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Elementsynthese der Sterne im Labor

Die junge Physikerin Claudia Lederer hat am CERN Kernreaktionen von Sternen erfolgreich gemessen: Die Ergebnisse helfen bei der Berechnung der noch nicht vollständig geklärten Elementsynthese in Sternen und wurden im Fachmagazin...

Wiener Science Lectures: "The crazy world of Quantum Land" attracts more than 100 pupils

At the beginning of the New Year, CoQuS and HEPHY students shared their enthusiasm for the wonders of science with over 100 pupils visiting the Faculty of Physics. In multi-media presentations the pupils were invited to imagine...

Soft Lego built in the computer

Barbara Capone of the Computational Physics Group of the University of Vienna has developed a new method for the construction of building blocks at the nanoscale. The researcher in Soft Matter Physics, who works at the group of...

Nature article highlights Viennese research

Physicists around Christos Likos published in December 2012 an article in Physical Review Letters, in which a new form of self-assembly of soft matter has been demonstrated. The work has been highlighted in a Nature article....

Quantenwelt: "Unabhängig von Raum und Zeit"

Laut Einsteins Relativitätstheorie kann eine Ursache nie schneller als die Lichtgeschwindigkeit sein und Wirkung erzeugen. In der Quantenwelt wäre dies möglich. Physiker rund um Anton Zeilinger haben den bisherigen...

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