happy to see the 2nd paper of PhD Student Peter Bock published in Journal of Raman Spectroscopy https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/full/10.1002/jrs.5808
together with ETH Wood Material Science/EMPA. The scientific program included keynote lectures on the principles of important methods followed by paper discussions on recent application in our field. Highlight of the social program was the Stiegl Brewery Tour.
for the paper „Antifungal stilbene impregnation: transport and distribution on the micron-level. Tree Physiology 38, pp. 1526-1537“ http://doi.org/10.1093/treephys/tpy073 https://www.witec.de/resources-and-education/news/post/2019/07/249
We spent a wonderful afternoon at BOKU Versuchsgarten Jedlersdorf, where we sample regularly our walnuts. This afternoon we had a tour around to see and sample many other fascinating and delicious plants. Many thanks to Karl Refenner for enabling our nut (and other fruit:)) sampling throughout the whole season and the nice visit including the weiterlesen…
we are very happy that the fascinating results on the interlocked packing of the polylobate cells in the walnut shells are published in Advanced Science: https://doi.org/10.1002/advs.201900644 supplementary video 2 CT-cell-arrangement supplementary video 1 CLSM stack scan
wonderful weather and really good food – thanks to all bionami members for the great time
We are very happy to announce that the first important paper of Peter Bock „Infrared and Raman spectra of lignin substructures: Coniferyl alcohol, abietin, and coniferyl aldehyde“ is published in the „Journal of Raman Spectroscopy“ https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/epdf/10.1002/jrs.5588 A comprehensive collection of spectra with band assignment is made available in the supplementary materials.
Peter Bock, Martin Felhofer, Nannan Xiao and Notburga Gierlinger attended the 2nd International Plant spectroscopy conference in Berlin from March 25 – 26, 2019.
Bereits zum fünften mal nahmen wir teil am Programm des Stadtschulrats Wien „Junior Science Club“. Diesmal kamen 2 Schulklassen (52 Schüler) um mehr zu erfahren zu dem Thema „Kann die Technik von Tricks aus dem Pflanzenreich lernen?“
wow… big talents in our group