate warming. Helmut Rott, Professor at the Institute of Meteorology and Geophysics, follows this development since the start of the mission. One of the satellite's first observations following its launch on 1 March 2002 was the break-up of a main section of the Larsen B ice shelf in Antarctica - when 3200 sq km of ice disintegrated within a few days due to mechanical instabilities of the ice masses triggered by climate warming.

Environment - Earth Sciences - 06.02.2012
Land-cover Changes Do not Impact Glacier Loss
Land-cover Changes Do not Impact Glacier Loss
A new study shows that land-cover changes, in particular deforestation, in the vicinity of glaciers do not have an impact on glacier loss. However, the study, in which Innsbruck climate researcher were directly involved, also shows that deforestation decreases precipitation in mid elevation zones, which affects the quality of life of the population living in the surrounding areas.

Mechanical Engineering - Environment - 22.11.2011

Environment - Health - 16.08.2011

Earth Sciences - Environment - 04.05.2011
Dripstones tell us about the uplift of mountains
A team of geologists of the University of Innsbruck the University of Leeds (UK) discovered the oldest radiometrically dated dripstones currently known from the European Alps.

Innovation / Technology - Environment - 15.02.2011

Environment - History / Archeology - 14.01.2011
New evidence for climate impacts on ancient societies
New evidence for climate impacts on ancient societies
Annual-resolved European summer climate has, for the first time ever, been reconstructed over the past 2,500 years. Tree rings reveal possible links between past climate variability and changes in human history. Climate change coincided with periods of socioeconomic, cultural and political turmoil associated with the Barbarian Migrations, the Black Death and Thirty Years' War.

Earth Sciences - Environment - 09.11.2010
Climate Change: Water Reservoir Glacier
Climate Change: Water Reservoir Glacier
Glaciers of large mountain regions contribute, to some extent considerably, to the water supply of certain populated areas. However, in a recent study conducted by Innsbruck glaciologists and climatologists it has been shown that there are important regional differences. The results of Photo: The Innsbruck researchers modeled estimates that show human dependence on glacier melt in a certain region.

Environment - Physics - 19.07.2010
Research for the world’s climate
The Vienna University of Technology (TU Vienna) is investing in research in the field of energy and environment.

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