What are you doing at ISAS, Joy?
What role does the oxygen levelin the blood play in thrombosis? Joy Amrei Brummel is tackling this and other questions in her bachelor's thesis. The 24-year-old student reports on how she applies her university knowledge in a practical way in the ISAS laboratory. More
ISAS Congratulates Sven Heiles on his Habilitation
Sven Heiles knows how the analysis of the structure and spatial distribution of lipids enables conclusions about the life of dinosaurs. With his presentation about analytical chemistry in paleontology at Justus Liebig University (JLU) Giessen, Heiles successfully completed his habilitation. More
Guest Presentation: New Framework for Stem Cell Analysis
Dr Susanne Rafelski, deputy director of scientific programme at the Allen Institute for Cell Science is a guest at ISAS on 7 February. In her lecture, she will present, among other things, a new framework for the analysis of stem cells. More
ISAS Organises 54th DGMS Conference – Registration Now Open
The annual meeting of the German Society for Mass Spectrometry in Dortmund from May 14-17 will focus on mass spectrometric techniques and research. More
Newborn Screening: Plasma-Based Ionisation for Faster Diagnosis?
When it comes to newborn screenings, every minute counts. The earlier doctors can diagnose hormonal or metabolic diseases, the better the infants' therapeutic prospects. In the interview, Dr Marcos Bouza Areces reports on his research to speed up the examination for babies during his guest stay at ISAS. More
Skyline Course 2023 – Register Now
Registrations for a Skyline course at ISAS are now open. From 20 to 23 March 2023, beginners and advanced users from science and the industry will have the opportunity to train using the open source software. More
Sven Heiles Receives Justus Liebig University Giessen Award
Congratulations to Prof Dr Sven Heiles, head of the junior research group Lipidomics at ISAS: For his outstanding scientific achievements, he received the award of the Justus Liebig University Giessen. The chemist focuses on researching the structure and spatial distribution of lipids. More
What are you doing at ISAS, Konrad?
How does a mathematician from Berlin end up in one of the labs at ISAS when it comes to health research? And what does his stay have to do with science communication? Konrad Krug, a trainee at the Leibniz Association, has the answers. More
Guest at ISAS: Colloquium with Prof Dr Harald H.H.W. Schmidt
Poor incentives in science that inhibit basic research and innovation, the redefinition of diseases and the organisation of medicine by means of Big Data - all these aspects will be the subject of the lecture by systems medicine pioneer Prof. Dr. Harald H.H.W. Schmidt. The event is taking place in Dortmund on 3.11.2022 and will be broadcast online. More