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Overview: Media Service

The Media Service page contains press releases on current developments involving TU Graz as well as facts and figures and image material in print quality. The Media Service team is the central contact point for journalists, arranges contacts with interview subjects and supports members of TU Graz in their publicity work.
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TU Graz researchers revolutionise production of biocompatible microfibres

Using a newly developed method for the efficient and cost-effective production of biocompatible microfibres, the production of autologous skin and organs can be significantly accelerated.

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Barbara GIGLER
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Phone: +43 316 873 6066
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Smart Artificial Skin in Application Check Stage: TU Graz Researcher Wins ERC Proof of Concept Grant

The smart skin developed by Anna Coclite has many potential applications. With an ERC Proof of Concept Grant, the researcher is exploring its practical applications.

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TU Graz Researchers Produce Pseudouridine by means of Biocatalytic Synthesis

The new and patented method for the production of the important mRNA vaccine component pseudouridine is more efficient, sustainable and cost-effective than the previously used chemical synthesis.

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New CD Laboratory at TU Graz: Data-Controlled Condition Monitoring in Steel Production

In the new Christian Doppler Laboratory for Reliable Systems in Harsh Environments, researchers at TU Graz, supported by the refractories group RHI Magnesita, are focusing on data-driven condition monitoring in the steel production process.

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Decarbonisation of Energy Systems: Research Center ENERGETIC

Urgent questions from the energy industry and energy analytics are the focus of the research centre ENERGETIC, whose opening on 14th April will be flanked by a deep dive workshop on Europe’s energy supply organised by the World Energy Council.

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Meta-Optics Shows Physical Processes in the Attosecond Range

A new type of meta-optics from Harvard has proven its functionality in experiments at Graz University of Technology. With it, it is possible to observe the smallest structures such as nanoparticles or transistors.

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Hidden Ice Melt in the Himalaya: Revealing the 'Invisible' Glacier Loss Underwater

A study by a multinational research team with the participation of Graz University of Technology shows that the actual mass loss of numerous glaciers in the Himalayas has been significantly underestimated so far.

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AI Algorithm Puts the Colour Back in Black and White Films

TU Graz has developed an AI-based algorithm that colours black-and-white images realistically. This is particularly interesting for the restoration of historical recordings.

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University Council of TU Graz newly Constituted: Christa Neuper is Chair

In its meeting of 9th March 2023, the University Council of TU Graz elected Christa Neuper to head the important governing body. Deputy chair is Mariana Karepova. Georg List was elected as the seventh member.

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„TU Graz Super Science Space“: A Science Lab for Children and Young People

In the new STE(A)M laboratory at TU Graz, children and young people can experience the world of mathematics, informatics, natural science, art and technology for themselves in a varied and age-appropriate way.

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