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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.

Gruppe von Tu Graz-Forschenden vor einem Massenspektrometer

TU Graz researchers discover new sediment archive for historical climate research

Geological investigations of low-temperature young deposits on the Styrian Erzberg provide paleoclimatology with new data on the earth's history and its development.

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8010 Graz, Austria

Barbara GIGLER
Press officer
Phone: +43 316 873 6006
Mobile: +43 664 60 873 6006

Susanne EIGNER
Phone: +43 316 873 4566
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Christoph PELZL
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Personengruppe bei Klimakammern-Prüfstand

TU Graz and AVL launch Battery Safety Center Graz

At the heart of the research centre are climate chambers for targeted battery ageing under a wide variety of conditions, as well as novel mechanical test environments, including a highly dynamic crash facility for charged batteries.

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Eine Frau und zwei Männer stehen nebeneinander

Starting signal for FET Open projects: Visionary research on biocatalysts, nanostructures and ultrafast information processing

Over the next few years, work will be carried out at TU Graz on cell factories for industrial algae biotechnology, on a rapid prototyping approach for micro- and nanodevices and on new paradigms for ultra-fast information processing.

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3 Herren vor einem Röntgenmessgerät

New findings pave the way to environmentally friendly supercapacitors

Similar to batteries, supercapacitors are suitable for the repeated storage of electrical energy. TU Graz researchers have presented a particularly safe and sustainable variant of such a supercapacitor in Nature Communications.

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Runde durchsichtige Dose mit grünen Strichen, dahinter das Gesicht einer Frau.

Cyanobacteria as "green" catalysts in biotechnology

Researchers from TU Graz and Ruhr University Bochum show in the journal ACS Catalysis how the catalytic activity of cyanobacteria, also known as blue-green algae, can be significantly increased. This brings biotechnological and thus eco-friendly application a big step closer.

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Mann mit Brille vor Bildschirm und Apparatur

Ecological power storage battery made of vanillin

Researchers at TU Graz have found a way to convert the aromatic substance vanillin into a redox-active electrolyte material for liquid batteries. The technology is an important step towards ecologically sustainable energy storage.

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TU Graz-Forscher steht hinter Computer-Bildschirm

Houska Prize 2020 goes to TU Graz researcher Harald Plank

With the research project "3D-Nanoprinting", Harald Plank from the Institute of Electron Microscopy and Nanoanalysis at TU Graz won the Houska Prize in the category "University Research", which is endowed with 150,000 euros.

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Sensor im Vordergrund eine Pinzette mit Ein-Cent-Münze

Styrian technological innovation: The smallest particle sensor in the world - made in Graz

TU Graz, ams and Silicon Austria Labs has developed a compact and energy-efficient sensor for mobile devices, which informs users in real time about the fine dust content in the air and warns them in case of elevated values.

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Vier Herren mit Bauhelm vor einem Mäuerchen mit Grundstein-Rollen

Foundation Stone laid for two new Research Centres at TU Graz

On Campus Inffeldgasse of Graz University of Technology, Bundesimmobiliengesellschaft is constructing two new buildings: the "Data House" and the "SAL building". The total project volume is about 55 million euros.

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Frau mit Brille neben Metallgegenständen

ERC Starting Grant for TU Graz researcher Birgitta Schultze-Bernhardt

The physicist receives the renowned prize for her project to investigate the interaction between UV light and matter in spectral ranges that have not yet been extensively researched. Birgitta Schultze-Bernhardt was already honored this year with the Austrian Science Fund FWF's START Prize.

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