Welcome
to ISAS

We make things measurable that cannot be measured today: Our aim is to promote the development of analytical technologies by combining our expertise on chemistry, biology, physics and informatics. Research at ISAS concentrates on providing methods for a multi-parameter analysis of biological materials; we want to improve the prevention and early diagnosis of diseases and enable faster, more precise therapies.

Excellent interdisciplinary research, the training of up-and-coming scientific talent and the transfer of our findings to science, economy and the general public are our key objectives.

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News

On the trail of the coronavirus

Viruses are very small, so ISAS and TU Dortmund University make what they do visible.

A spacer for heart health

The heart grows not only through sport, but also through illness. Researchers have discovered a point of attack.

Research project: Detecting drug allergies easier

A research project at Federal Institute for Drugs and Medical Devices is dedicated to the improved detection of drug allergies.

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Research

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Innovative contributions are made at ISAS to solve scientific challenges in health research – from basic research through to standardising methods.
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Institute

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We at ISAS are a decisive force in driving the development of analytical technologies. Our results enable things to be measured that cannot be measured today.
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People

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International experts from various fields work under one roof at ISAS to develop and refine measurement methods.
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Careers

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We promote young scientific talent and offer an attractive scientific environment for interdisciplinary research.
Working and learning at ISAS

Transfer & Service

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The great practical relevance of our research work is important to us. We transfer our findings into practical applications together with partners from science and industry.
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Outreach

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We explain the astonishing basics of our scientific work in an understandable, entertaining way.
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