University of Vienna
- Research and education institutions
- Founded in: 1365
- Staff: 0
- Focus: Basic research
- Research area: Agricultural biotechnology, Bioinformatics, Biological sciences, Environmental biotechnology, Medical and health sciences
- Cluster Membership: LISAvienna
- Profile: The University of Vienna is the largest research institution in Austria. Approximately 6,900 scientists and academics guarantee its outstanding performance in research and teaching. The 15 Faculties and 4 Centres are dedicated to both basic and applied research. In particular, Life Sciences at the University of Vienna are covered by the Faculties of Life Sciences, Chemistry and the Center for Molecular Biology.
- R&D: Life Sciences Research at the University of Vienna is curiosity-driven and spans the fields of Bioinformatics, Chemistry, Molecular and Cell Biology, Environmental Biology and Pharmacy. Most groups investigate basic research questions, but a significant number are also active in more applied fields of Life Sciences and have extensive experience in co-operations with industry.
- Services: Research at the University is supported by cutting edge infrastructure which is increasingly organised in shared core facility centers which are located at various faculties. Our goal is to provide all University members access to state-of-the-art equipment, techniques and facilities. We can provide the necessary expertise for the use of instruments, for analyses, or materials for further use. Free capacities can, in principle, also be offered to other researchers outside of the University.