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FinSMEs
September 7, 2021
FinSMEs
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Science X staff
August 31, 2021
phys.org
There is a dictum to "never change a running system." New methods can however be far superior to older ones. While to date chemical reactions are mainly accelerated by catalytic materials that comprise several hundreds of atoms, the use of single atoms could provide a new approach for catalysis.
Science X staff
August 12, 2021
phys.org
Researchers at the University of Vienna's Faculty of Physics in collaboration with colleagues from the Oak Ridge National Laboratory in the U.S. have uncovered a non-destructive mechanism to manipulate donor impurities within silicon using focused electron irradiation. In this novel indirect exchange process not one but two neighboring silicon atoms are involved in a coordinated atomic "waltz," which may open a path for the fabrication of solid-state qubits. The results have been published in the Journal of Physical Chemistry.
Science X staff
August 6, 2021
phys.org
Three dimensional (3D) nano-networks promise a new era in modern solid state physics with numerous applications in photonics, bio-medicine, and spintronics. The realization of 3D magnetic nano-architectures could enable ultra-fast and low-energy data storage devices. Due to competing magnetic interactions in these systems, magnetic charges or magnetic monopoles can emerge, which can be utilized as mobile, binary information carriers. Researchers at University of Vienna have now designed the first 3D artificial spin ice lattice hosting unbound magnetic charges. The results published in the journal npj Computational Materials present a first theoretical demonstration that, in the new lattice, the magnetic monopoles are stable at room temperature and can be steered on-demand by external magnetic fields.
Science X staff
July 28, 2021
phys.org
3D configurations of atoms dictate all materials properties. Quantitative predictions of accurate equilibrium structures, 3D coordinates of all atoms, from a chemical graph, a representation of the structural formula, is a challenging and computationally expensive task which is at the beginning of practically every computational chemistry workflow. Researchers at the University of Vienna have now developed a new machine learning based model to shortcut expensive calculations to directly predict structures from graphs. The new method for "Machine learning based energy-free structure predictions of molecules, transition states, and solids" is presented in the latest issue of Nature Communications.
Beth Mole
July 21, 2021
Ars Technica
There may be as many as 200 cases now, including around two dozen from Vienna.
AP
July 17, 2021
@bsindia
The Biden administration is investigating a recent rash of mysterious health incidents reported by American diplomats and other government employees in Vienna, Austria, US officials said
Science X staff
July 14, 2021
phys.org
A football is not a quantum particle. There are crucial differences between the things we know from everyday life and tiny quantum objects. Quantum phenomena are usually very fragile. To study them, one normally uses only a small number of particles, well shielded from the environment, at the lowest possible temperatures.
Science X staff
July 12, 2021
phys.org
This pandemic year has restricted international travel for humans. Not so for some microscopic bacteria in the ocean: They partner up with clams living in the sand beneath the shimmering waters of coastal habitats throughout the globe. According to research by scientists from the Max Planck Institute for Marine Microbiology in Bremen and the University of Vienna now published in PNAS, the bacterial symbionts living in lucinid gills travel the world without borders.
Science X staff
July 12, 2021
phys.org
Ancient sediments from caves have already been proven to preserve DNA for thousands of years. The amount of recovered sequences from environmental sediments, however, is generally low, which confounds the analyses performed with these sequences. A study led by Ron Pinhasi and Pere Gelabert of the University of Vienna and published in Current Biology successfully retrieved three mammalian environmental genomes from a single 25,000-year-old soil sample obtained from the cave of Satsurblia in the Caucasus (Georgia).
July 9, 2021
WebWire
• Lufthansa Group invests in digitization and in IT competence center in Vienna, , • Range of services offered by Vienna IT competence center to be expanded, , • CCO Michael Trestl: Austrian Airlines is developing the workplace of the future at the IT location in Vienna, , , , In the "Center of Excellence Digital Workplace", 25 IT specialists in Vienna, together with those in Hamburg, Frankfurt and Zurich, are currently working to further develop the digital workday of Austrian Airlines employee...
FinSMEs
July 7, 2021
FinSMEs
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Science X staff
July 7, 2021
phys.org
Soils are one of the most diverse habitats on the planet. There are more than thousand microbial species per gram that significantly influence numerous environmental processes. However, the majority of these organisms are believed to be in a state a state of "dormancy" due to environmental stress, such as nutrient-poor conditions.
June 28, 2021
News-Medical.net
Aiming to reduce human suffering, economic costs, and restrictions on personal freedom caused by COVID-19 to a minimum, researchers from Germany and Austria proposed an alternative method - efficient population-based genome-based testing.
Science X staff
June 23, 2021
phys.org
Everybody knows that elephants trumpet. Over the past decades research at the University of Vienna has mainly studied the elephants' low-frequency rumble. Its fundamental frequency reaches into the infrasonic range below the human hearing threshold. This call is produced by the elephant ́s massive vocal folds. Much less was known about how elephants produce their higher pitched sounds, the trumpets and squeaks.
FinSMEs
June 23, 2021
FinSMEs
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Ingrid Lunden
June 22, 2021
TechCrunch
Online teaching came into the spotlight for many students and parents in the last year, and today one of the companies that saw a big lift during that rush of activity is announcing a big round of funding to carry it into what has emerged as a more permanent change of habits for many learners. [...]
Paul Wallace | Bloomberg
June 22, 2021
@bsindia
The ultraconservative cleric is sceptical of nuclear talks with the West.
Ingrid Lunden
June 22, 2021
TechCrunch
Online teaching came into the spotlight for many students and parents in the last year, and today one of the companies that saw a big lift during that rush of activity is announcing a big round of funding to carry it into what has emerged as a more permanent change of habits for many learners. [...]
Jonathan Tirone & Arsalan Shahla | Bloomberg
June 20, 2021
@bsindia
Focus now shifts to extension of June 24 IAEA monitoring pact
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