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Talk by Alexander Moschen 'From bedside to bench and back: Pathways linking host-microbe interaction with intestinal inflammation and carcinogenesis' - December 14th, 2017 - Vienna

Alexander Moschen (Medical University Innsbruck) will give a lecture on "From bedside to bench and back: Pathways linking host-microbe interaction with intestinal inflammation and carcinogenesis” - a joint DMES seminar and seminar of the research focus "Computational Life Science" at the Universi

5th International Symposium on Microbial Sulfur Metabolism - April 16-18, 2018 - Vienna

ISMSM-5, the 5th International Symposium on Microbial Sulfur Metabolism, will take place in Vienna. See here for further informations.

Talk by Peer Bork 'Microbiomics of the human gut and the ocean' - November 24th, 2017 - Vienna

Peer Bork (EMBL Heidelberg) will give a lecture on Microbiomics of the human gut and the ocean in the course of the Lecture Series of the Vienna Doct

miCROPe 2017 - International Symposium on Microbe-assisted Crop Production - December 4-7, 2017 - Vienna

The International Symposium on Microbe-assisted Crop Production - Opportunities, Challenges & Needs - will take place in Vienna. See here for further information.

Themed week about gut health on Austrian TV and Radio with several AMICI researchers - September 9-15, 2017

Several AMCI researchers have contributed to different TV and radio shows that were broadcasted as part of the themed week Bewusst gesund: Aus dem Bauch

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4th Theodor Escherich Symposium - October 12-13, 2017 - Graz

The 4th Theodor Escherich Symposium on Medical Microbiome Research will take place at the Medical University of Graz, Austria. See here for further information.

Cover story in Profil "Was uns gesund hält: Das Mikrobiom" with Alexander Loy [German]

The Austrian weekly news magazine Profil has interviewed Alexander Loy, University of Vienna for their coverstory on the microbiome Was uns gesund hält: Das Mikrobiom

ORF III Science Talk with Michael Wagner [German]

In the ORF III science.talk, Michael Wagner from the University of Vienna will talk with Barbara Stöckl about the fascinating diversity of microorganisms and their roles for human and environmental health.

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