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Research Summit: What does make research excellent?
17.01.2019

Three internationally renowned experts will discuss the topic of outstanding research in the course of the Research Summit on 14 February 2019.

Danube University Krems’ second event of the Research Summit Series lays the focus on medical research excellence. On 14 February 2019 University Prof Dr Hans Lassmann and University Prof Dr Jürg Kesselring will shed light on the Austrian research landscape while discussing what makes research rated as excellent and useful. Afterwards, Prof Harald Ott, M.D., will give insights into the excellence application, in particular on new methods regarding organ regeneration.

Accepting responsibility for the Danube Region
22.11.2018

Danube Conference at Campus Krems on ownership and leadership within the Danube Region

Unequal working conditions, economic disparities and a differently paced development remain obstacles hindering the Danube region in its evolvement. The Danube Conference, organized by the Institute for the Danube Region and Central Europe (IDM) and Danube University Krems under the patronage of the ARGE Donauländer, will discuss the combination of leadership and the principle of the individual responsibility towards good governance at Campus Krems on 29 November. The aim is to provide participation and good living conditions in the Danube Region. Another point of discussion at the conference "Ownership and Leadership in the Danube Region", which is supported by the Province of Lower Austria, are conclusions drawn from Austria's EU Presidency and the presentation of the "Dr. Erhard Busek SEEMO 2018 Award for Better Understanding in South East Europe".

Setting the course for further development of Danube University Krems
29.10.2018

New 15a agreement between the Federal Government and the Province of Lower Austria for the further development of Danube University Krems and Campus Krems. EUR 63 million will be invested in infrastructure.

At a press conference, Federal Minister of Education, Science and Research Heinz Faßmann and Governor Johanna Mikl-Leitner announced the main cornerstones for the further development of Danube University Krems and Campus Krems. Through a new 15a agreement between the Federal Government and the Province of Lower Austria, the Province provides Danube University Krems with additional infrastructure while the Federal Government commits itself to a long-term increase in federal financial resources. A total of EUR 63 million will be invested in Campus Krems by the Province of Lower Austria.