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16.09.14: 13th Dortmund Science Day
Category: Events, Shortnews, Biomedical Research, Material and Interface Analytics, Bioanalytics

On November 5, Dortmund organizes the 13th Science Day: On ten guided tours, participants visit scientific institutions around the city and meet scientists in their labs and offices to find out more about their ideas and projects. One of the tours titled "Fat food – and its consequences" will bring the visitors to ISAS. This year the institute collaborates with the FKE (Research Institute for Children’s Nutrition) and the ISST (Fraunhofer Institute for Software and Systems Engineer ... » more

12.09.14: Cumulating knowledge in the U tower
Category: Events, Shortnews, Biomedical Research, Material and Interface Analytics, Bioanalytics

Climate and climate change are complex topics that constantly fuel debates, especially in politics and in public. In the Ruhr area, smart brains have thought hard on how to present those topics in a comprehensive and descriptive way. The results can be inspected on Oktober 02 at the "ScienceNight Ruhr" – including some contributions from ISAS. To round off the kick-off week of the "klimametropole ruhr 2022" project – which, by the way, offers lots of expositions, excursi ... » more

12.09.14: Colloquium "Laser Light : Versatile Tool for Chemo-analytical Particle Characterization"
Category: Seminars in Dortmund, Bioanalytics, Material and Interface Analytics, Biomedical Research

Wednesday, 12th November 2014 - 1:00 pm Prof. Dr. Reinhard Nießner
Institute of Hydrochemistry, Chair for Analytical Chemistry, Technical University of Munich "Laser Light : Versatile Tool for Chemo-analytical Particle Characterization" Lecture hall ISAS Otto-Hahn-Str. 6b,
44227 Dortmund Contact: Dr. Roland Hergenröder (PDF) ... » more

12.09.14: Blockade with serious consequences
Category: Shortnews, Bioanalytics

A common symptom of Alzheimer's disease (AD) is the accumulation of a special peptide, the so-called Amyloid-Beta (in short Ab), in the patients' brains. However, it is still unclear how this peptide damages the brain. A team of scientists involving the Systems Analysis group at ISAS now believe that they have discovered a respective mechanism in mitochondria. Mitochondria are called the cell's power plants. They contain ten percent of all the proteins in a cell – about 1000 different protei ... » more

12.09.14: Colloquium "How school influences human development"
Category: Seminars in Dortmund, Material and Interface Analytics, Bioanalytics, Biomedical Research

Thursday, 16th October 2014 - 1:00 pm Prof. Dr. Olaf Köller,
Leibniz Institute for Science and Mathematics Education at the University of Kiel (IPN), Kiel "How school influences human development" Lecture hall ISAS Otto-Hahn-Str. 6b,
44227 Dortmund Contact: Prof. Dr. Albert Sickmann (PDF) ... » more

11.09.14: Colloquium "Global analysis of cell signaling pathways by quantitative proteomics"
Category: Seminars in Dortmund, Bioanalytics, Material and Interface Analytics, Biomedical Research

Thursday, 20th November 2014 - 11:00 am Prof. Jesper Velgaard Olsen,
University of Copenhagen, Vice Director, Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences, Department for Proteomics, NNF Center for Protein Research "Global analysis of cell signaling pathways by quantitative proteomics" Lecture hall ISAS Otto-Hahn-Str. 6b,
44227 Dortmund Contact: Dr. René Zahedi (PDF) ... » more

04.09.14: 27/2014: Scientist position (m/f), Berlin
Category: Vacancies, Material and Interface Analytics

The Leibniz-Institut für Analytische Wissenschaften - ISAS - e.V. invites applications for a Scientist position (m/f) for the structure characterization of molecule-functionalized semiconductor surfaces. As a member of the Nanostructures group in Berlin within the Material and Interface Analytics department at ISAS you will be responsible for: UHV-based surface preparation and modification of nitride and oxide semiconductorssurface modification and functionalization with organic moleculessur ... » more

03.09.14: Colloquium "Peptide Tissue Imaging Mass Spectrometry [...]"
Category: Seminars in Dortmund, Material and Interface Analytics, Bioanalytics, Biomedical Research

Thursday, 25th September 2014 - 1:00 pm A/Prof. Dr. Peter Hoffmann,
The University of Adelaide, Director Adelaide Proteomics Centre, Australia "Peptide Tissue Imaging Mass Spectrometry and Quantitative Proteomics in Cancer Diagnostic" Lecture hall ISAS Otto-Hahn-Str. 6b,
44227 Dortmund Contact: Prof. Dr. Helmut E. Meyer (PDF) ... » more

12.08.14: Vesicles instead of stem cells as a new therapeutic approach
Category: Press releases, Biomedical Research

Researchers from ISAS and their clinical partners plan to considerably change stem cell therapy with a new therapeutic concept: They believe that it's not only the cells themselves that help healing diseases such as stroke or graft versus host disease, but also the molecules they release into their surroundings.  This press release (PDF) is available in German only. ... » more

11.08.14: Stopping platelets
Category: Shortnews, Bioanalytics

In a new DFG project titled "New protein kinase A and G-dependent signaling pathways and networks in the regulation of platelet activation", the Bioanalytics department takes a close look at platelets - those anucleate blood cells that help closing injured blood vessels - and their role in therapies for stroke and heart attacks. Platelets are crucial for blood coagulation, but they can also cause severe health issues: If they pass through blood vessels that are already constricted, fo ... » more

19.05.14: 18/2014: Leader of a junior research group in microfluidic analysis and purification (m/f), Dortmund
Category: Vacancies, Bioanalytics

The Leibniz-Institut für Analytische Wissenschaften - ISAS - e.V. invites applications for a Leader of a junior research group in microfluidic analysis and purification (m/f) in our Bioanalytics department in Dortmund. As leader of a junior research team you will be responsible for: Setting up and establishing the research teamDevelopment of multi method-based analytical strategies for measuring complex metabolites and enzyme activities in small volumesDevelopment of micro-preparative purif ... » more

19.05.14: 19/2014: PhD position in proteomics (m/f), Dortmund
Category: Vacancies, Bioanalytics

In a joint research project, the Leibniz-Institut für Analytische Wissenschaften - ISAS - e.V. invites applications for a PhD position in proteomics (m/f). As a PhD student (part time 60%) you will work in a highly interdisciplinary research team on the discovery of biomarkers for species classification and for the detection of physiological and developmental stages with quantitative proteomics technologies. You will continuously develop and enhance proteomics-based methods for peptide i ... » more

19.05.14: 20/2014: Project leader position in Proteomics (m/f), Dortmund
Category: Vacancies, Bioanalytics

In a joint research project, the Leibniz-Institut für Analytische Wissenschaften - ISAS - e.V. invites applications for a Project leader position in Proteomics (m/f). As a project leader (full time) you will develop strategies to apply quantitative proteomics technologies to organisms with incomplete or unsequenced genomes. The project leader will coordinate the collaboration between all partners and supervise the individual progress. Presenting and publishing project data as well as further ... » more

25.07.13: Analytix inside No. 01/2013
Category: Shortnews

The new ISAS newsletter Analytix inside No. 01/2010 is now online. ... » more


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