Three top universities combine her expertise nanotechnology is one of the key technologies of the 21st century. It is already for the medicine and in the industry of great importance. The Technical University of Vienna has developed a course for nanomedicine and nanobiotechnology Krems and the University together with the Danube University BOKU Vienna, provides an interdisciplinary and practice-oriented special knowledge. “Course is in autumn 2011. three universities control knowledge of the new MSc NanoBiosciences & NanoMedicine in-service postgraduate course”, the 2011 will start in the winter semester with courses in Vienna and Krems.
The merger of the Technical University of Vienna with the, Danube University Krems and the Universitat fur Bodenkultur Vienna has it is able to develop a unique curriculum. The master’s programme deals with the interdisciplinary requirements and capabilities in the field of nanotechnology. Nanotechnology has the base technology developed for many scientific fields. Especially in the biotechnology and medicine, a nanotechnological approach has now become the most common method to gain new insights and to employ modern analysis techniques. Know about the latest status of nanotechnological methods with particular emphasis on biology and medicine, the students this will enable to keep up with the latest research results and to apply the latest innovations in their daily work, “so Univ.-Prof. Dr.
Erich Gornik, course Director of the Technical University of Vienna. Content and target group as well as the provision of basic knowledge in the areas Biophysics, biochemistry, genetics, microbiology, and molecular biology revolutionary approaches to cancer therapy, tissue and organ replacement, drug delivery systems, the biocompatibility of materials, sensor technology and the application of nano-analytical methods in the diagnosis of treated. The risks of nanotechnology are also discussed and critically considered.