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Environment - 03.04.2024
TU Graz Provides Water Planning Tool with Future Forecasts up to 2055
TU Graz Provides Water Planning Tool with Future Forecasts up to 2055
When water suppliers are faced with the question of how well their systems are prepared for future developments such as climate change and population growth, they now have an answer.

Transport - Environment - 28.03.2024
On a Roll: Measurements on the Dynamometer at TU Graz
On a Roll: Measurements on the Dynamometer at TU Graz
From mopeds to lorries, vehicles and their emissions can be examined on the roller test bench at TU Graz - without moving from the spot.

Art and Design - Environment - 21.03.2024
Two Artists, Two Portraits
Two Artists, Two Portraits

Environment - Astronomy / Space - 19.03.2024
Even More Space to Explore and Discover: TU Graz Opens New MINKT Open-Air Laboratory
Even More Space to Explore and Discover: TU Graz Opens New MINKT Open-Air Laboratory
With its MINKT laboratory, TU Graz offers children and young people a programme that is unique in Austria.

Environment - 13.03.2024
Danube AgriFood Erasmus Mundus Joint Master

Environment - Innovation - 27.02.2024
The Unite! Alliance at TU Graz

Environment - Earth Sciences - 29.01.2024
Antarc­ti­ca's big­gest recor­ded 'heat­wave' fully deci­phe­red
Antarc­ti­ca’s big­gest recor­ded ’heat­wave’ fully deci­phe­red
An international team of scientists including Elisabeth Schlosser from the Department of Atmospheric and Cryospheric Sciences extensively documented an exceptional warming event in Antarctica.

Environment - 23.01.2024
New Endowed Professorship for Acoustics and the Effects of Environmental Noise at TU Graz
New Endowed Professorship for Acoustics and the Effects of Environmental Noise at TU Graz

Environment - Earth Sciences - 16.01.2024
Signi­fi­cant decline of CO2 emis­si­ons in Inns­bruck
Signi­fi­cant decline of CO2 emis­si­ons in Inns­bruck
Air monitoring measurements at the University of Innsbruck's atmospheric observatory show that carbon dioxide emissions in western Austria have fallen by around 20 percent since 2018.

Innovation - Environment - 15.12.2023
COOL-KIT: Modular solutions for integration of cooling in buildings of the founders' period (Gründerzeit)
COOL-KIT: Modular solutions for integration of cooling in buildings of the founders’ period (Gründerzeit)

Life Sciences - Environment - 05.12.2023
On the Hunt
On the Hunt
ISTA scientists unravel mysteries of "one of the creepiest-looking" insects In spring, Jackson W. Ryan-the first Journalist in Residence at the Institute of Science and Technology Austria (IST

Environment - 29.11.2023
Roadmap for sustainable mining
Roadmap for sustainable mining

Environment - 28.11.2023
University of Innsbruck intensifies communication on climate, biodiversity and sustainability
University of Innsbruck intensifies communication on climate, biodiversity and sustainability
The University of Innsbruck is setting a new focus in science communication on the topics of climate, biodiversity and sustainability. As a first step, a new online platform is bringing the wide range of scientific expertise even more into focus. The "PEAK" project offers an insight into current research results and includes a database of experts who are available to media representatives as contact persons .

Innovation - Environment - 23.11.2023
Horst Bischof Congratulates Harald Kainz on Receiving High Honours from the Republic of Austria and the State of Styria
Horst Bischof Congratulates Harald Kainz on Receiving High Honours from the Republic of Austria and the State of Styria

Environment - Media - 13.11.2023
Aerosols: When fragrances influence our climate
Aerosols: When fragrances influence our climate
One of the great unknowns in climate models: The behavior of certain gases, which often have a strong smell and cause water to condense.

Environment - Campus - 08.11.2023
’Beyond the Plate’: Second Sustainability Week at the FH Salzburg

Environment - 07.11.2023
Africa

Campus - Environment - 10.10.2023
New TU Austria Executive Committee Elected
New TU Austria Executive Committee Elected

Architecture - Environment - 21.09.2023
The City as a Sponge - Turning Heat Islands into Water Reservoirs
The City as a Sponge - Turning Heat Islands into Water Reservoirs
By Philipp Jarke In the PeriSponge project, a team led by Eva Schwab from the Institute of Urbanism is developing an evidence-based toolbox that municipalities can use to minimise surface sealing and thus the risk of flooding.

Environment - Architecture - 07.09.2023
'We have to make the urban water cycle close to nature again'
’We have to make the urban water cycle close to nature again’
By Philipp Jarke und Falko Schoklitsch How can we deal with droughts and floods? To what extent are we ourselves to blame? An interview with Daniela Fuchs-Hanusch from the Institute of Urban Water Management and Landscape Water Engineering at TU Graz.

Environment - Research Management - 05.09.2023
ERC Grant for Biodi­ver­sity Rese­arch
ERC Grant for Biodi­ver­sity Rese­arch

Environment - 09.08.2023
Circular Economy: Valuable Raw Materials from Waste
By Birgit Baustädter Concrete is a mixture of different ingredients - with carbon-intensive cement normally used as a binder for the stone.

