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Friday, 2007-03-30

The Glass Brain

It is one of the great dreams of brain research to visualize at once all nerve cells and their connections of a complete brain in 3D. More


Friday, 2007-03-30

The Glass Brain

Vienna (TU). - It is one of the great dreams of brain research to visualize at once all nerve cells and their connections of a complete brain in 3D. Scientists of the Max Planck Institute of Psychiatry in Munich and the Vienna University of... More


Monday, 2007-03-19

Book scanner wins one of three EU innovation prizes

An automatic scanner that digitizes books in minutes was among three winners of valuable European Union innovation prizes Friday at the Cebit computing expo in Hanover, Germany. More


Friday, 2007-03-16

Music Information Retrieval

At the Institute of Software Technology and Interactive Systems at Vienna University of Technology a group of computer scientists focus on methods of indexing and structuring audio collections. More


Thursday, 2007-02-15

Two Photon Absorption

The Two Photon Absorption unit at Vienna University of Technology accomplishes new and innovative concepts in the fabrication of waveguide materials and functional biophotopolymers as scaffolds for medical applications. More


Tuesday, 2007-01-30

Physicist to be recognized for helping 'revolutionize astronomy'

Jan. 30, 2007 -- Studying stars has never been so easy, thanks to the tireless efforts and expertise of Ernst K. Zinner, Ph.D., research professor of physics and of earth and planetary sciences, both in Arts & Sciences, at Washington University in... More


Tuesday, 2007-01-09

CCTV system developed to boost bank security

Martin Kampel from the Pattern Recognition and Image Processing Group at Vienna University of Technology has developed a computer-based close-circuit television (CCTV) system which can identify and track suspicious behavior and alert automatically to... More


Sunday, 2006-12-10

TU Vienna takes victory in virtual bank heist

The We_0wn_Y0u team from the TU Vienna has won this year's international Capture the Flag (CTF) hacking competition, organised by the University of California in Santa Barbara (UCSB). In second and third place were the Wizards of DoS from the TU... More


Thursday, 2006-11-16

Reactions without walls

Levitating droplets of ionic liquids might sound like a magical illusion, but scientists have found real benefits in using these solvents for containerless chemistry. More


Monday, 2006-10-09

Just An Attosecond

The latest research in atomic clocks, attosecond laser experiments, and ultracold neutral plasmas were among the featured topics at the 2006 annual meeting of the APS Division of Atomic, Molecular and Optical Physics. The DAMOP meeting took place May... More


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