Read more about the article Immunotherapy Chip Could Create Customised Cures
Physicist Dr Larysa Baraban, poses in undated photo. She was awarded an ERC Consolidator Grant to continue developing bio-nanosensors for medical diagnostics at the Helmholtz-Zentrum Dresden-Rossendorf, in Dresden, Germany. (HZDR/Newsflash)

Immunotherapy Chip Could Create Customised Cures

A researcher developing a miracle microchip that can identify cancer cells and predict how they will act has been awarded a EUR 2 million grant to develop the tech. The…

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Read more about the article Adriatic Ecosystems Withstand Major Climate Shifts But Wither Under Human Impact
Adriatic mollusks have proven to be incredibly resilient to climate change, weathering the last ice age with nearly no long-term effects. (Fabio Negri/Newsflash)

Adriatic Ecosystems Withstand Major Climate Shifts But Wither Under Human Impact

Human activities rather than climate change are having a more devastating effect on mollusk communities according to new research. An analysis of more than 70,000 fossils indicates that mollusk communities…

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Read more about the article Construction Of Worlds Largest Telescope In Chilean Desert Making Progress After COVID Delays
Construction work on the world's largest telescope for looking at the sky, ESO's Extremely Large Telescope (ELT), on 31st January, in Antofagasta, Chile. (G. Hudepohl-atacamaphoto.com-ESO/Newsflash)

Construction Of Worlds Largest Telescope In Chilean Desert Making Progress After COVID Delays

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Construction at the world's biggest telescope in a Chilean desert is "making progress" following delays caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. The Extremely Large Telescope (ELT) is under construction on top…

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Read more about the article Mountains Of Nanoplastic Deposits From London And Paris Found At 3106-Metre Altitude In Alps
Scientists ascending to the research station in the Hohe Tauern National Park in Austria. (ZAMG, Niedermoser/Newsflash)

Mountains Of Nanoplastic Deposits From London And Paris Found At 3106-Metre Altitude In Alps

Microscopic pieces of plastic from European cities such as London and Paris have been detected in the Austrian Alps at about 3,106 metres above sea level. Recent measurements taken at…

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Read more about the article Shipwreck That Led To First European Settlers In Australia Reveals Seafaring Domination Secrets
Artists impression of the 1629 Batavia ship with a white line indicating the preserved section of the port-side transom raised from the shipwreck site. (Ross Shardlow/Newsflash)

Shipwreck That Led To First European Settlers In Australia Reveals Seafaring Domination Secrets

A study into the timber used to build the Batavia ship that ended up sinking off the coast of West Australia in the 17th century resulting in the first official…

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Read more about the article Fake Vax Certificate For Adolf Hitler Accepted On EU COVID-19 Green Pass Apps
Newsflash ran the QR code through the Austrian version of the COVID-19 vaccination certificate app, which is called Gruener Pass, and it was also accepted as valid. (Newsflash)

Fake Vax Certificate For Adolf Hitler Accepted On EU COVID-19 Green Pass Apps

A fake COVID-19 vaccination certificate made out to 'Adolf Hitler' is being accepted by European vaccination apps including in Austria where the dictator was born. The COVID-19 vaccination certificate, made…

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Read more about the article Central European Prehistory Was Highly Dynamic And Shaped By At Least Three Migratory Events
Richly endowed Early Bronze Age burial from Bohemian region located in the Czech Republic.

Central European Prehistory Was Highly Dynamic And Shaped By At Least Three Migratory Events

Archaeological studies have revealed that human migration played a huge role in Central Europe‚Äôs progress after scientists identified at least three new major events that shaped the continent's prehistory. Recent…

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Read more about the article Another Large Snake Turns Up In Austrian OAPs Toilet Due To Popularity Of Exotic Pets
The boa that appeared in the toilet of Eva Kastner in Floridsdorf, Vienna, in Austria, on 8 July 2021.

Another Large Snake Turns Up In Austrian OAPs Toilet Due To Popularity Of Exotic Pets

Cops in Austria have been called out to another case of a snake appearing in someone's toilet in what is becoming a bizarre trend in the central European nation. The…

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Read more about the article Palaeontologists Discover 93-Million-Year-Old Winged Shark
Reconstruction of the newly discovered fossil shark Aquilolamna milarcae found in the municipality of Vallecillo in Mexico with its noticeably enlarged pectoral fins.

Palaeontologists Discover 93-Million-Year-Old Winged Shark

A prehistoric shark with wing-like fins for whizzing through the oceans has been discovered by a team of European and Mexican palaeontologists. The 93-million-year-old eagle shark from the Cretaceous period…

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