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Systems BiologyThe goal of systems biology is to describe the dynamic processes of life and of biological systems using mathematical models. In line with the foundation of the new Braunschweig Integrated Centre of Systems Biology (BRICS) we have compiled some background information about systems biology for you: To the systems biology feature.
On June 27-28th, we are happy to celebrate 10 years of HIPS with an extended 2-day-symposium.
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With few antibiotics in development since the early 1990s, antimicrobial resistance (AMR) is a major and rapidly growing global health challenge that is already making previously easy to treat infections harder to treat. Approximately 700,000 people worldwide die of drug-resistant infections every year and this number is expected to increase significantly in the future.2…
“HZI and Technische Universität Braunschweig celebrate the award of the Inhoffen Medal which is given in recognition of world-leading research in the field of total synthesis of natural agents. In just a short period of time, Phil Baran has revolutionised the synthesis of organic natural compounds and set innovative impulses in synthetic methodology as well," says Prof Peter H.…
Some 400,000 people around the world succumb to the consequences of a hepatitis C infection each year. The hepatitis C virus is usually transmitted by blood. An infection can remain undetected for long periods of time, because the disease initially progresses largely without symptoms and manifest flu-like symptoms are often not recognised as being related to a hepatitis C infection.…