AMICI is an interdisciplinary microbiome research platform that links diverse Austrian scientific and medical societies.
Microorganisms are the dominant life forms on Earth and thrive in every possible ecosystem - including the human body.
AMICI aims to support, stimulate, network, and communicate microbiome research in Austria.
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
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.
See here for a report by Open Science on the 1st AMICI Symposium.
Science and Beer. In the course of the project HUNGRY FOR SCIENCE Open Science and the Club Berlin in Vienna are organizing the third
Several microbiome researchers from Graz are featured in this report on the human microbiome on 3sat.
The first AMICI Symposium will take place in Vienna, Austria on February 23, 2017 and will provide an opportunity to meet fellow colleagues interested in microbiome research.
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Lecture by Sergey Zotchev at the Department of Microbiology and Ecosystem Science, University of Vienna
Alexander Loy, University of Vienna, is featured in an article of the Austrian newspaper Die Presse (print version -