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1. “The Scientist” votes IMBA second to top international workplace  
The annual Best Places to Work Survey as chosen by readers of The Scientist magazine, identifies IMBA as second to top international workplace for postdoctoral researchers. The US based life…  
2. “Network map” of pain genes identified  
Genes involved in pain perception show remarkable similarities between flies and humans. A group of scientists around Greg Neely from the Institute of Medical Research in Sydney and Josef…  
3. “Genetics & Art - A Symbiosis”  
The University of Applied Arts in Vienna and the Institute of Molecular Biotechnology (IMBA) realize a joint project. Inspired by science topics and impressions gained in discussions with…  
4. “ERC-Hattrick” for IMBA Group leader Stefan Ameres  
Stefan Ameres, group leader at IMBA- Institute of Molecular Biotechnology of the Austrian Academy of Sciences- could secure a prestigious ERC Consolidator Grant worth 2 million Euros. It is already…  
5. “Cardioids” – human hearts in a dish  
The establishment of self-organizing heart organoids called cardioids, at IMBA – Institute of Molecular Biotechnology of the Austrian Academy of Sciences – has the potential to revolutionize research…  
6. ‘BRUCE, to live or to die by autophagy’ - New player in regulation of autophagy  
The Ikeda lab pinpoints a new regulator for autophagy in the mammalian system, as recently reported in Nature Communications. Autophagy is a fundamental cellular process to remove cellular garbage.…  
7. Young IMBA Scientist Wins FameLab 2009 Competition  
The 27-year old biologist Lucia Aronica from the IMBA Kazufumi Mochizuki lab won the FameLab scientific communication talent competition on 4th of April. With her brief, exciting, 3-minute…  
8. Workshop  
impressions by Peter Duchek Hands-on Course on Human pluripotent stem cell culture (iPSC/ESC) Dates: February 21st & 22nd 2018 Location: IMBA, Dr. Bohr-Gasse 3, 1030 Vienna,…  
9. Workshop  
impressions by Peter Duchek Hands-on Course on Human pluripotent stem cell culture (iPSC/ESC) Dates: February 21st & 22nd 2018 Location: IMBA, Dr. Bohr-Gasse 3, 1030 Vienna,…  
10. Women and lung cancer  
Long-suspected connection between female sex hormones and development of cancer identified for the first time. Missing link: RANK/RANKL One common type of lung cancer, adenocarcinoma, which is…  
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