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37th Annual Meeting of the ÖGHMP

Fantastic success of our ICC Water & Health at the 37th Annual Meeting of the ÖGHMP![more]


Lange Nacht der Forschung 2022

Great public interest at the ICC Water & Health booth[more]


Food without Poison - Global Challenges and Sustainable Solutions

Our ICC researcher Claudia Kolm will give a short lecture on the topic of faecal pollution.[more]


Nature Microbiology: On the trail of the archaeal bacteria

Archaea colonize extreme habitats, including the digestive tract of vertebrates. The various strains are specific to the host, as ICC Water & Health...[more]


EGU General Assembly 2022

ICC Water & Health scientists and partners organize session of the next EGU General Assembly 2022 (April 2022 in Vienna and online).[more]


IWA HRWM Webinar Mini-Symposium on 3.12.2021

The Specialist Group HRWM (Health-Related Water Microbiology) of the IWA (International Water Association) will host the first global IWA HRWM...[more]


PROMISCES project supports the development of a sustainable circular economy

ICC Water & Health researchers are working with a European consortium to remove pollutants from soil and groundwater. ICC Water & Health...[more]


New cooperation between the City of Vienna and ICC Water & Health researches Viennese drinking water

The ICC Water & Health starts a new comprehensive research cooperation with the City of Vienna - Vienna Water. Based on the natural water...[more]


Potential wastewater pollution of the Danube due to shipping

Due to repeatedly expressed suspicions that Danube navigation leads to significant fecal microbiological pollution, a special investigation program...[more]


PhD Geda Kebede gewinnt österreichischen Wasserpreis

Der u.a. vom ICC betreute Äthiopier, wurde für seine Arbeit über die nachhaltige Nutzung der Oberflächengewässer im äthiopischen Hochland...[more]


New Paper out now!

"Modelling the interplay of future changes and wastewater management measures on the microbiological river water quality considering safe drinking...[more]


Last call for submission: European Geosciences Union General Assembly

The next European Geosciences Union General Assembly takes place entirely online in April 2021. Submit your abstract to our forthcoming session until...[more]


New biomolecules to detect bacteria

The ICC is developing cost-effective detection molecules for future rapid diagnostic testing methods.[more]


PhD Claudia Kolm - Method Development / Molecular Diagnostic

"Science is a collective endeavor and that we do at ICC." Read about our expert![more]


PhD Sophia Steinbacher gehört gehört

„Viele Menschen betrachten Wissenschaft nicht immer frei von Klischees.“ Unsere PhD im Ö1-Interview zum NÖ-JungforscherInnenkalender 2021! [more]


New lysis method of bacteria

G. Reischer & R. Martzy developed new method to facilitate disintegration of bacterial cells.


Alexander Kirschner habilitated

Congratulations to our ICC vice-head Assoc. Prof. Priv.-Doz. Mag. Dr. Alexander Kirschner on his habilitation in microbiology at the Medical...[more]


"SwimCity"-Projekt in der Presse

Unsere Forscherinnen Silvia Cervero und Julia Derx untersuchen, wie sehr Starkregenereignisse die städtischen Gewässer belasten und wie...


New project approved by NFB!

NÖ Forschungs- & Bildungsges.m.b.H. has approved our new project "FUTURE DANUBE - Prediction of future trends in health-related microbiological water...[more]


New research project "SwimCity"

Julia Derx and Sílvia Cervero-Aragó are leading our project about „Climate change: living with the consequences in a metropolitan."


Video - European Forum Alpbach

Online discussion about "Water, Origin of Life" with ICC members Andreas Farnleitner and Regina Sommer. Supported by ecoplus. Niederösterreichs...


Forum Alpbach - "Water, Origin of Life"

At the Alpbach Technology Symposium 2020 one focus was on water and health. Andreas Farnleitner and Regina Sommer shared their expertise in the...[more]


Shanghai Ranking: Top Results for TU Wien

TU Wien receives top ratings for the subject area of water resources in the ShanghaiRanking Consultancy.[more]


ICC at European Forum Alpbach

On August 28th experts are discussion about "Water, Origin of Life". We are happy to be part of this online discussion with our ICC experts Andreas...[more]


Sílvia Cervero-Aragó awarded as "Researcher of the Month - July"

Every month, MedUni Vienna recognises a researcher for their outstanding performance. In July 2020 the jury has awarded the title to our ICC...[more]


ICC members at KL responsible for SARS-CoV-2 testing at University Hospital Krems

In preparation for surgeries at the University Hospital Krems, the Danube University Krems, supported by the Karl Landsteiner University of Health...[more]


PCR technique: How to determine viruses

Coronavirus can be detected by means of the polymerase chain reaction (PCR). This method is also used at the TU Wien. ICC member Rita Linke explains...[more]


High-tech for clean water

ICC co-founder Prof. Andreas Farnleitner now heads the "Quality and Hygiene" section of the Austrian Water and Waste Management Association (ÖWAV).[more]


No coronavirus danger from drinking water or food

Some viruses can remain infectious in the environment for weeks, fortunately the Covid-19 pathogen is not one of them.[more]


Title „University Professor“ awarded to Alfred Paul Blaschke

Our leading member Ao.Univ.Prof. Dipl.-Ing. Dr.techn. Alfred Paul Blaschke was awarded with the title "University Professor" by the President of...[more]

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