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28. September 2022

People Who Feel Less Pain Are Also Less Willing to Help Others:

A reduced ability to feel pain in one's own body leads to a reduced willingness to help others who feel pain. This result of a study published in Psychological Science by cognitive psychologists at the University of Vienna led by Claus Lamm and Helena Hartmann points beyond the individual effects of pain medication to its social costs.

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22. September 2022

Bullet, Nail & Bolt: Penetrating Brain Injuries in Austria:

Nearly half of all patients who are admitted alive to hospital after traumatic brain injury involving objects penetrating the brain are able to survive. That's one of the most surprising findings of a study by Karl Landsteiner University of Health Sciences Krems (KL Krems), the first in Austria to assess the nature, causes and recovery prospects of this type of injury.

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28. September 2022

People Who Feel Less Pain Are Also Less Willing to Help Others:

A reduced ability to feel pain in one's own body leads to a reduced willingness to help others who feel pain. This result of a study published in Psychological Science by cognitive psychologists at the University of Vienna led by Claus Lamm and Helena Hartmann points beyond the individual effects of pain medication to its social costs.

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22. September 2022

Bullet, Nail & Bolt: Penetrating Brain Injuries in Austria:

Nearly half of all patients who are admitted alive to hospital after traumatic brain injury involving objects penetrating the brain are able to survive. That's one of the most surprising findings of a study by Karl Landsteiner University of Health Sciences Krems (KL Krems), the first in Austria to assess the nature, causes and recovery prospects of this type of injury.

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8. September 2022

Comeback of the Combustion Engine: Clean Exhaust Gases Thanks to New Adsorption Technology:

The removal of almost all harmful components from car exhaust gases has now become possible with a new adsorption technology. The technology, which has been widely tested by several of Europe's major automakers, was developed over many years by Austria's Krajete GmbH. Now the technology allows the removal of hydrocarbons as well as carbon monoxide, nitrogen oxides, sulfur dioxide and fine dust particles.

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7. September 2022

Brain Tumor: Anti-Epileptic Drug Promising & Tolerable:

When the anti-epileptic drug levetiracetam (LEV) is administered in the course of tumor removal surgery, cognitive abilities are preserved before and after surgery and the drug is well tolerated. These are the results of a comprehensive study conducted by St. Pölten University Hospital, one of the teaching and research sites of Karl Landsteiner University of Health Sciences (KL Krems).

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25. August 2022

The Southern Arc and its lively genetic history:

A vast paleogenetic study reveals insights on migration patterns, the expansion of farming and language development from the Caucasus over western Asia and Southern Europe from the early Copper Age until the late middle ages.

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24. August 2022

Tilt Compensation Maximizes Precision in 2PP 3D-Printing:

A novel device allows the compensation of miniscule unevennesses in 2PP 3D-printing substrates whilst printing. The so called Substrate Tilt Frame has now been introduced internationally by the market’s innovation leader UpNano GmbH (Austria).

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17. August 2022

The Many Facets of Digital Transformation in Nursing and Geriatric Care:

Nursing care is being digitized at a rapid pace, but many ethical questions about it remain unanswered. Initial answers were provided by an international symposium at which experts exchanged views across disciplines and sectors. The recently published results deal with historical and ethical aspects of digitalization in nursing as well as the impact on training.

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10. August 2022

United Startups of Europe For Smart & Sustainable Regions:

he European University Alliance E³UDRES² rallies European startups behind the development of smart and sustainable regions. With its first open call, the alliance launches a pan-European network that unites startups across Europe and connects them with higher education institutions and regions. The network called E.I.N.S. provides startups with access to trainings and lectures, consulting and mentoring, shared infrastructure and joint activities at several Innovation Hubs across Europe.

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20. July 2022

Higher Voice Pitch Lets Female Faces Appear Younger:

Psychologists and biologists around Christina Krumpholz and Helmut Leder from the University of Vienna investigated whether voice pitch can influence how female faces are evaluated. Their conclusion: a higher voice does indeed influence how the corresponding face is evaluated.

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