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Jan 21, 2015

Principles of complex assembly in cells revealed – assisted by ComplexINC technologies.

Our cells contain many proteins which catalyze biological activity. In the post-genomic area, it became increasingly clear that proteins do not act on their own. Rather, they assemble into large multicomponent assemblies that contain 10 or more individual subunits. This complexity is key to biology. For example, the machinery that reads out our genes is composed of more than 100 proteins in...
Dec 02, 2014

ComplexINC Spin-off Geneva Biotech wins 1 Mio CHF CTI Award

The Swiss Commission for Technology and Innovation, CTI, has awarded a prestigious research prize to Geneva Biotech, the fledging ComplexINC and EMBL spin-off that has its operation in the incubator La Tulipe in Geneva, Switzerland.  The award totals one million Swiss Francs, and will be put to excellent use to propel Geneva Biotech’s pipeline towards new drugs to combat diabetes.Diabetes...
Nov 20, 2014

ComplexLink™ technology catalyzes influenza R&D

Influenza, commonly known as ‘flu’, is a seasonal infectious disease which many of us encounter every year. Typical symptoms include a running nose, the occasional cough, and elevated temperature. However, by altering its genetic material, the virus that causes influenza can rapidly evolve into a deadly killer, which has historically given unpredictable rise to millions of deaths and massive...
Nov 12, 2014

2015 Breakthrough Prize for Life Sciences Award Winner Emmanuelle Charpentier as Keynote Speaker at ComplexINC 4th Annual Meeting

The 4th ComplexINC Science and Progress meeting was held on 21st and 22nd October 2014 in Braunschweig, Germany. Imre Berger, Coordinator of ComplexINC and Joop van der Heuvel, Research Group Leader at HZI in Braunschweig, Germany, member of ComplexINC and host to this annual project meeting, were delighted to welcome the international research consortium at the Helmholtz Institute of Infectious...
Jun 27, 2014

ComplexINC researcher Francisca Monteiro wins Vaccine Technology best poster award

Francisca Monteiro spends her time busy researching multivalent VLPs and new methods for their production, working as a doctoral student at ComplexInc partner iBET in Oerias, Portugal. Her dedication was rewarded at the recent Vaccine Technology conference in Playa del Carmen, Mexico. Francisca’s work entitled “Tweaking insect cell platforms for the production of multivalent VLPs: Metabolic...
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