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Chemistry - Environment - 13.06.2024
Thomas Rath wins 'Zero Emissions Award'
Thomas Rath wins ’Zero Emissions Award’

Chemistry - Electroengineering - 29.05.2024
Single-mindedly focused on research success
Single-mindedly focused on research success

Chemistry - Health - 06.03.2024
Studying Chemistry: Understanding the Foundations of Life
Studying Chemistry: Understanding the Foundations of Life
Enthusiasm for laboratory work, forensics as in CSI television series or a love of science - these are all good prerequisites for studying chemistry.

Life Sciences - Chemistry - 08.02.2024
Looking for What Controls the Heart
Looking for What Controls the Heart

Chemistry - Physics - 23.11.2023
ERC grant for Noelia Barrabés: The chemistry of mirror images

Chemistry - Physics - 02.11.2023
Studying Supramolecular Chemistry
Studying Supramolecular Chemistry
After 13 formative years at the Weizmann Institute of Science in Israel, Professor Rafal Klajn joined the faculty of the Institute of Science and Technology Austria (ISTA).

Chemistry - 19.09.2023
Storing hydrogen in small, red iron pellets
Storing hydrogen in small, red iron pellets
By Birgit Baustädter After playing Activity as a youngster, Fabio Blaschke soon realised that his future lay not in drawing, but in technology.

Environment - Chemistry - 27.07.2023
From harmful waste gas to resource
From harmful waste gas to resource

Physics - Chemistry - 19.07.2023
E-mail from... Philadelphia
E-mail from... Philadelphia
PhD candidate Robert Schwarzl from the Institute of Experimental Physics reports on his research stay at Temple University, which is funded by the Austrian Marshall Plan Foundation.

Chemistry - Environment - 19.07.2023
Merit Bodner: Sustainable Hydrogen Systems with a Future
Merit Bodner: Sustainable Hydrogen Systems with a Future
By Birgit Baustädter At the TU Graz Science for Future Science Day, fuel cell researcher Merit Bodner will give one of the two keynote lectures.

Life Sciences - Chemistry - 24.03.2023
Fascination for enzymes
Fascination for enzymes

Chemistry - Physics - 14.03.2023
FWF Cluster of Excellence: Highly competitive funding for TU Wien
FWF Cluster of Excellence: Highly competitive funding for TU Wien

Environment - Chemistry - 01.02.2023
E-mail from... Graz
E-mail from... Graz
By Chetna Madan Indian PhD candidate Chetna Madan gives an insight into her stay as a visiting researcher at the Institute of Chemical Engineering and Environmental Technology at TU Graz.

Physics - Chemistry - 18.01.2023
New Spectrometers for TU Graz Chemistry
New Spectrometers for TU Graz Chemistry
By Birgit Baustädter TU Graz and the Japanese analytical instrument manufacturer JEOL opened the newly designed JEOL Application Lab with completely new nuclear magnetic resonance and mass spectrometers in January 2023.

Chemistry - Career - 23.12.2022
Two Spin-Off Fellowships for TU Graz
Two Spin-Off Fellowships for TU Graz

Campus - Chemistry - 23.11.2022
Merit Bodner: Focusing on the Ageing of Fuel Cells
Merit Bodner: Focusing on the Ageing of Fuel Cells
By Birgit Baustädter Fuel cells are of great importance when it comes to renewable energy systems. But - like everything else - they age.

Chemistry - Environment - 07.11.2022
Andreas Wimmer: 'Import of green energies necessary'
Andreas Wimmer: ’Import of green energies necessary’

Environment - Chemistry - 27.10.2022
'The Crucial Question: Where Does the Hydrogen Come From?'
’The Crucial Question: Where Does the Hydrogen Come From?’

Environment - Chemistry - 20.10.2022
Hydrogen: 'We have to act on this today!'
Hydrogen: ’We have to act on this today!’

