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Poster award for Pauline Stark

Pauline Stark recently won the Best Poster Award at the "3rd International Conference on Natural Products Utilization: from Plant to Pharmacy Shelf (ICNPU-2017)". Among the more than 250 poster presentations, she was...read more


Measuring plant cell shapes with PaCeQuant

Scientists from IPB and MLU team up to develop OpenSource software for life sciencesread more


Thai delegation visits the IPB

On November 9th, 2017, a five-member delegation headed by Dr. Sirasak Teparkum from the Thailand Center of Excellence for Life Sciences (TCELS) visited the IPB. Managing director Prof. Steffen Abel welcomed the Thai guests. The...read more


Serge Alain Fobofou Tanemossu nominated for Leibniz Dissertation Award

Every year, the Leibniz Association grants their Dissertation Award to two excellent graduates from their member institutes. The award is conferred in the categories "Humanities and Social Sciences" and "Natural...read more


Understanding Plants! How to Create an Image Video

Field Research Fresh from the Pressread more


Gauging the Elusive

Press release 01.11.2017read more


Promoting young natural products researchers at the Naturstofftreffen

The 54th Graduate workshop on natural products will take place October 13th, 2017 at the Max Planck Institute for Chemical Ecology in Jena (Germany). This meeting has a long tradition, bringing together research groups from the...read more


Unternehmerfrühstück: Prozesskette von natürlichen Ressourcen bis zu high-value Produkten

Geht es auch mit Natur? Effiziente und nachhaltige Technologien werden beim Unternehmerfrühstück am Leibniz-Institut für Pflanzenbiochemie (IPB) vorgestellt: Ob mikrobielle Produktion von mittelkettigen Fettsäuren oder...read more


Protein Specialists Meet in Halle (Germany)

Between September 11 and 13, 2017, scientists from all parts of the world will meet at the Leibniz Institute of Plant Biochemistry in Halle/Saale (Germany). They will discuss the fate of proteins. The conference titled N-term...read more


New IPB PhD student representatives elected

Last week, the departments' PhD students elected their new PhD representatives. From now on, Pauline Stark, Michael Niemeyer, Micha Gracianna Devi and Chris Ulpinnis will represent the IPB's ca. 60 PhD students for one year. We...read more


The plant hormone auxin controls almost everything – what is the secret of its power?

The Leibniz Institute of Plant Biochemistry Tells All // Press Release 07.08.2017read more


Plant researcher for a day

IPB hosts girls from the Hochschule Anhalt's STEM initiativeread more


The plant hormone auxin somehow does everything – but how?

A plant knows to grow towards the light, knows what is its main shoot, knows when and how to let lateral roots emerge – all these processes and many more are controlled by the plant hormone auxin. Indeed, various auxin...read more


Future sowers' conference

From June 6 to 9, PhD students met to „Sow (their) future!" during the Plant Science Student Conference (PSSC). The annual conference organized by PhD students has a long tradition at the two Leibniz Institutes IPB...read more


Plants are networkers

Invitation to the 3rd international Leibniz Plant Biochemistry Symposium // Press relaease 15.06.2017 read more


Energy for chemical barriers

Central carbon and energy metabolism of trichomes illuminated / IPB Press release, 13.6.2017read more


Plant Science Student Conference 2017

Here we go again: The Plant Science Student Conference (PSSC) 2017 will take place next week, from 6th to 9th June, 2017. PhD students from the IPB and the IPK Gatersleben alternate in organizing and hosting this annual...read more


Successful Leibniz Conference on Bioactive Compounds 2017

On April 10 and 11, 2017, scientists of the Leibniz Research Alliance Bioactive Compounds and Biotechnology met for the annual Leibniz Conference on Bioactive Compounds. This year's meeting took place at the German Research...read more


A dampener of plant immune response identified

Molecular patterns on the surfaces of bacteria, viruses and fungi can trigger the plant's immune response. The corresponding receptors on the plant cell surface (Pattern Recognition Receptors, PRRs) recognize these patterns and...read more

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