Global Young Faculty in a “fireside chat” with Norbert Lammert

In February, the Global Young Faculty (GYF), to which ISAS scientist Ayten Kalfe belongs, met the former president of the German Bundestag, Norbert Lammert, for a fireside chat.

Host or guest?

Scientists from ZMT, ISAS and the University of Bremen have now analysed how tropical foraminifera in coral reefs and their symbiotic algae deal with rising temperatures on a molecular level.

Thieving phosphates

In a current PNAS paper, ISAS scientists examine an important signalling mechanism in cells.

Albert Sickmann elected as speaker of Section D of the Leibniz Association

During the Annual Meeting 2017 of the Leibniz Association in Berlin, Albert Sickmann was elected as speaker of Section D. On 1 January 2018, he will take the office for two years.

15th Dortmund Science Day

On 21 November, the Dortmund Science Day took place for the 15th time. Participants were invited to join the bus tours to scientific facilities around Dortmund - one of these tours was headed for ISAS.

ISAS scientist joins the Global Young Faculty

A young ISAS scientist recently joined the Global Young Faculty: Dr. Ayten Kalfe from the Bioresponsive Materials (formerly Interface Processes) group has been admitted to the Global Young Faculty (GYF).

New thrombosis radar aims to check the death rate of cardiovascular diseases

ISAS scientists have developed a method for an individual risk assessment of thrombosis. On the occasion of the World Thrombosis Day on 13 October, they aimed to rise awareness for the threats of this disease.

Albert Sickmann re-elected to the EuPA Board

In September, Albert Sickmann has been re-elected to the board of the European Proteomics Association (EuPA) for three years.

Proteomics hands-on workshop

From 13 to 15 September, a hands-on workshop on proteomics took place at ISAS Campus in Dortmund.

Gala Dinner with Joe Biden: Cancer Moonshot actuates global cancer research

Albert Sickmann, head of ISAS, represented the institute at the "HUPO2017 Global Leadership Gala Dinner" on 16 September in Dublin, where he met Joe Biden, former Vice President of the United States. The event was catalysed by the Cancer Moonshot initiative.