Institute of life sciences
The living world is full of unsolved mysteries. As researchers, our aim is to solve some of these and so move forward the frontiers of knowledge.
Our fields of investigation therefore range from the molecule to the organism.
"Discovering, understanding and applying" is the aim of the 33 teams (150 research staff) in our Institute.
The research projects pursued in the Institute are in the fields of biochemistry, molecular and cell biology, microbiology, genetics, and physiology, and are focused on four different themes:
Ultimately, the new knowledge has to lead to new applications for the common good.
| 7/04/2014 |
Friday April 25, 2014
Dr Mathieu BERTRAND (VIB, Ghent University)
The RIPKs: regulators of cell survival, cell death and inflammation
30/04/14 - 16:00
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