NEWSHow bacteria turn off an antibiotic
Researchers from the HZI and the HIPS discovered that resistant bacteria scavenge and inactivate the agent albicidin using a protein, which they produce in large amounts
NewsDissecting a molecular toolbox driving motility and infection
HZI scientists establish how the cytoskeleton is regulated and manipulated.
NEWS2018 Technology Transfer Award goes to an HZI spin-off company
HZI and InSCREENeX GmbH have been honoured by the Chamber of Industry and Commerce Braunschweig for the development of personalised cellular systems.
NEWSHow bacteria imprint the intestinal immune system in newborns
HZI researchers discovered how early colonisation by microbes defines the properties of gut-draining lymph nodes for the lifetime of the host.
NEWSHow immune cells are armed
HZI researchers have investigated the formation of immunological synapses over which immune cells exchange information
18.12.2018How bacteria turn off an antibiotic
15.11.2018Jürgen Wehland Award goes to molecular biologist Katherine Beckham
02.11.20182018 Technology Transfer Award goes to an HZI spin-off company
02.11.2018Dissecting a molecular toolbox driving motility and infection
18.10.2018Helmholtz to Fund International Partnerships in Health and Matter Research
17.10.2018Staying a step ahead of the game
04.10.2018How bacteria imprint the intestinal immune system in newborns
04.10.2018New virus control mechanism deciphered within the brain
13.08.2018Joining forces for immune research
31.07.2018How immune cells are armed
Technology transfer at the HZI: identify potentials, initiate contacts, market technologies