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Articles by Vienna University of Technology

3D-Printed Material to Replace Ivory

by Vienna University of Technology
With an elephant-friendly alternative to ivory developed by TU Wien and Cubicure, old artefacts can be restored with high precision

The Mechanics of the Immune System

by Vienna University of Technology
When T cells of our immune system become active, tiny forces play an important role;  it is now possible to observe these forces directly using microscopy methods

Decoding Material Wear with Supercomputers

by Vienna University of Technology
For the first time, complex computer simulations have become so powerful that wear and friction of real materials can be simulated on an atomic scale

New Quasi-Particle Discovered: The Pi-Ton

by Vienna University of Technology
Researchers had been looking for something completely different, but they found a previously unknown quasi-particle: A bound state of two electrons, two holes, and light 

Bioprinting: Living Cells in a 3D Printer

by Vienna University of Technology
With a new process developed at TU Wien (Vienna), living cells can be integrated into fine structures created in a 3D printer—extremely fast and with very high resolution