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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.
Brightly colored intestinal microbes seem to float in space.

Researchers at TU Graz Decipher Enzyme Scissors of Intestinal Microbes

Flavonoids & Co: Microorganisms in the human gut utilise so-called beta-elimination to break down plant natural products and thus make them available to humans.

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Barbara GIGLER
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Philipp JARKE
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currently on maternity leave

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From the Lab to the Street: How TU Graz is Making Driver Assistance Systems Safer

In the Christian Doppler laboratory under his direction, Franz Wotawa has developed test and monitoring procedures with company partner AVL that make current driver assistance systems safer.

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Horst Bischof Congratulates Harald Kainz on Receiving High Honours from the Republic of Austria and the State of Styria

The former Rector of Graz University of Technology, Harald Kainz, received the Grand Decoration of Honour in Gold from both the Republic of Austria and the State of Styria for his services during his twelve years in office.

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Inauguration of New TU Graz Rector Horst Bischof: “We are shaping the future”

Horst Bischof was inaugurated as Rector of TU Graz at a festive ceremony.

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A logo showing a computer chip with the word CacheWarp written on it.

New CPU Vulnerability Makes Virtual Machine Environments Vulnerable

Researchers at TU Graz and the Helmholtz Centre for Information Security have identified a security vulnerability that could allow data on virtual machines with AMD processors to fall under the control of attackers.

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A man is sitting in front of a screen attanding a videoconference.

"Zoom Fatigue": Exhaustion caused by video conferencing proven on a neurophysiological level for the first time

Using EEG and ECG data, researchers at the University of Applied Sciences Upper Austria and Graz University of Technology were able to prove that video conferences and online education formats lead to greater fatigue than face-to-face alternatives.

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NXP Supports TU Graz with 450,000 US Dollars

With a donation made by its foundation, the manufacturer of semiconductors is supporting scholarships and the setup of an ultra-wideband laboratory at Campus Inffeldgasse.

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A plant grows out of a computer chip

Novel Education Programmes for Sustainable Microchips Made in Europe

An international project led by TU Graz brings together 15 universities, companies and research institutions with the aim of training urgently needed specialists for the semiconductor industry. The EU is funding the project to the tune of 7.15 million euros.

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Proven for the First Time: The Microbiome of Fruit and Vegetables Positively Influences Diversity in the Gut

In a meta-study, a research team from the Institute of Environmental Biotechnology at TU Graz has provided evidence that the consumption of fruit and vegetables contributes positively to bacterial diversity in the human gut.

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Uni Graz and TU Graz launch joint Christian Doppler Laboratory for novel sensors

In the "Christian Doppler Laboratory for Structured Matter Based Sensing", a team led by Alexander Bergmann and Peter Banzer is researching the fundamentals of structured materials and light fields as well as their applications. The facility is funded by the Federal Ministry of Labour and Economy.

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