30 Works

Classification of research data and storage systems

Thomas Haselwanter & Heike Thöricht

From zero deforestation to zero illegality: Discussing practices of territorialization in Southwest Pará

Michael Klingler & Philipp Mack
Presentation given at the 2nd Austrian Conference on International Resource Politics: Resources for a social-ecological transformation, 28th February - 2nd March 2019, Innsbruck/Austria.
Environmental policy changes and supply chain interventions greatly influenced the post-2004 deforestation slowdown in the Brazilian Amazon. Nevertheless, since 2012 deforestation rates are on the rise again. Especially in Southwest Pará, where the frontier dynamics of speculative deforestation and illegal cattle ranching are ubiquitous, deforestation is far from ‘zero’. Even though a series...

Young adults weathering the COVID-19 pandemic: They are not a “lost generation”!

Tabea Bork-Hueffer & Katja Kaufmann
Blog posting on the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on young adults and their future.

Sinop: The city that popped-up in the middle of nowhere

Veit Badde
Blog posting on the city Sinop in Brazil.

Masterarbeit: Sexuelle Gewalt: Eine religionspädagogische Perspektive. Implikationen infolge einer Analyse der katholischen Soziallehre

Johannes Brunner
ÖRF - Jg. 28 (2020), H. Heft: H. 2: Nachhaltiges Lernen, S. 228-232

Struggling the Beast

Ulrich Pallua

Data from: On the objectivity, reliability, and validity of deep learning enabled bioimage analyses

Dennis Segebarth, Matthias Griebel, Nikolai Stein, Cora R. Von Collenberg, Corinna Martin, Dominik Fiedler, Lucas B. Comeras, Anupam Sah, Victoria Schoeffler, Theresa Lüffe, Alexander Dürr, Rohini Gupta, Manju Sasi, Christina Lillesaar, Maren D. Lange, Ramon O. Tasan, Nicolas Singewald, Hans-Christian Pape, Christoph M. Flath & Robert Blum
Bioimage analysis of fluorescent labels is widely used in the life sciences. Recent advances in deep learning (DL) allow automating time-consuming manual image analysis processes based on annotated training data. However, manual annotation of fluorescent features with a low signal-to-noise ratio is somewhat subjective. Training DL models on subjective annotations may be instable or yield biased models. In turn, these models may be unable to reliably detect biological effects. An analysis pipeline integrating data annotation,...

Wolbachia affect behavior and possibly reproductive compatibility but not thermoresistance, fecundity, and morphology in a novel transinfected host, Drosophila nigrosparsa

Matsapume Detcharoen, Wolfgang Arthofer, Francis Jiggins, Florian Steiner & Birgit Schlick-Steiner
Wolbachia, intracellular endosymbionts, are estimated to infect about half of all arthropod species. These bacteria manipulate their hosts in various ways for their maximum benefits. The rising global temperature may accelerate species migration and, thus, horizontal transfer of Wolbachia may occur across species previously not in contact. We transinfected and then cured the alpine fly Drosophila nigrosparsa with Wolbachia strain wMel to study its effects on this species. We found low Wolbachia titer, possibly cytoplasmic...

Researchers and Their Data

Bruno Bauer, Andreas Ferus, Juan Gorraiz, Veronika Gründhammer, Christian Gumpenberger, Nikolaus Maly, Johannes Michael Mühlegger, José Luis Preza, Barbara Sánchez Solís, Nora Schmidt & Christian Steineder
This report provides an overview of the Austria-wide survey for research data, which was carried out within the framework of the project e-Infrastructures Austria at the beginning of 2015. This survey was directed at the scientific and artistic-scientific personnel of 20 public universities and three extramural research institutions in Austria.

The Expansion of the Agribusiness in the Context of Land Grabbing and South-South Relations

Christoph Huber

“I call several times per day”. How new communication tools shape the connectedness of people on the move.

Simon Alexander Peth
Blog posting on how smartphones change the communication of migrants in Singapore.

e-Infrastructures Austria Plus: Projektbericht 2017-2019

Thomas Haselwanter & Heike Thöricht
Der Bericht beschreibt das Projekt E-Infrastructures Austria Plus, ein vom Bundesministerium für Bildung, Wissenschaft und Forschung finanziertes Hochschulraumstrukturmittelprojekt und von neun österreichischen Universitäten getragenes Projekt. Das Projekt setzte sich 2017-2019 zum Ziel, Anwendungen im Bereich eScience in Österreich aufzubauen.

Persistente Identifikatoren

Silvia Gstrein & Christian Kaier
Im HRSM-Projekt e-Infrastructures Austria Plus widmete sich das Arbeitspaket "Persistente Identifikatoren" der Förderung der Zitierbarkeit von Forschenden und Forschungsdaten.

Negotiating Future Foods: Cultural Practices and Nutritional Knowledge in NASA's Space Food Research Programs

Julia-Katharina Neier & Alwin Cubasch

Bekehrung / Konversion

Roman A. Siebenrock

Creation of personas for the selection of an institutional repository for research data

Thomas Haselwanter & Heike Thöricht

Research Lifecycle

Thomas Haselwanter & Heike Thöricht
Im HRSM-Projekt e-Infrastructures Austria Plus widmete sich das Arbeitspaket "Research Lifecycle" der Abbildung von Forschungsprozessen.

Use cases for research data repositories

Thomas Haselwanter & Heike Thöricht

Why does a geographical perspective on Open Access matter?

Christoph Schimmel

Pharmainformation: unabhängige Information für Ärzte/innen

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The Angolan Civil War - A Cold War Microcosm?

Thomas Schwärzler

Stable species boundaries despite ten million years of hybridization in tropical eels

Julia Barth, Chrysoula Gubili, Michael Matschiner, Ole Tørresen, Shun Watanabe, Bernd Egger, Yu-San Han, Eric Feunteun, Ruben Sommaruga, Robert Jehle & Robert Schabetsberger
Genomic evidence is increasingly underpinning that hybridization between taxa is commonplace, challenging our views on the mechanisms that maintain their boundaries. Here, we focus on seven catadromous eel species (genus Anguilla), and use genome-wide sequence data from more than 450 individuals sampled across the tropical Indo-Pacific, morphological information, and three newly assembled draft genomes to compare contemporary patterns of hybridization with signatures of past gene flow across a time-calibrated phylogeny. We show that the seven...

Der transformierte Körper in De Dea Syria

Kordula Schnegg

Der Fall Asmara

Peter Volgger

Registration Year

  • 2020
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Resource Types

  • Text
    25
  • Dataset
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  • Collection
    1

Affiliations

  • University of Innsbruck
    20
  • Universität Innsbruck
    10
  • Innsbruck Medical University
    2
  • TU Wien
    2
  • University of Salzburg
    2
  • University of Applied Sciences Wien
    1
  • Sun Yat-sen University
    1
  • University of Würzburg
    1
  • University of Münster
    1
  • University of Insubria
    1