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Shelf sea in the Gulf of Mexico

Small but versatile

The Thaumarchaeota are amongst the most abundant marine microorganisms. A new publication reveals that marine Thaumarchaeota have a broader metabolism than previously thought.

11.12.2018 | [more]

Universität

Research-based learning in a Joint Classroom

The University of Vienna's Faculty of Law is partnering with the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) to develop university modules on wildlife, forest, and fisheries crime.

26.11.2018 | [more]

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Lecture Series "What is Data Science?"

On November 9th the second talk of the lecture series "What is data science?" took place at the University of Vienna. Guest speaker Andrew Gelman, statistician at Columbia University, gave a talk about "Bayesian workflow".

16.11.2018 | [more]

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Univie Summer School 2019: Philosophy and Psychiatry

The Univie Summer School – Scientific World Conceptions (USS-SWC) on "Philosophy and Psychiatry" will be held from July 1 to 12, 2019 at the University of Vienna. The deadline for application is February 15, 2019.

15.11.2018 | [more]

Universität

Reception for international exchange students

On November 8th, Vice Rector Jean-Robert Tyran invited all international exchange students of the winter semester 2018 to a reception. Around 250 students gathered in the historical small ceremonial hall of the University.

12.11.2018 | [more]

University

Symposium „10th Anniversary of Research on Early Childhood in Context“

The Symposium on November 29-30 was organized at the Faculty of Psychology and will present ten years of research on developmental psychology along the traces of Charlotte Buehler.

09.11.2018 | [more]

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Orangutan

Re-inventing the hook

To the researchers' surprise Orangutans spontaneously manufactured hook tools out of straight wire within the very first trial and in a second task unbent curved wire to make a straight tool.

08.11.2018 | [more]

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