By offering numerous Citizen Science projects, TU Graz invites fellow citizens to participate in scientific activities and projects.
Engagement and science education initiatives at TU Graz for children, adolescents and adults
Science meets society at Science Events – get to know and understand one another.
TU Graz is committed to supporting an intensive and responsible dialogue between academicians in the technical and natural sciences and members of civil society. It fulfils its social responsibility in many ways and very consciously. Acceptance and mutual understanding form the basis that allows members of society and science to jointly accept and meet the challenge of the future.
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The HeDi project, which stands for Hail Event Data Interface, is hail research that you can participate in. People from all over Austria can share their observations of thunderstorms via a digital platform with researchers at TU Graz and thus contribute valuable information that helps reduce hail damage.
Press release (in German)
Which and how many of the microorganisms found on apples are useful or potentially harmful for humans? Young people check out apples from their own garden and study their microbial composition.
The project took place as part of the Sparkling Science research programme and was funded by the BMBWF (Austrian Federal Ministry of Education, Science and Research). Projects in this programme allow researchers to work side by side with young people to address current research questions.
Austria's largest academic Maker Space in the Schumpeter Laboratory for Innovation serves as a platform for exchange and networking between the Maker Community and university researchers and teachers. Every Thursday afternoon, ambitious Makers can share their ideas and create designs at TU Graz.
Researchers at TU Graz have successfully tested a cheap and fully automatic pollen sensor prototype and are now making their knowledge freely available so everyone can use it.
Children and adolescents between the ages of 10 and 19 dive into the world of technology and the natural sciences. The diverse programme of TU Graz summer courses makes this possible.
Develop your own games, produce interactive music videos, program animations and apps – or simply learn how to shape the digital world with the Pocket Code learning tool.
The iMoox.at platform enables the entire population to access university content. In MOOCs (Massive Open Online Courses), interested people can learn more about various topics in free online courses.
The Kinderuni Graz (Children's University Graz) has been designed to get children excited about science and research. In lectures and workshops, the young audience learns from and experiments with lecturers from the Graz universities.
Kinderuni Graz (in German)
Every 2 years, TU Graz researchers present their innovative findings and ground-breaking technologies to a wide audience on one evening: the Long Night of Research.
Scientists at TU Graz regularly present their current research on stage at the Science Slam Austria in only six minutes, creatively and with a lot of humour. Some of them have already won the Styrian and even the Austrian Science Slam.
How beautiful is research at TU Graz? We proudly display this beauty in the TU Graz SciPix photo competition. TU Graz employees display the beauty of the scientific work through impressive photos.