Scientists of the University of Salzburg developed a method to determine the relationship between indigenous flora and fauna and the new, introduced species. This allows new insights into ecological processes and consequences of climate change for animals and plants.
Extracorporeal Shock Wave Therapy (ESWT) Can Heal Muscle Injuries Faster.
The occurrence of muscle injuries while playing sports for recreational athletes, and especially for competitive athletes, is not to be underestimated. For athletes, it is essential that injuries heal as quickly as possible so that they can complete their training and return to preparation for competitions.
Summer University 2016: World Heritage, Cultural Heritage Protection and Communication
From 7 to 14 August, a collaborative course offered by the Department of Communication Studies, University of Salzburg, and the Institute of Journalism and Communication Studies, University of Vienna, will take place. Participation is open to students from both universities after the successful completion of the application process. Detailed information on admission requirements and the course program....
In the Footsteps of the Armenian Prisoners-of-War of the Habsburg Empire in the First World War
In the chequered Armenian history, which is marked by genocide, another dark chapter has now been illuminated. The Salzburger Armenologin, Jasmine Dum-Tragut, pursued as the first researcher, traces of 200 Armenian POWs who were imprisoned in the in the camps of k.u.k. Monarchy during World War I; among them in the warehouse in Grödig/Salzburg.
Biosimilars - Drug of the Future? - University of Salzburg Presented Collaborative Research in a New Short Film
Whether cancer, diabetes or an autoimmune disease - drugs that are produced with modern biotechnology are often the only help for those with life-threatening illnesses. However, such biopharmaceuticals are also particularly expensive. So…, how can life-saving drugs remain affordable for all of us?