Innovation - Chemistry - 20.10.2022
AIT and TU Graz launch PhD programme in hydrogen technology
AIT and TU Graz launch PhD programme in hydrogen technology
By Susanne Filzwieser The nw PhD programme for the development of innovative hydrogen technologies with a focus on reversible high-temperature electrolysis will start in February 2023.

Environment - Chemistry - 15.10.2022
'Green Hydrogen Only with the Expansion of Renewable Sources'
’Green Hydrogen Only with the Expansion of Renewable Sources’

Life Sciences - Chemistry - 29.03.2022
Prestigious HFSP grant goes to the University of Vienna for lipid research
Prestigious HFSP grant goes to the University of Vienna for lipid research

Chemistry - Innovation - 25.01.2022
Moving towards 80,000 Hours of Fuel Cell Operation and Beyond
Moving towards 80,000 Hours of Fuel Cell Operation and Beyond
Hydrogen and fuel cell technologies as viable and sustainable approaches to a renewable energy supply chain are experiencing unprecedented attention.

Chemistry - Innovation - 06.12.2021
Award-Winning Research: Microbiomes, Hydrogen and Exoskeletons
Award-Winning Research: Microbiomes, Hydrogen and Exoskeletons
By Birgit Baustädter Birgit Wassermann is conducting research on microbiomes, Sebastian Bock on hydrogen and Matthias Wolf on exoskeletons.

Chemistry - Innovation - 28.10.2021
From Slurry to High-Purity Hydrogen
From Slurry to High-Purity Hydrogen
By Susanne Filzwieser Hydrogen from real biogas: TU Graz and the start-up Rouge H2 Engineering have scored a world's first in producing high-purity hydrogen from biogas directly at a biogas plant using a new chemical looping process.

Materials Science - Chemistry - 20.07.2021
Artificial Tissue from the 3D Bioprinter
Artificial Tissue from the 3D Bioprinter
By Birgit Baustädter At the Institute of Chemistry and Technology of Biobased Systems, a new bioprinter recently entered service.

Chemistry - 21.05.2021
My Fuel cell technology traineeship at TU Graz
My Fuel cell technology traineeship at TU Graz
By Mark Kozamernik Erasmus+ traineeship student Mark Kozamernik shares his experience about life in Graz and work at the Institute of Chemical Engineering and Environmental Technology (CEET) at TU Graz during the Covid pandemic.

Chemistry - Campus - 17.05.2021
Obituary to Prof. Maximilian Knollmüller (1935-2021)

Materials Science - Chemistry - 22.04.2021
Biopolymers come into fashion
Biopolymers come into fashion
By Beate Mosing What can you make from wood? Not only pieces of furniture apparently. Today, cellulose fibres are being turned into new, useful materials and used for fashion as well as for artificial tissue cultivation.

Environment - Chemistry - 19.04.2021
New catalyst for lower CO2 emissions
New catalyst for lower CO2 emissions
Which catalyst can be used to convert carbon dioxide into other substances? Scientists at TU Wien have now created a new material, which belongs to the class of perovskites.

Chemistry - 22.03.2021
Niklas Pontesegger: Science in the Apple Orchard
Niklas Pontesegger: Science in the Apple Orchard
By Birgit Baustädter Niklas Pontesegger visits apple trees for scientific reasons to investigate how climate change is affecting the fruit.

Chemistry - Materials Science - 09.12.2020
Next Generation Fuel Cell and Hydrogen Technologies
Next Generation Fuel Cell and Hydrogen Technologies
Due to current efforts being made in the reduction of greenhouse gas emissions and the associated political focus on hydrogen as a clean energy carrier, methods for sustainable hydrogen production and efficient utilization are again in great demand.

Materials Science - Chemistry - 05.12.2020
Hydrogen Embrittlement (HE)
Hydrogen Embrittlement (HE)
.. of Ultra-High-Strength Steel Screws in Service: Still a Development Potential? Hydrogen embrittlement is a major concern for the automotive, construction, and energy sectors.

