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The formula that makes bacteria float upstream
Until now, it has been unclear how bacteria manage to swim against the current. An international research team has now found a physical explanation.
Ultrathin Transistors for Faster Computer Chips
An important breakthrough in transistor technology has been achieved at TU Wien: With the help of novel insulators, high-quality transistors can be...
Making Blockchain Transactions Secure and Private
TU Wien has launched a blockchain research lab, which proves to be very successful: With heavy funding from leading blockchain companies, the team has...
The famous MSc Program Engineering Management will be offered in Baku!
The MSc Program Engineering Management has been successfully running at TU Wien since 1995.
VSC-4: Austria’s New Supercomputer
Austria’s largest computer is now being installed. It is a joint project between multiple universities. The VSC-4 takes 82nd place in the world...
Algae as a resource: chemical tricks from the sea
Algae could become an important resource in the future, if you understand the chemistry behind it. With the participation of TU Wien, researchers have...
Measuring the Laws of Nature
A physical constant, which is of great importance for basic research, has now be re-measured, with much higher precision than ever before.
A new Christian Doppler Laboratory has been opened at TU Wien where research will be carried out into how bone substitute implants can be made using...
How to bend waves to arrive at the right place
Waves do not always spread uniformly into all directions, but can form a remarkable "branched flow". At TU Wien (Vienna) a method has now been...
Expand your horizon: Learn Chinese
The special seminar of TU Wien starts in October