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Meetings Calendar 2006
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Players and Institutions

 

Mikroskopmedizinische ForschungForschung, Landwirtschaft

 

Some 40,000 men and women are employed in research and development in Austria, just under two thirds of them as scientists. They and the institutions at which they work are coming together to form a highly diverse, differentiated research landscape. Companies are the heavyweights here, while the universities play an outstanding role with their dual responsibility for basic research and scientific training. A wide range of non-university research institutes also livens up the scene. In recent years, this ensemble has gained rapid momentum and accelerated its development. A new culture of cooperation between science and industry has emerged, supported by programmes such as that of the Competence Centres. New funding structures have been established, new forms of financing created. The House of Research, which as of 2006 will house the major research funding institutions, will act as the symbol and orientation point of this new research landscape in Austria.

Date: 29.12.2005