Biolution proudly presents the new demo reel!
Check full video on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=csci5pl_8gY
Currently the Hungarian Academy of Sciences hosts their annual “Celebration of Hungarian Science” aimed at the general public. This month-long series of digital events features a variety of talks by eminent scientists covering a wide spectrum of research topics. Not surprisingly, the focus is on the coronavirus this year.
Joining the biolution family, all the way from India, Romania and Malaysia are three multifaceted individuals complementing the existing vibrant team.
On November 13th 2019 we participated in the Career Day organized by the IMP/IMBA/GMI Vienna, here at the Vienna Bio Center (VBC) Campus. As always, we were happy to share our expertise during the day and to meet scientists that are interested in working with us.
In mid-July 2019, Stefan Grünert, our Project Developer and Grant Advisor, gave a 2-day training course to prepare candidates for the ERC Consolidator interviews in Brussels. The training was held at the University of Aveiro, Portugal, and was attended by 3 Principal Investigators that were preparing themselves for the interview.
The WHO estimates up to 700,000 patients died in of multidrug resistant bacterial infections globally in 2016. This rise of multidrug resistant bacteria, prompted researchers to explore phage therapy again with spectacular successes. Several publications have recently reported spectacular successes in the fight against MDR bacterial infections in humans but also life stock. While in the past phage therapy was shunned by pharma companies for various challenges (see The dawn of phage therapy. Sana Rehman et al. https://doi.org/10.1002/rmv.2041), now the commercial potential and advances in genetics have enticed also biotech companies to exploit the potential of phage therapy as a secret weapon to kill superbugs. Also at the Vienna Biocenter our neighbour Phagomed explores an individual approach to commercialise phagetherapy.
Eukaryotic gene expression: following the message
In a new animation borne out of a fruitful collaboration between scientists at the Research Institute of Molecular Pathology (IMP) and the visualization team at biolution, structural biologist Clemens Plaschka invites you on a journey into the nucleus of the eukaryotic cell to discover the secrets of regulated gene expression – drawing on some very recently published data. The video was produced using the visualization platform of biolution developed with advice by scientists of the IMP.
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