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Austrian Academy of Sciences - Österreichische Akademie der Wissenschaften

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Austrian Academy of Sciences - Österreichische Akademie der Wissenschaften 48.208841, 16.377184 The Austrian Academy of Sciences (OAW) is Austria\'s central institution for science and research. Founded in 1847 as a learned society in Vienna, the Academy currently has over 750 members and around 1,300 employees; it stands for the transdisciplinary exchange of knowledge, innovative basic research and progress for society as a whole. Knowledge The OAW as a learned society cultivates discourse and the cooperation between science, the public, politics and the economy. Its members in Austria and abroad inject scientific insights into current social, cultural and political debates and create an awareness for urgent matters in Austria and throughout Europe. Research As the largest institution conducting non-university research in Austria, the OAW practices applied and open basic research at its institutes at the highest international level. The topical diversity ranges from archaeological research and cultural sciences to global demographic developments, quantum research and molecular biology. Specific areas of emphasis and strict evaluation processes ensure that all OAW research activities aim to provide benefits for society as a whole. Promote As a public institution, the OAW advances national and international scientific cooperation, and supports up-and-coming scientists with fellowships as well as training. The OAW sustainably supports the development of Austria as an innovative and future-proof knowledge-based society. Click here to learn more. Contact Dr. Ignaz Seipel-Platz 2 1010 Vienna Austria Phone: +43 1 515 81 - 0 Fax: +43 1 51581/1209 http://www.oeaw.ac.at

 

The Austrian Academy of Sciences (OAW) is Austria’s central institution for science and research. Founded in 1847 as a learned society in Vienna, the Academy currently has over 750 members and around 1,300 employees; it stands for the transdisciplinary exchange of knowledge, innovative basic research and progress for society as a whole.

Knowledge
The OAW as a learned society cultivates discourse and the cooperation between science, the public, politics and the economy. Its members in Austria and abroad inject scientific insights into current social, cultural and political debates and create an awareness for urgent matters in Austria and throughout Europe.

Research
As the largest institution conducting non-university research in Austria, the OAW practices applied and open basic research at its institutes at the highest international level. The topical diversity ranges from archaeological research and cultural sciences to global demographic developments, quantum research and molecular biology. Specific areas of emphasis and strict evaluation processes ensure that all OAW research activities aim to provide benefits for society as a whole.

Promote
As a public institution, the OAW advances national and international scientific cooperation, and supports up-and-coming scientists with fellowships as well as training. The OAW sustainably supports the development of Austria as an innovative and future-proof knowledge-based society.

Click here to learn more.

Contact
Dr. Ignaz Seipel-Platz 2
1010 Vienna
Austria

Phone: +43 1 515 81 – 0
Fax: +43 1 51581/1209
http://www.oeaw.ac.at

 

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