Risk factors for Parkinson’s disease: progress in research
A study proves the protective function of the RIT2 gene
Exploring Engagement in a Complex World
How to foster dialog and engagement between science and society? At the European Science Engagement Conference EUSEA – held at Eurac Research - experts from all over Europe shared ...
"It had to be built from scratch"
Conversations between disciplines: interview with librarian Antje Messerschmidt and event manager Pier Paolo Mariotti.
Open access answers for an emerging city
Most people haven’t heard of Phuthaditjhaba but what’s happening there can provide insights to some of the greatest challenges we are facing in terms of climate change, ...
What Ancient DNA Reveals About Modern Diseases
Paleopathologist Albert Zink explains how to untangle the chaos of ancient genetic traces and why blood vessel calcification is not just due to a bad lifestyle.
"The biggest challenge is the overabundance of information"
Conversations between disciplines: interview with neurologist Peter Pramstaller and electronic engineer Roberto Monsorno.
The Trojan horse of the butterflies
What makes the Black-spotted Large Blue butterfly so special and so endangered?
"Most of the time, those affected become the real experts"
Conversations between disciplines: interview with economic geographer Thomas Streifeneder and lawyer Eva Maria Moar.
"Europe needs an innovation shift, now!"
EARTO - the European Association of Research and Technology Organizations held their annual convention in Italy for the first time.
The human factor
Mathematical models for drought management would be more effective if they used social and cultural variables - how these solutions can best be integrated is the subject of current ...
Connecting the Dots
A blog on how to make sense of what is going on in the world of science. Unagitated opinions, backed by science.
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Snow and Ice
High school (from 14 years)
Snow defines the winter landscape, provides vital water resources for ecosystems and agriculture and creates jobs. But climate change is threatening snow. How has snow changed in South Tyrol? What is expected in the future and what will the consequences be?
The History of South Tyrol
This e-learning course explores in detail the history of South Tyrol from the end of the 19th century to the early 21th century. It is based, among several other studies, on Georg Grote's book The South Tyrolean Question: 1866-2010.
The Autonomy of South Tyrol
Would you like to deepen your knowledge of South Tyrol? In our E-learning course researchers explain the history, the design and the most important legal aspects of the Autonomy of South Tyrol.