Naturhistorisches Museum Wien

The Museum is among the largest of its kind in Europe. In 39 exhibition halls thousands of objects representing the earth and life sciences convey an impression of the breathtaking diversity of nature.

Collections comprising some 30 million specimens and artefacts are the essential basis for the work of 60 + staff scientists. Their main fields of research cover 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.

Organisation name: 
Naturhistorisches Museum Wien
Country: 
Austria
Contact name: 
Heimo Rainer, Ernst Vitek
Contact e-mail: 
heimo.rainer@nhm-wien.ac.at, ernst.vitek@nhm-wien.ac.at
Ecotype: 
Marine
Terrestrial/Freshwater
Natural history
Computing: 
Software as service
Data management
Vocabularies/ontologies
LOD
Modelling
User interface: 
Citizen science
VREs
Visualisation
Training/outreach
Applied science/policy
Publication
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