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Prof. Dr. Susanne Till

Universität Wien, Department für Ernährungswissenschaften

Susanne Till holds a doctorate in biology (main subject botany) and has worked as a lecturer in the Dept. of Nutritional Sciences at the University of Vienna for over 30 years. In her teaching work, Dr Till focuses on botany and biology, spices and native wild plants in human nutrition, as well as quality issues relating to plant-derived foodstuffs. She is also the author of many books on wild herbs, fungi, tofu and spices, and has published numerous articles in a broad range of journals.

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  • biology
  • nutrition§nutritions

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An all-round superfood?

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    Properties of materials are often defined by imperfections in their atomic structure, especially when the material itself is just one atom thick, such as graphene. Researchers at the University of Vienna have now developed a method for controlled creation of such imperfections into graphene ... more

    Crystalline supermirrors for trace gas detection in environmental science and medicine

    In an international cooperation with partners from industry and research, physicists from the University of Vienna, together with Thorlabs, the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), and the University of Kansas, have now succeeded for the first time in demonstrating high-pe ... more

    Environmental exposures affect therapeutic drugs

    Humans are exposed to various environmental or dietary molecules that can attenuate or even increase the effect of therapeutic drugs. Studies on the industrial chemical bisphenol A and the phytoestrogen genistein, for example, have shown drug-exposome interactions. However, interactions bet ... more

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    An all-round superfood?

    Whether the web community wants to lose weight or eat healthily, chia is their constant companion and seen by some as an all-round “superfood”. The relevant internet forums are busy swapping a whole host of recipes for chia pudding and chia fresca, followed by ideas for muffins and even mar ... more

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