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Save the date: Leibniz Plant Biochemistry Symposium 2021

The Leibniz Institute of Plant Biochemistry (IPB) invites you to the Leibniz Plant Biochemistry Symposium on May 7, 2021. The theme of the symposium, that will take place online this year, will be Plant Cell Walls. We are pleased...read more


The de.NBI/ELIXIR-DE metaRbolomics Hackathon

The programming and statistics environment R has emerged as one of the most popular environments to process and analyse metabolomics datasets. A major benefit of such an environment is the possibility to connect different tools...read more


End of year newsletter

The December issue of our IPB newsletter is all about sweet tomatoes and effective toothbrushes. There is also exciting information for all fungi friends: From February 2021 on, Wolfgang Brandt offers lectures and excursions to...read more


It’s all in your mind? New exhibition at IPB

It seems to be busy in the mind of the painter Ludwig-Lutz Kampelmann from Halle. With his exhibition "Alles aus meinem Kopf" the stage technician of the Halle opera house gives at least a small insight into his moving...read more


IPB shows exhibition on ways out of the depression

The IPB Health Management Team offers information on mental health this year. For this purpose, Barbara Wolf organized a touring exhibition of the German Depression Aid Foundation for the institute. The exhibition's theme is...read more


Genome Editing in Europe: New Agenda or New Disputes?

International Leopoldina-DFG conference (zoom meeting and livestreaming) on October 1 and 2, 2020read more


Sprecher des WissenschaftsCampus Halle referiert im Deutschen Museum

Über den Nutzen der Bioökonomie spricht Professor Ludger Wessjohann am 16. September 2020 im Deutschen Museum in München. Der Vortrag im Rahmen der Reihe Wissenschaft für Jedermann findet um 19:00 Uhr im Ehrensaal statt und kann...read more


Kommt vorbei zum Tag der Berufe!

Schüler/Innen und ihre Familien sind auch in diesem Jahr wieder herzlich ans Leibniz-Institut für Pflanzenbiochemie (IPB) eingeladen, um sich am Tag der Berufe, ein Bild über die Ausbildungsmöglichkeiten am Institut zu machen....read more


Research data management on the radar

From 27 to 28 November 2019, research data managers, developers and users met in Halle for the 5th RADAR Workshop. RADAR stands for Research Data Repository that serves for archiving and publishing research data from completed...read more


Big stage for small disciplines: Bioinformatics on the university campus

On October 29, 80 pupils from the Georg Cantor Special High School for Mathematics and Natural Sciences got a guided tour at the IPB and the Weinberg Campus to gain an insight into day-to-day research activities. Particularly the...read more


First PhytoAD Symposium at the IPB on neuroactive substances from plants

On 21st and 22nd of October, scientists met at the PhytoAD Symposium in the IPB to present their latest research on plant bioactives. They discussed natural drugs from St. John's wort (Hypericum perforatum), inflammation...read more


Young researchers of the Uzbek Academy of Sciences visit the IPB

From 05-19 October, 2019, the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF) initiated an information tour for young Uzbek researchers throughout Germany. Previously selected in a national competition in Uzbekistan, the...read more


58th Doctoral Workshop on Natural Products in Halle

On October 11th, junior natural product chemists met for the 58th Doctoral Workshop on Natural Products to discuss their lastest research results. The doctoral workshop, this time organized by the IPB, took place on the premises...read more


Smash by the beach: IPB team participated in the Halle company cup

After recently having played the table tennis ball at our institute, we continued with a larger ball, yet with a smaller team. Pauline Stark (NWC), Cătălin Voiniciuc (UNG), Sandra Klemm, Nancy Tang, Michel Heidecker and Christin...read more


Old skeleton on the vineyard

The construction site of the new R2 building brought it to light: the IPB stands on very old ground. When the building pit was excavated, the remains of a house from the Bronze Age (2200 to 800 years B.C.) were found, barely...read more


Big table tennis tournament at the IPB: Fast balls make the champions

While sometimes scientist’s ideas skip back and forth like table tennis balls, now it actually was the balls themselves. You could clearly see that IPB junior researchers are not only interested in plants, cells and enzymes as...read more


Curious students spending their school holidays in the lab

During the first weeks of school holidays in Saxony-Anhalt, we were pleased to welcome many high school students at our institute. On July 12, the Saxony Anhalt Student Academy visited, followed by the BioByte on July 18. The...read more


Rückblende Lange Nacht der Wissenschaften: Das Interesse war riesig

Mit Stolz kann das IPB auf die Lange Nacht der Wissenschaften am 5. Juli 2019 zurückblicken. Fast 1200 Gäste besuchten das Institut an diesem Abend und brachten jede Menge Neugier und Kampfgeist mit, denn unseren...read more


Türen auf für Nachtschwärmer

Pressemitteilung des IPB vom 1. Juli 2019read more


Halle's Leibniz Institutes showing their colours

On 28 May 2019, all three Leibniz Institutes situated in Halle (IAMO, IPB and IWH) came together to show their colours for diversity. At their joint stand on the market place, a silhouette artist made portrait cards. Otherwise...read more

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