Campus - Chemistry - 19.11.2020
The mesmerizing world of chemistry in Graz
The mesmerizing world of chemistry in Graz

Chemistry - 23.10.2020
Two months of fuel cell research
Two months of fuel cell research

Physics - Chemistry - 19.10.2020
A Light Scattering Trick Leads to Better Laser Beams
A Light Scattering Trick Leads to Better Laser Beams
A completely new method of producing extremely short and high-energy laser pulses was developed at TU Wien.

Chemistry - Physics - 05.08.2020
Molecular Forces: The Surprising Stretching Behaviour of DNA
Molecular Forces: The Surprising Stretching Behaviour of DNA
What happens when you pull a DNA molecule? It behaves quite differently than we are used to from macroscopic objects.

Chemistry - Physics - 16.07.2020
How to teach gold to tell left from right
How to teach gold to tell left from right

Physics - Chemistry - 17.06.2020
TU Graz physicist Birgitta Schultze-Bernhardt receives START Prize 2020
TU Graz physicist Birgitta Schultze-Bernhardt receives START Prize 2020
By Christoph Pelzl The researcher receives the science prize worth up to 1.2 million euros for her work on a new measurement technology that enables UV-light-induced chemical processes to be investigated with unprecedented detail.

Environment - Chemistry - 16.06.2020
Contributions to a future energy System based on renowable energy and hydrogen
Contributions to a future energy System based on renowable energy and hydrogen
A modern energy system based on renewable energy like wind and solar power inevitably needs a storage system to provide energy on demand.

Chemistry - Materials Science - 29.05.2020
'Nature can do easily what our researchers cannot do.'
’Nature can do easily what our researchers cannot do.’
By Birgit Baustädter Karin Stana Kleinschek has dedicated her professional life to the question of how materials can be produced from renewable resources and made degradable or recyclable.

Chemistry - Innovation - 26.05.2020
New system for widespread availability of green hydrogen
New system for widespread availability of green hydrogen
By Christoph Pelzl Hydrogen researchers at Graz University of Technology, together with the Graz-based start-up Rouge H2 Engineering, have developed a cost-effective process for the decentralised production of high-purity hydrogen.

Chemistry - History / Archeology - 08.05.2020
Obituary to Prof. Fritz Sauter (1930-2020)
Obituary to Prof. Fritz Sauter (1930-2020)

Physics - Chemistry - 31.03.2020
Top EU Research Award for Roland Wester
Top EU Research Award for Roland Wester

Innovation - Chemistry - 18.03.2020
Using measuring instruments to protect against explosion
Using measuring instruments to protect against explosion
By Birgit Baustädter Doctoral candidate Manuel Maier from TU Graz's Institute of Process and Particle Technology received the Anton Paar Research Award for a measuring instrument that controls reactions of highly reactive substances.

Chemistry - Life Sciences - 26.11.2019
Key to robustness of plants discovered
Key to robustness of plants discovered
By Martin Walpot (acib) The Austrian Centre of Industrial Biotechnology (acib) and Graz University of Technology decoded the mechanism of Adipose-Biosynthesis - the basis for the production of sugar molecules for new fine chemicals or biopharmaceuticals.

Health - Chemistry - 05.11.2019
L'Oréal Austria scholarship for TU Graz researcher Katrin Unger
L’Oréal Austria scholarship for TU Graz researcher Katrin Unger
By Christoph Pelzl Katrin Unger, PhD candidate at TU Graz, develops tattoo sensors that measure the acid content of the skin.

Life Sciences - Chemistry - 24.09.2019
Two new CD labs for TU Graz
Two new CD labs for TU Graz
By Pelzl Two new CD labs of TU Graz are working on producing proteins and high-quality plastics efficiently and cost-effectively.

Chemistry - 09.09.2019
A summer job like no other

Physics - Chemistry - 23.08.2019
The beauty of defects
The beauty of defects
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