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JKU Researcher Leads International Nano Research Project

When it comes to addressing various global challenges ranging from healthcare, energy, and the environment, to information technologies,…

Professor Schöfberger

JKU Researcher Develops Electrode Catalyst for Air-Zinc Batteries

In order to accumulate renewable energy and access it when needed, a considerable amount of electricity storage is needed. Prof. Schöfberger is…

Professor Christoph Teller

JKU Study: Inflation Continues to Control Consumer Behavior

According to Statistics Austria, inflation dropped in March, but consumers have not yet responded accordingly.


JKU Research: Current SARS-CoV-2 Variants Attach Faster, Longer, and Stronger

Delta and Omicron, the current SARS-CoV-2 variants, have spike-like projections that attach themselves to human cells faster, longer, and stronger.

The Christian Doppler Laboratory VaSiCS team (from l to r): Rick Rabiser, Antonio Manuel Gutierrez Fernandez, Hafiyyan Sayyid Fadhlillah, Markus Unterdechler, Shubham Sharma, Philipp Bauer, Lisa Sonnleithner, Elene Kutsia, Ursula Schwarzgruber, Alois Zoitl; photo credit: Kneidinger-Photography

Successful Two-Year Evaluation of the Christian Doppler Lab VaSiCS

Located at the LIT Cyber-Physical Systems Lab, the laboratory successfully passed its two-year evaluation.

MycelioTronics in electronics.

"MycelioTronics" – Fungal Mycelium Skin for Electronics

JKU researchers recently began using glossy paint fungus skin (Ganoderma lucidum) as a substrate for electronic components.