Research of the "Faculty for Exploration"

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04.05.2017
 

Under the leadership of the Environmental Sciences Research Network of the University of Vienna, the key national actors in long-term ecological...

07.04.2017
 

500 hours of observation at the European Southern Observatory (ESO) in the Atacama Desert: an outstanding opportunity for astronomers João Alves and...

28.02.2017
 

Ancient rocks in the Pilbara region of Western Australia might serve as the earliest signatures of life on Earth. A number of studies suggest that...

09.01.2017
 

The Orion A molecular cloud is home to thousands of young stars and the nearest known massive star factory, lying about 1,350 light-years from Earth....

07.11.2016
 

Astronomers of the Universities of Tübingen and Vienna are investigating the basic principles of the formation of stars - "How do massive stars form?"...

02.09.2016
 

Ammonia oxidizing archaea play an important role in the nitrogen cycle on Earth. In order to oxidize ammonia to nitrite, the single-celled...

01.09.2016
 

Icing events at wind turbines can cause a shutdown of the energy production. In order to optimise operation management of wind farms in winter...

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Image brochure "Meet the Faculty for Exploration"

The Faculty of Earth Sciences, Geography and Astronomy published for the first time in 2016 a brochure presenting the Faculty's research activities and study programmes (in English). We kindly invite you to meet the "Faculty for Exploration"! Direct access to our research articles: