Bio Data Science
The economic benefit of combining bioanalytics and bioinformatics for data generation and data analysis is no longer a vision of the future.
There is a wide field of possibilities for discovering new contexts and thus contributing to the understanding of the "Big Picture". This requires interdisciplinary know-how, the best possible technical equipment and a pool of competent scientists.
With the new extra-occupational master program "Bio Data Science" in Tulln you learn to manage the growing flood of data in the laboratory, from genomics to metabolomics, from sampling to interpretation of the data.
The University of Applied Sciences has six laboratories for bioanalytical data generation and the corresponding hardware and software for data evaluation, including state-of-the-art equipment for the various omics areas. These are used for research and commissioned analyses as well as for teaching.