Seminars at IBioBA – 2017

During the 2017 IBioBA Seminar Series, national and international invited speakers lectured, and joint activities have been performed with other Institutes at the Polo. All the seminars that have been held on during this cycle are listed below. Seminars 2017

IBioBA: A week of international science

From November 27 to November 30, directors and group leaders of the Max Planck Society visited our institute, where they delivered different lectures and worked with scholars and students. For four days researchers and fellows from the Biomedicine Research Institute of Buenos Aires (IBioBA – CONICET – Partner Institute of the Max Planck Society) participated in…

Dr. Michael Buchfelder visited the IBioBA

Michael Buchfelder, Andrea Kleindienst and Eduardo Arzt, director of IBioBA. Today Prof. Dr. Michael Buchfelder, Head of the Department of Neurosurgery of the Clinic of Neurosurgery and Polyclinics of the University of Erlangen-Nürnberg, Germany, and Dr. Andrea Kleindienst, member of his team, visited out institute. Dr. Buchfelder has collaborations with different groups of the Instituto…

Gollum: a new tool to study super resolution biological images

Fernando Stefani, Damián Refojo, Luciano Masullo and Sebastián Giusti. Researchers from CIBION, INIMEC and IBioBA developed an open source software that processes and analyzes fluorescence nanoscopy images to understand how cellular structures work. This tool is available for free for the community. Results were published in Scientific Reports. You can find this story published in…

The IBioBA received a delegation of foreign diplomats

Members of the diplomatic corps and students from fifteen countries of Europe, Africa, Asia, Oceania and America visited our laboratories today, within an activity organized by the National Foreign Service Institute (ISEN) of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Worship. Upon their arrival they were received by Dr. Eduardo Arzt, director of the IBioBA, who…

DFG authorities visited the IBioBA

Our institute received today a delegation from the German Research Foundation (DFG, for its acronym in German), the most important European research funding organization. The authorities toured the Biomedicine Research Institute of Buenos Aires (IBioBA, CONICET-Partner Institute of the Max Planck Society) during their visit to the Scientific and Technological Pole of Buenos Aires. Dr.…