Translationsallianz

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Translational research represents the interface between basic research and clinical development. The goal is to enable the latest findings from basic research to lead to new therapies or diagnostic procedures for patients in the shortest of times. At the same time, questions that arise during the clinical practice are fed back to basic research for systematic analysis.

 

 

 

News

23.02.2012

Access to Hightech Infrastructure all over Europe

New Alliance “Instruct” connects cutting edge technologies across the borders

Making the most advanced technologies available to researchers all over Europe is the goal of the initiative “Instruct”. Fifteen research institutes from eight countries have launched this cooperation today in Brussels. Many more are supposed to follow and further broaden the shared technological basis. The HZI and four other German institutes are part of this alliance.

 

Instruct’s main focus is structural biology, a scientific discipline aiming to resolve the three-dimensional structure of biological molecules. The structure provides important insights into the biological function of these molecules, which in turn may lead to new concepts in understanding and fighting diseases.

 

The central hub of the Instruct network is the website www.structuralbiology.eu. This platform provides access to high-end technologies which most single research groups could not afford. Examples are highly specialized cell culture methods for protein expression housed at the HZI as well as newest imaging technologies like cryo-electron tomography or the use of electron accelerators for the analysis of molecular structures.

 

Please find the press release about the Instruct signing ceremony here.

Further information at: www.structuralbiology.eu

 

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