Three publications, one collaboration

The journals Nature Structure and Molecular Biology, Nature Communications and Nano Letters published works that are the result of a collaboration that have taken years between researchers from IBioBA and CIBION. One more example that interdiscipline allows building new horizons of knowledge that are achieved with combined skills and experience, in this case, between biology…

Science from home and with a deep scientific vocation

After a research internship with the guide of IBioBA scientists, three former students of the Pestalozzi school in Buenos Aires, obtained Third Place in the Biology category and the special mention Thinking Safety in the German competition for secondary students Jugend Forscht (‘Young people investigate ‘). While Irina Zantleifer, Inés Pedemonte and Agustina De Luca…

Virtual Seminar – March 29th, 2021

SPEAKER: Dr. Juan Ignacio Fernandino (Developmental Biology Laboratory – Instituto Tecnológico de Chascomús – CONICET-UNSAM) TITLE: Cystic proliferation of germline stem cells in gonadal development, reproduction and mating behavior. DATE: Monday, March 29th, 12:00 am. VENUE: Virtual seminar room (Buenos Aires, Argentina)

New Group Leader Tomás Falzone.

New Group Leaders at IBioBA

As part of the recently opened call for a Group Leader position at IBioBA, we are pleased to announce that the winner of the position is Dr. Tomas Falzone, whose group will become part of our research teams. On the other hand, the committee recommended Dr. Nara Muraro to become Group Leader. New Group Leader…

SEMINARS IN RECESS

The virtual seminar program begins in recess due to the suspension of academic activities in Argentina during the summer.The cycle will resume in virtual format according to the measures of social, preventive and mandatory distancing arranged in the framework of the COVID-19 pandemic. To see the complete list of seminars program 2020 enter this site   

New achievement of the interdisciplinary work

Scientists from IBioBA and CIBION identified metabolic mechanisms that increase the malignancy of the kidney cancer cells. The article was published in the Journal of Proteome Research. These findings could open up new therapeutic target options in the future. Since several years the IBioBA performs studies together with the Center for Research in Bionanosciences (CIBION),…