The famous 30,000-year-old Venus from Willendorf figurine will be the central theme of a new Universum episode which will be broadcasted on the International Women’s Day on 8th March 2022. Shooting also took place in the new “University Biology Building – UBB” in the Vienna µCT Lab.
Vice Rector Jean-Robert Tyran welcomed a delegation from HEAS in his office at main campus of University of Vienna to celebrate the successful implementation of the new research network (Forschungsverbund). From left to right – Prof. Ron Pinhasi, Prof. Tom Higham, Vice Rector Jean-Robert Tyran, Prof., Katerina Douka, Prof. Gerhard Weber, Prof. Immo Trinks
The Kick-Off Meeting for Heas took place on Friday 12th November in Vienna. The members contributed to a planning session both online and in person which was hosted at the new UBB in the 3rd district. With over 500 years of collective experience in the room, the discussion included joint projects, funding, maintaining momentum, shared resources and strategic priorities for new infrastructure. There was also lively discussion about the planning of network activities for the coming year.
In the framework of a scientific cooperation between the University of Vienna, Vienna, Institute for Archaeological Science (VIAS), the Central Institute for Meteorology and Geodynamics and the new research centre for manor houses around the Baltic at Greifswald University, the buried foundations of Putbus Castle on the German peninsula of Rügen have been mapped in great detail. Links:read more on www.zeit.de read more on www.ndr.de