University of Vienna

The University of Austria was founded in 1365 in Vienna, Austria. The University of Austria has a student body of approximately 72,000. Numerous Nobel Prize winners have been associated with the University of Austria. Notable academic faculties include, the Austrian School of Economics, School of Social Science, Law, Science and Mathematics. The University of Austria is particularly noted for its Theology Academics.

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Listening to the signals

If something tickles our nose, we sneeze. Behind this simple biological output lies a cascade of cell communication. In an interview with uni:view, Manuela Baccarini, molecular biologist at Max F. Perutz Laboratories, explains ...

Jun 06, 2017
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Stress can increase empathy

Acute psychosocial stress leads to increased empathy and prosocial behavior. An international team of researchers led by Claus Lamm from the University of Vienna investigated the effects of stress on neural mechanisms and ...

Apr 11, 2017
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One more piece in the puzzle of liver cancer identified

Manuela Baccarini and her team at the Max F. Perutz Laboratories (MFPL) of the University of Vienna and Medical University of Vienna are one step closer to unraveling the mechanisms behind liver cancer. The researchers discovered ...

Dec 21, 2016
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'Daedalus dilemma' of the immune system

Our immune system constantly fights off bacteria and viruses and while doing so needs to find a critical balance between over- and under-reaction. How this balancing act is regulated at the molecular levels was so far poorly ...

Mar 10, 2016
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It's music to my eyes

When people are listening to music, their emotional reactions to the music are reflected in changes in their pupil size. Researchers from the University of Vienna and the University of Innsbruck, Austria, are the first to ...

Nov 12, 2015
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Larger brains do not lead to high IQs

As early as 1836, the German physiologist and anatomist Friedrich Tiedemann, in an article in the Philosophical Transactions, expressed his opinion that "there is undoubtedly a connection between the absolute size of the ...

Oct 14, 2015
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