Austrian Academy of Sciences


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Austrian Academy of Sciences

 

(Österreichische Akademie der Wissenschaften), founded in 1847 in Vienna as the Imperial Academy of Sciences and renamed the Academy of Sciences in 1918, assuming its present name in 1947. The Austrian Academy of Sciences has two sections: mathematics and the natural sciences, and philosophy and history. The academy has 351 members (1968), and its library has 100,000 volumes. It publishes the Almanach, the Anzeiger (Index) of the works of the academy in two series (one for each section), Sitzungsberichte (Report of Meetings), and Denkshriften (Proceedings) for the academy as a whole and for each of the two sections.

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This article is an abridged version of my contribution to Series 10 of the Sound Documents from the Phonogrammarchiv of the Austrian Academy of Sciences which was published in 2006.
IMBA is a subsidiary of the Austrian Academy of Sciences, a sponsor of non-university academic research.
11 April 2014 - Dutch genetic-testing specialist Qiagen (ETR:QIA) said yesterday it had secured an exclusive worldwide licence to the biomarker calreticulin (CALR) from CeMM Vienna, the research center for molecular medicine of the Austrian Academy of Sciences.
As part of a recipe to grow human brain tissue, researchers at the Austrian Academy of Sciences in Vienna and colleagues injected stem cells into droplets of gelatinous protein goo.
Instead of using so-called patterning growth factors to achieve this, scientists at the Institute of Molecular Biotechnology (1MBA) of the Austrian Academy of Sciences (OeAW) fine-tuned growth conditions and provided a conducive environment.
Instead of using so-called patterning growth factors to achieve this, scientists at the Institute of Molecular Biotechnology (IMBA) of the Austrian Academy of Sciences (OeAW) fine-tuned growth conditions and provided a conducive environment.
Rather than using traditional methods to achieve growth, the researchers, led by Dr Jurgen Knoblich at the Molecular Biotechnology of the Austrian Academy of Sciences, fine-tuned conditions to encourage cells to grow into different brain tissues.
This first large-scale academic study of employers' liability and workers' compensation is the result of a research project by the European Centre of Tort and Insurance Law in collaboration with the Institute for European Tort Law at the Austrian Academy of Sciences.
A DNA test was attempted, Hilke Thur, an archaeologist at the Austrian Academy of Sciences and a former director of excavations at the site where the bones were found said.
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The event is sponsored by the Austrian Academy of Sciences, the IEEE Instrumentation and Measurement Society and the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST).
8 The objective of this procurement procedure is to conclude a contract for the supply and commissioning of an HPC cluster for the Austrian Academy of Sciences - Johann Radon Institute for Computational and Applied Mathematics.

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