Temperatures have an impact on the spread of West Nile virus
Above-average summer temperatures are considered one of the factors directly influencing the spread of West Nile virus in Europe.
We are clarifying suspected cases of three foodborne illness outbreaks
Currently, there are foodborne illness outbreaks in Austria, as well as in other EU countries, that are likely linked to Salmonella Enteritidis contaminated chicken kebab skewers from Poland.
AGES first recognized training company for radon protection officers
AGES has been recognized by the Federal Ministry for Climate Protection, Environment, Energy, Mobility, Innovation and Technology as the first training company for radon protection officers. The first…
The mouse barley is a native wild barley that likes to colonize warm, dry ruderal meadows. Its awns are barbed and can get stuck in the fur, ears or eyes of animals as "Schliefhansl".
AGES Climate Day: Present your project
AGES is looking for creative solutions that can contribute to climate change adaptation.
Aspartame is an artificial sweetener that is about 200 times sweeter than sugar. Like all other food additives, aspartame must be indicated on the label either by its name or its E number (E 951).
Cherry vinegar fly is in season
Cherry vinegar flies are important pests in orchards and vineyards because they infest many different fruits. Their numbers increase significantly from July onwards.
Food Safety Report 2022
In 2022, we and the inspection bodies of the provinces of Carinthia and Vorarlberg examined and assessed 22,200 samples. In 18,841 samples (84.9 %) there was no reason for complaint. A total of 110…