Donau-Universität Krems

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  1. Core Facility: New spectrum of methods opened by special devices
    Bioimaging and cell analytics as well as biomechanics and tissue engineering: these research fields gain access to the new state-of-the-art large-scale facilities at two locations on Campus Krems. The new research infrastructure is provided to Danube University Krems, the Karl Landsteiner Private University for Health Sciences and the IMC University of Applied Sciences Krems. Therefore the method spectrum and support of existing connection to international medical research shall be expanded.
  2. Learning environment Library
    The Department of Continuing Education Research and Educational Management of the Danube University Krems has coordinated the Erasmus + project LIB(e)RO in the last two years. Now it was time to reap the fruits of this work in an international final conference on 21 September 2018 in the Regional Library of Lower Austria in St. Pölten and to present the extensive results.
  3. Core Facility opened at Krems Campus
    On 9 October the Core Facility at Campus Krems was opened with a ceremony attended by Governor Johanna Mikl-Leitner. At two Krems campuses the state-of-the-art large-scale facilities are from now on available for research in the fields of bioimaging and cell analysis as well as biomechanics and tissue engineering. The new research infrastructure, financed with around 3.2 million euros by the Province of Lower Austria, the Lower Austrian Health and Social Fund (NÖGUS), will be used by Danube University Krems, the Karl Landsteiner Private University for Health Sciences and the IMC University of Applied Sciences Krems. It is intended to expand the range of methods and support the existing connection to international medical research.
  4. Brainin: UN aims to require more stroke treatment and detection of hypertension
    End of September, the United Nations General Assembly was held in New York setting its focus on global disease prevention. By 2030, global mortality is to be reduced by 30 percent.
  5. Immuneregulatory capabilities of mesenchymal stem cells
  6. Competence Center MechanoBiology in Regenerative Medicine
  7. Scola Telcz: Memorandum for intensified cooperation
    On Friday, 21 September 2018, six educational and research institutions from the Czech Republic, Slovakia and Austria signed a memorandum in Telč to strengthen the students and researchers exchange in the field of cultural heritage projects and monument preservation. Against the backdrop of the Scola Telcz, a series of scientific events focusing on cultural heritage and monument preservation, the signing was accomplished. Furthermore the memorandum is based on the activities of the Scola Telcz.
  8. Unfulfilled migration influences the development in the country of origin
    The DialogForum 2018 at Danube University Krems focused on the challenges of migration and integration processes in countries of origin and transit. Reasons for migration, experiences of migration as well as the migrants’ intentions to return were central aspects, as stated in the summary of the experts from science, politics and practice. The DialogForum is a networking platform for migration and integration actors and organized for the tenth time by the Department for Migration and Globalisation.


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