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Leibniz Plant Biochemistry Symposium 2019

From May 23-24, 2019, the Leibniz Institute of Plant Biochemistry (IPB) cordially invites you to their Leibniz Plant Biochemistry Symposium. For the fifth time, the annual symposium will take place at the IPB in Halle and once...read more


Mit der Herausforderung kommt die Chance

Presse release by ScienceCampus Halle on May 13, 2019read more


TERPNET 2019 in Halle

IPB and Faculty of Natural Sciences I of the MLU are bringing international experts' conference to Germanyread more


Plant Science Student Conference 2019 at the IPB

From June 18-21, 2019, the Plant Science Student Conference (PSSC) will take place at the IPB. The gathering for doctoral students organized by doctoral students takes place alternately at the IPK in Gatersleben and the IPB in...read more


Last chance to register for the 8th International Bioeconomy Conference

Press release by the ScienceCampus Halle from April 29, 2019read more

Trainee at the IPB is best of his year

Tarik Weiss was honoured with a certificate as the best trainee of his year by his vocational school ‚Gutjahr‘. In an official letter, the school principal complimented the prospective IT specialist for his very good final grade...read more


Gramibactin is Leibniz Drug of the Year 2019

Successful Leibniz Conference on Bioactive Compounds 2019 draws to an endread more


Best Poster Prize awarded to Stefan Mielke

IPB doctoral student Stefan Mielke from the Gasperini Lab earned the Best Poster Award at the Regulatory Oxylipins Meeting. The international conference took place from April 1 to 4, 2019 at the VIB in Ghent (Belgium) and...read more

Visit from the Bundestag

On 28 March 2019, MP Steffi Lemke (Bündnis 90 / Die Grünen) used the non-sitting weeks of the Bundestag to obtain information about current research projects of the IPB and the ScienceCampus Plant Based Economy in Halle. After a...read more


Active compound development in a one-pot process

Scientists at the Leibniz Institute of Plant Biochemistry are using the potential of the multi-component reaction. In first experiments they improved the effectiveness of the cancer drug chlorambucil. read more


„Family reunion“ of NMR scientists

A fixed date in the calendar of Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy (NMR) users in German-speaking countries is the meeting "Practical Problems of Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy". This year for the first...read more


COST-Action PROTEOSTASIS: successful construction of a strong network

The creation of pan-European networks within the framework of the EU's COST initiatives can generate considerable added value. This has now been reviewed by Nico Dissmeyer. In his new article published in Trends in Biochemical...read more


IPB chemist advises Colombian government on scientific issues

Due to his outstanding expertise in the field of plant biochemistry and his great experience in Latin American science policy, Prof. Ludger Wessjohann has been appointed to the Colombian Committee of Wise Men on Science,...read more


Tag der Berufe 2019 at the IPB

Finding the right place for vocational training is sometimes not that easy. With the annual Tag der Berufe (Day of Vocational Training), an initiative of the Employment Agencies in Saxony-Anhalt and Thuringia, pupils can receive...read more

Cell poison as a useful tool

Conditional thermomorphogenesis of plant hairs (trichomes) shows potential of biosynthesis of cytotoxic proteins in plantsread more


IPB scientist among the most cited

Dr. Steffen Neumann, Head of the Research Group Bioinformatics & Mass Spectrometry, is one of the 6,000 most cited scientists of the past ten years. This award is given every year by Clarivate Analytics. The analysis company...read more


splitTALE - Expanding the synthetic biology toolbox

IPB researchers Tom Schreiber and colleagues from the Tissier Lab recently developed a two-component AND-gate system for synthetic biology applications in plants. Gates – known rather in context of information technology than...read more


Leibniz doctoral students rate working conditions mostly positive

Press release by the Leibniz Association from Feb 21, 2019 (in German)


Ready to launch: New projects ensure future viability of the bioeconomy

Press release Science Campus Halle, 20.2.2019read more

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