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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. Scientists at TU Wien were now able to explain this.
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The Art of Making Tiny Holes
How can you perforate an atomic layer of material and leave the one underneath intact? Scientists at TU Wien (Vienna) developed a technique for processing surfaces on an...
Flood data from 500 years: Rivers and climate change in Europe
A major international research project led by TU Wien (Vienna) shows for the first time that flooding characteristics in recent decades are unlike those of previous centuries
Victory for the TU Wien in Virtual Car Racing Competition
Artificial intelligence was the key to the F1/TENTH Autonomous Grand Prix. The team "TU fast TU Furious" from the TU Wien took first place.
How to teach gold to tell left from right
The chemist Noelia Barrabés from the TU Wien was awarded an Elise-Richter scholarship. She is conducting research in catalysis with ultra-small gold clusters.
New Materials for Extra Thin Computer Chips
For a long time, something important has been regularly neglected in electronics: If you want to make electronic components smaller and smaller, you also need the right...
Coronavirus – Update: Planning winter semester 2020/21
Important apsects for the upcoming semester.
Graphene: It is all about the toppings
To fully exploit the potential of the “wonder material” graphene, it has to be combined with other materials. A new study investigates what is important for this.