Environment - Innovation - 04.08.2023
Green and Digital Transformation in Management

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

Campus - Environment - 25.07.2023
EURECA-PRO launches new Joint Master's Degree in Responsible Consumption and Production
EURECA-PRO launches new Joint Master’s Degree in Responsible Consumption and Production

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.

Environment - Health - 03.07.2023
Climate-friendly cooling: New district cooling centre for Alsergrund
Climate-friendly cooling: New district cooling centre for Alsergrund

Environment - Electroengineering - 27.06.2023
Energy transition: Difficult, but possible
Energy transition: Difficult, but possible
The Energy Economics Group at the Vienna University of Technology is conducting research into how the energy transition can succeed.

Environment - Electroengineering - 27.06.2023
Energy transition: It is a challenge, but we can make it
The Energy Economics Group at TU Wien is researching how the energy transition can succeed. It will not be easy, but Prof. Reinhard Haas is generally optimistic about the future.

Environment - Social Sciences - 22.06.2023
Nega­tively char­ged and yet pretty cold
Nega­tively char­ged and yet pretty cold

Physics - Environment - 22.06.2023
Four START Awards for the University of Vienna
Four START Awards for the University of Vienna
Four young researchers from the University of Vienna were able to convince the FWF Board of their excellent research project.

Event - Environment - 13.06.2023
Workshop, Conference and Project Meeting in Finland

Campus - Environment - 12.06.2023
Start of registration at the KinderuniWien!

Environment - Health - 01.06.2023
Knowledge and fun during the vacation season: The KinderuniWien program is online

Environment - Pedagogy - 29.05.2023
Teaching across national borders: the Virtual Wood University
Teaching across national borders: the Virtual Wood University

Environment - Social Sciences - 26.05.2023
Yolanda Demetriou is new endowed professor for Active Mobility
Yolanda Demetriou is new endowed professor for Active Mobility

Event - Environment - 08.05.2023
A day with... Sonja Wogrin
By Ines Hopfer-Pfister TU Graz graduate Sonja Wogrin has headed the Institute of Electricity Economics and Energy Innovation.

Environment - 08.05.2023
FH Salzburg takes Young Talent Award and brings home the 2nd prize
FH Salzburg takes Young Talent Award and brings home the 2nd prize

Environment - Health - 13.04.2023
List of experts on Planetary Health
List of experts on Planetary Health
10 experts from the University of Vienna who do research on the topic of Planetary Health The topic of "Planetary Health" is considered by experts at the University of Vienna across all research fields.

Environment - Innovation - 12.04.2023
23rd Austrian Climate Day in Leoben
23rd Austrian Climate Day in Leoben

Innovation - Environment - 10.04.2023
Decarbonisation of Energy Systems: Research Center ENERGETIC
Decarbonisation of Energy Systems: Research Center ENERGETIC
By Susanne Filzwieser Urgent questions from the energy industry and energy analytics are the focus of the research centre ENERGETIC, whose opening on 14th April will be flanked by a deep dive workshop on Europe's energy supply organised by the World Energy Council.

Health - Environment - 21.03.2023
Pollen season 2023: Severe early start with tolerable continuation
Medicine & Science This year, the pollen count started about a month earlier than the long-term average; and with some force.

Health - Environment - 14.03.2023
New insight into ’Health in the Climate Crisis
University Increasing drought and lack of snow in winter, aridity and floods in summer: the climate crisis has taken on clear manifestations - also in terms of health. The urgency of the issue prompted MedUni Vienna to update the book "Climate Change and Health". The new edition was recently published under the title "Health in the Climate Crisis" and was presented yesterday as part of the "Medical University of Vienna Day".

Environment - Innovation - 14.03.2023
International partnership for future mining concept
International partnership for future mining concept
Rare Earths Norway and Montanuniversität Leoben in Austria enter a technology development partnership for developing a future mining concept for the Fen deposit of Rare Earths Elements in Telemark, Norway.

Environment - 07.03.2023
Climate Change Graz

Environment - 03.03.2023
New CD lab: Building Material from Residual and Waste Materials
New CD lab: Building Material from Residual and Waste Materials
By Susanne Filzwieser The "CD-Laboratory for waste-based geopolymer construction materials in the CO2-neutral circular economy" is dedicated to the development of building materials based on inorganic industrial waste and secondary raw materials.

Environment - Politics - 15.02.2023
Be the Change: Studying for a Better and More Sustainable Tomorrow
Be the Change: Studying for a Better and More Sustainable Tomorrow
The interdisciplinary MSc programme Environmental Technology & International Affairs is a joint programme of the Diplomatische Akademie Wien and TU Wien and offers education in technical and international environmental policy.

Environment - Campus - 07.02.2023
TU Graz and Energie Steiermark Take a Joint Approach to E-Mobility
TU Graz and Energie Steiermark Take a Joint Approach to E-Mobility

Environment - Life Sciences - 06.02.2023
Detective work at sea: whale research via environmental DNA
Detective work at sea: whale research via environmental DNA
Detailed knowledge about whales in European waters will be provided by the Biodiversa+ project "eWHALE", which started in January and is led by molecular ecologist Bettina Thalinger from the University of Innsbruck.

Environment - 01.02.2023
Interview with Robbin Steentjes: Let the sun shine in!
Interview with Robbin Steentjes: Let the sun shine in!
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