Researchers working with BIOSS Member Prof. Dr. Klaus Aktories use genetic procedure to identify site of action of cytotoxin produced by “hypervirulent” intestinal flora and publish the results in the journal Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS).more
At the Trinational Institute for Plant Research (TIP), the central aspects of plant DNA will be analysed by teams from three different nations. The Institute has just been given the green light and will be funded by the EU. Prof Dr Ralf Reski, a member of BIOSS, will be joining TIP together with his...more
Science Slam "Excellence Special": Open-air science event with Jun. Prof. Winfried Römermore
- With colourful proteins, phosphatases and kinases, BIOSS’s signalling game was a hit with kids young and old at the Wissenschaftsmarkt science fair.
With colourful proteins, phosphatases and kinases, BIOSS’s signalling game was a hit with kids young and old at the Wissenschaftsmarkt science fair.more
We are happy that the Römer family is now part of the BIOSS team. We also want to congratulate Dr Römer for winning the Pfizer Research Award for Medicine, which he accepted on 3 February in Zurich.more
An international team led by researchers at the University of California, San Francisco and joined by scientists of the Freiburg excellence cluster BIOSS – Centre for Biological Signalling Studies, has identified a protein called BCL6 which plays a key role in the development of drug-resistance in...more