Recent releases

Illustration: A carbon atom (highlighted in orange) migrating on the surface of graphene at elevated temperature towards a vacancy, racing against a scanning electron beam (green-yellow glow) nearing the same position.

"Hot" graphene reveals migration of carbon atoms

New study published in the scientific journal "Carbon"

24.06.2022 | [weiter]

Glass with chemicals

Chemical pollution threatens biodiversity

Scientists say more environmental pollutants should be considered in species protection

17.06.2022 | [weiter]

Parasitic worms reveal new insights into the evolution of sex and sex chromosomes

Two unrelated worm phyla give clues on how sex chromosomes might have evolved

15.06.2022 | [weiter]

Archaeological Science as Game-Changer: What ancient genes tell us about who we are

Research at the University of Vienna could solve mystery of human evolution

02.06.2022 | [weiter]

Rendezvous at night – how moonlight fine-tunes animal reproduction

The study provides an explanation for the phenomenon that daily clocks from flies to humans can exhibit plastic run-times

01.06.2022 | [weiter]

Too much self-confidence can endanger health

Especially older people often overestimate their health

31.05.2022 | [weiter]

Mindfulness as a key to success in psychotherapy

New statistical method applied for the first time

20.05.2022 | [weiter]

Magnetic resonance makes the invisible visible

Hyperpolarised water boosts signal intensities of proteins, DNA, and membranes

18.05.2022 | [weiter]