Research and Technology Development from Austria

JOANNEUM RESEARCH, headquartered in Graz,  is a successful national and internationally active research institution owned by the Austrian federal states of Styria, Carinthia and Burgenland. Ideally embedded in the national and international innovation network, our researchers innovate in three high-level fields of expertise: “Information and Production Technologies”, “Human Technologies and Medicine”, and “Society and Sustainability”. We use our ideas, innovative power and considerable research experience to support companies both private and public not only with the development of technology, methods and products, but also with societal topics.

In Focus: Sensor Technologies
Researchers at Osaka University and JOANNEUM RESEARCH develop ultrathin self-powered e-health patches that can monitor a user’s pulse and blood…
Tracking lung cancer with sensors in medical diagnostics
3 Questions for DI Dr Franz Graf on Acoustic Sensor Technologies
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DIGITAL has been accepted as a member of the CLAIRE Research and Innovation Network, helping to ensure European excellence in all areas of AI, with a…
One year after the project launch, the NextGenMicrofluidics consortium celebrated the project's major technological progress and the foundation of the…

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29
Jun

84. Digitaldialog - Digital Forest Twin

Online, 17:00 - 19:00

01
Jul

Energiegespräche im Obstgarten - Perspektiven für Energiegemeinschaften

Biohof Birnstingl-Gottinger, Gottingerweg 9, 8054 Seiersberg, 16:00 - 20:00

26
Aug

Europäisches Forum Alpbach 2021 - The Great Transformation

Alpbach, from 09:00 (multi-day)

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