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Stable thanks to dynamics: DNA component resists UV radiation


Complex computer simulations have, for the first time, allowed scientists to examine in detail the processes that help to ensure the stability of DNA when exposed to UV light. The findings, achieved primarily in relation to DNA component 9H-adenine, have been published in the Journal of the ...


Borealis takes high-speed route to new product development

New lab reactors in Linz already yielding better-than-expected results


All polypropylene reactors in a new laboratory at the Borealis Innovation headquarters in Linz, Austria, are now up and running and yielding results well beyond original expectations, according ot the company. The reactors will form an important part of the company's strategy to accelerate ...


Borealis awards innovative polymer prizes to Austrian and Italian scholars


Two students carrying out important research on polyolefins have been recognized by Borealis under its new Student Innovation Award scheme. The students will receive their awards at the annual Innovation Day that Borealis is celebrating in Linz, Austria, on January 21, 2009. For his doctoral ...


Fluxion Moves into Germany and Austria with New Distribution Agreement

IUL Instruments GmbH to Distribute BioFlux Line of Live Cell Imaging Products


Fluxion Biosciences announced an exclusive distribution agreement with IUL Instruments GmbH. IUL, based in Königswinter, Germany, will handle sales and service in Germany and Austria of Fluxion’s BioFlux™ research tools for live cell image analysis in drug discovery. "The distribution ...


Laser Ablation Specialist Wins European Award for Plasma Spectrochemistry 2009

Agilent Technologies Donates Plasma Prize


The winner of the fourth European Award for Plasma Spectrochemistry is Dr. Annemie Bogaerts, professor of Physical Chemistry at the University of Antwerp, Belgium, as announced by the independent award panel. The “Plasma Prize,” donated by Agilent Technologies Inc., is awarded every two years to ...


EUR 3 Million for Plastics Engineering Studies in Linz

OMV, Borealis and JKU sign EUR 3 million agreement on initial and further development of plastics activities


From winter semester 2009/10, Johannes Kepler University Linz (JKU, Austria) will offer a completely new programme of Bachelor and Master degrees in Material Sciences focused on Plastics Engineering. The disciplines of Plastics Engineering, Polymer Chemistry and Mechatronics will form the ...


Azelis creates platform in Austria


Azelis has created a new company, Azelis Austria, following the purchase of the distribution assets of Weinzierl GmBH. The opportunity to do this came from the owners’, Mr Deisenhammer and Mr Eigel, decision to separate their company’s distribution arm from the production of cosmetics and ...


Relationship between quantum dots: Stability and reproduction


Theoretical proof of stable and measurable states extending over two quantum dots and creating offspring has now been provided for the first time. This supports the notion of what is known as Quantum Darwinism, which makes the selection and reproduction of quantum mechanical states responsible ...


AMI Agrolinz Melamine International further consolidates its position in the fertilizer market


Through its fully owned subsidiary, LINZER AGRO TRADE, AMI Agrolinz Melamine International GmbH is now strengthening both its competence and extending its role as Europe's largest fertilizer wholesaler to include Eastern Europe. The foundation of sales companies in Romania and Serbia constitutes ...


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