The University for Continuing Education Krems is eager to expand its cooperation on a national and international level in an ongoing process. Therefore, it is part of numerous networks and projects on an international and European level.
Technopol Krems is a center for health technologies acting on an international scale with local sites: Campus Krems and TFZ - Technology and Research Center Krems. Educational and research facilities for health sciences and biotechnology are located on-campus. The University for Continuing Education Krems, the Karl Landsteiner University of Health Sciences, the Danube Private University and the IMC University of Applied Sciences Krems as well as the TFZ Krems form the cornerstones of the Technopol Krems, which is breaking successful ground in research and business with regard to biomedicine, pharmacy and health sciences.
TIN, the Transdisciplinary Innovation Network of the University for Continuing Education Krems and New Design University St. Pölten (NDU), delivers solutions and gives fresh impetus to Lower Austria as a business and research location. On the one hand, the goal is to promote digital attitudes and a culture of innovation, and on the other hand, to network science, business, and administration.
Established in January 2022, CLC (Co-Location Center) Austria is the latest of eight regional innovation centers of the European Institute of Innovation and Technology (EIT) Health, which aim to drive healthcare innovation in Europe. EIT Health's focus is on strengthening prevention and creating more sustainable healthcare systems in EU member states. This is based on a knowledge-interlinking triangle of research, education, and innovation.
The CLC Austria acts as a representative to the interests of the Austrian partners in EIT Health, connecting partners and their activities in Austria with the European and international network. It is currently composed of 15 partners in the academic, industrial, research and technology sectors, including universities, companies, start-up incubators and healthcare providers.