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Austria

Federal republic in central Europe

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June 8, 2020
Austria strikes 450 million eur bailout deal for Lufthansa unit.

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Victor Chatenay
April 26, 2021
Business Insider
Bux raised $80 million to support its European expansion, but the simultaneous growth of other trading apps could lead to consolidation.
April 23, 2021
WebWire
Sky have announced that production of the second series of Sky Original international financial thriller Devils, is under way in Rome. First look images released today show the two protagonists, played by Alessandro Borghi and Patrick Dempsey as they reprise their roles as Massimo Ruggero and Dominic Morgan. Filming for the second series will continue in Rome and London. Devils is a thrilling story of power set in the world of global finance produced by Sky Italia and Lux Vide in...
ANI
April 23, 2021
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Scientists at Osaka University, in cooperation with JOANNEUM RESEARCH (Weiz, Austria), introduced wireless health monitoring patches that use embedded piezoelectric nanogenerators to power themselves with harvested biomechanical energy.
April 23, 2021
SciTechDaily
Researchers at Osaka University and JOANNEUM RESEARCH develop ultrathin self-powered e-health patches that can monitor a user's pulse and blood pressure, which may lead to new flexible motion-based energy harvesting devices. Scientists at Osaka University, in cooperation with JOANNEUM RESEARCH (W
ANI
April 23, 2021
news.google.com
Tokyo [Japan], April 23 (ANI): Scientists at Osaka University, in cooperation with JOANNEUM RESEARCH (Weiz, Austria), introduced wireless health monitoring...
ANI
April 23, 2021
Lokmat English
Scientists at Osaka University, in cooperation with JOANNEUM RESEARCH (Weiz, Austria), introduced wireless health monitoring patches that use embedded piezoelectric nanogenerators to power themselves with harvested biomechcal energy.This work may lead to new autonomous health sensors as well as battery-less wearable electronic devices. The study was published in the journal Nature Communications.As wearable technology and smart sensors become increasingly popular, the problem of providing power to all of these devices become more relevant. While the energy requirements of each component may be modest, the need for wires or even batteries become burdensome and inconvenient. That is why new energy harvesting methods are needed. Also, the ability for integrated health monitors to use ambient motion to both powers and activate sensors will help accelerate their adoption in doctor's offices.Now, an international team of researchers from Japan and Austria has invented new ultra-flexible patches with a ferroelectric polymer that can not only sense a patient's pulse and blood pressure but also power themselves from normal movements. The key was starting with a substrate just one micron thick. Using a strong electric field, ferroelectric crystalline domains in a copolymer were aligned so that the sample had a large electric dipole moment.Based on the piezoelectric effect, which is very efficient in converting natural motion into small electric voltages, the device responds rapidly to strain or pressure changes. These voltages can be transduced either into signals for the medical sensors or to directly harvest the energy. 'Our e-health patches may be employed as part of screening for lifestyle-related diseases such as heart disorders, signs of stress, and sleep apnea,' said first-author Andreas Petritz.The authors estimate that multilayer patches can harvest up to 200 millijoules per day from biomechcal motions if placed on joints, like knees or elbows. This is enough to monitor cardiovascular parameters several times a day. And the patches are so thin that they are barely perceptible thus making a necessary evil for many patients--daily health monitoring--less unpleasant.'We expect that our findings will assist in the development of other sheet-type sensor systems that can perform precise biomonitoring when affixed to the skin surface,' senior author Tsuyoshi Sekit said. Additional modules allow other features, such as wireless communication with a smartphone or computer.( With inputs from ANI )Disclaimer: This post has been auto-published from an agency feed without any modifications to the text and has not been reviewed by an editor
April 23, 2021
ZEE5 News
Tokyo [Japan], April 23 (ANI): Scientists at Osaka University, in cooperation with JOANNEUM RESEARCH (Weiz, Austria), introduced wireless health monitoring patches that use embedded piezoelectric nanogenerators to power themselves with harvested biomechanical energy.
Luke Dormehl
April 21, 2021
Digital Trends
This new 3D printed ivory looks, feels, and behaves almost exactly like the real thing -- and conservationists think that could help curb elephant poaching
April 18, 2021
NDTV.com
A modified version of AstraZeneca's COVID-19 vaccine tailored to combat a coronavirus variant first documented in South Africa could be ready by the end of 2021, an AstraZeneca official in Austria said in an interview published on Sunday.
Reuters
April 18, 2021
@bsindia
Walters blamed challenges - including delivery delays for the AstraZeneca shot in the European Union - on the complex process of producing a vaccine
Clay Risen
April 14, 2021
www.nytimes.com
His book, published in 1982 amid a brutal recession, foretold of a bountiful postindustrial information economy. He was half right.
The North Face
April 14, 2021
www.prnewswire.com:443
/PRNewswire/ -- The North Face today unveiled the official sport climbing competition uniforms to be worn by athletes from the U.S., Japan, South Korea and...
April 8, 2021
clinicaltrials.gov
COVID-19 Testing in Patients With Vascular Disorders - Full Text View.
Andrii Degeler
April 6, 2021
Tech.eu
The European startup ecosystem has been showing great growth numbers over the past year, which was well documented by ourselves and other organisations that keep track of the numbers. In the first quarter of this year, however, we also noticed a significant number of startups entering the unicorn territory -- a metric that may be showing [...]
April 6, 2021
WebWire
Barclays Investment Bank today announces the appointment of Anthony Samengo-Turner as Head of M&A for Germany, Austria and Switzerland (DACH). Mr Samengo-Turner joins Barclays from Greenhill & Co where he spent the past 15 years, most recently as Co-Head of its DACH business. During his 23-year career, he has developed long-lasting relationships with clients at the C-suite level and has been involved in a number of important transactions, with a focus on the healthcare and chemicals secto...
Andrii Degeler
March 17, 2021
Tech.eu
In this episode, we've prepared an interview with Eric Demuth, CEO of Bitpanda. The company has just become Austria's first unicorn, raising $170 million at a $1.2 billion valuation.
Emerald Bensadoun
March 15, 2021
Global News
Confused? Here's a breakdown of what's happening.
Sky
March 15, 2021
Sky News
The process has been measured in six mountain ranges across the world - Austria, Ecuador, France, New Zealand, Norway and the US.
Our Foreign Staff
March 14, 2021
The Telegraph
Country's deputy chief medical officer issues warning following reports of people suffering blood clots in Norway
Checklens GmbH
March 8, 2021
www.prnewswire.com:443
/PRNewswire/ -- For the 14th time, EHI has selected the winners of the reta awards, those companies with the best ideas for technologies in retail. The winners...
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