The Austrian Taxonomic Access Facility (AT-TAF) comprises of the Natural History Museum Vienna (NHMW).
It is among the largest of its kind and one of the most important museums in Europe. The field of research covers a wide range of topics from the origins of our solar system and the evolution of animals and plants to human evolution, as well as prehistoric traditions and customs.
A part of the research staff also lectures at the University of Vienna. This stimulates research collaborations that SYNTHESYS+ Users can benefit from.
TAF Admin: Dr Karin Wiltschke, firstname.lastname@example.org
The research community at AT-TAF is highly productive. Over 160 peer-reviewed papers were generated in 2020. AT-TAF research highlights include:
Founded more than 100 years ago NHMW is the main institution for biodiversity research in Austria including departments of Zoology, Botany, Geology-Palaeontology, Mineralogy, Anthropology, Prehistory, and an Archive for the History of Science. The collections - the oldest parts more than 250 years old - comprise some 30 million specimens and artefacts including more than 600,000 unique types.
Dr Karin Wiltschke, email@example.com