BiMM Structure

Fee-based shared core facility open to all users (universities, research institutes, fach-hochschulen industry, project consortia, etc)

Infrastructure suitable for the following projects (examples)

  • Investigate the interaction of microbes with cells from other simple or complex organisms (bacteria, fungi, algae, moss, other plant, animal cells) and thus e.g. to identify the production of bioactive substances (new antibiotics, pharmaceuticals, bioeffectors, agroceuticals, etc.)
  • Study individual microbes under a multitude of environmental and nutritional conditions, and thus identify bio-and agro-technological potential
  • Test the effect of various environmental stresses (temperature, toxins, UV, etc.)
  • Study host-pathogen interactions
  • Screen for biotechnological usable enzymes

Project Leader
Strauss Joseph, Project Leader

Opened
01.10.2014

Project partners
University of Veterinary Medicine Vienna, Veterinärplatz 1, A-1210 Wien, Austria.
Function of the Project Partner: Partner

BOKU Research Units
Department for Agrobiotechnology (Tulln)
Department of Applied Genetics and Cell Biology (IAGZ)
Department/University Clinic for Farm Animals and Veterinary Public Health

Funded by
Amt der Niederösterreichischen Landesregierung
Landhausplatz 1, A-3109 St. Pölten, Austria

Bundesministerium für Bildung, Wissenschaft und Forschung
Minoritenplatz 5, A -1010 Wien

Locations
Technopol-Tulln, UFT, IFA, Vetmed

Technopol Tulln

Wirtschaft, Bildung und Forschung – perfekt vereint am Technopolstandort Tulln

rund um das Thema natürliche Ressourcen und Biobasierte Technologien zeigen die Einrichtungen am Standort, wie erfolgreiche Kooperationen zwischen Wirtschaft, Forschung und Ausbildung zur Bereicherung aller funktionieren – wie zum Beispiel im Rahmen der BiMM

www.technopol-tulln.at