On 2nd of June 2023, the opening ceremony of the Christian Doppler Laboratory for Cellulose High-Tech Materials at the Universitäts- und Forschungszentrum Tulln (UFT Tulln) took place.
BIG Bio Project Start – Bioeconomy Research and Practice Combined
Learn about the FFG Innovationcamp BIG Bio, a new project aimed at promoting sustainable innovations with bio-based materials through knowledge transfer between scientific and industrial partners. Follow our journey for the next two years as we collaborate to achieve the common goal of sustainable development.
Phönix Award: Best Female Entrepreneur 2022
Vienna Textile Lab selected as the winner of the Austrian Start-up prize PHÖNIX, in the category of ‘Best Female Entrepreneur’ 2022! The Austrian Start-up prize Phönix (Österreichischer Gründungspreis PHÖNIX) is managed by aws (the Austria Wirtschaftsservice) on behalf of the Federal Ministry of Education, Science and Research (BMBWF) and the Federal Ministry of Labour and […]
How can challenges like space travel drive innovation in biotech and textiles?
The Ars Electronica Festival Linz 2021: Where microbe enthusiasts meet and look into the future
Our technology and expertise play a vital role in the rise of new aesthetic projects towards sustainable clothing. Here is the review of our Ars Electronica 2021 exhibition visit through the eyes of our founder Karin at one of the world’s most important media art festivals.
Piecing it all together!
In the last WORTH Partnership project – related blog, we told you the story of the young designer’s
2nd trip to the Austrian capital. Continue reading to find out more about how our cooperation continued and resulted in beautiful fashion pieces even in today’s challenging times.
Coffee, Art and Bacteria in Vienna.
Connecting the dots
Across the EU, startups, small companies or projects at the intersection of design and technological innovation are on the rise. Despite the fact that networking and finding others with similar visions out there seems to be easier in the digital age, the EU fosters multisectoral thinking and internationalisation of small and medium-sized enterprises (SME) in a number of ways.