Parkinson’s research: new approaches for early detection
For the first time, markers have been identified at the cellular level that indicate mitochondrial defects even in the absence of physical symptoms
“The fact that Ötzi is 92 percent Anatolian may come as a surprise to many”
Interview with archaeogeneticist Johannes Krause and anthropologist Albert Zink
Is the air getting too thin for plants?
The experiment on adaptation of alpine species moving to higher altitudes continues
Pride and prejudice sui generis
Why does the topic of gender identity inflame minds? A conversation between the disciplines
Filtering data on kidney function
A look at kidney function biomarkers and associated cardiovascular risk with Epidemiologist Ryosuke Fujii
Free of symptoms but not of fears
Incomplete penetrance in genetic diseases and arrhythmogenic cardiomyopathy
A portrait of every tree
How the city of Merano is using new technology to protect its old trees
The recipe for “lemon pai”
Or rather, the recipe for keeping a minority language such as Mòcheno alive
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.
Discover Eurac Research e+learning (the courses open in a new window)
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.