Researchers from CIBSS found that a microtubule regulating protein plays an important role in building a symbiotic partnership that helps plants grow
Four high school classes and a group of teachers learned about Signalling Studies in the Signalhaus.
German Research Foundation funds University of Freiburg program promoting young international talents in biological signalling research
International experts meet to discuss new insights in the variety of cellular functions of actin, one of the most abundant proteins inside cells.
Researchers have described the activation of a key protein used by tumor cells to stop the body’s immune response
The CIBSS Launchpad initiative starts with an informal exchange with experienced researchers
Research by CIBSS member reveals new numbers on prevalence of innate immunodeficiency in Germany: At least 2300 people are affected
Theresa Schredelseker, PhD student at CIBSS, writes about genetic research for a lay audience and was now awarded the "Special Prize of the Editor" by "Wissenschaft kommuniziert".
A student of the iGEM-Freiburg Team 2019 writes about her experience and the team’s project “Reflect!”
The European Research Council will be funding Maja Banks-Köhn and Henning Jessen with 2 million euros each
Students in the Master Lab learn how to conduct independent research in bio-signaling studies
German Research Foundation honours researcher from Freiburg University Medical Centre
Various forms of immune cells in the human brain identified for the first time
A Freiburg research team deciphers how stem cells decide their identity
Max Planck and CIBSS researcher Dominic Grün develops a method for measuring gene ex-pression noise across single cells in complex tissue.
Researchers present sensor prototype that can rapidly, precisely, and cost-effectively measure molecular signals for cancer
Researchers discover how outside stimuli drive the formation and reorganization of the cytoskeleton in the nucleus of mammalian cells
A new method developed by CIBSS researchers makes analyzing complex molecular pathways easier
Researchers have discovered a new function of antibiotic resistant bacteria
University of Freiburg researchers discover a new principle – how cells protect themselves from mitochondrial defects
Researchers decipher assembly of glutamate receptors and its importance for memory formation
Signalling researchers meet at Lake Schluchsee for the first CIBSS retreat to discuss results and future challenges
Three CIBSS PhD students attended this year’s “I, Scientist” conference at the TU Berlin
Biotechnologist Wilfried Weber is building molecular tools with which to make better treatments
Researchers are studying how proteins regulate the stem cells of plants
20 students spent a day in the labs of the Signalhaus
The protein complex TOM regulates protein access to cell power plants – Chris Meisinger aims to find out which signal pathways can change that selection
Researchers from Freiburg discovered a novel mechanism that ensures obstacle-free protein traffic into the powerhouse of the cell
Forscher des Universitätsklinikums Freiburg und der Universität Freiburg beschreiben ein neues Enzym, das die Aktivität von Genen steuert. [German Version only]
Researchers show how the immune system distinguishes between self molecules and non-self molecules such as those from pathogens.
Cell biologist Anne-Kathrin Classen investigates differences between normal and impaired tissue repair
Researchers develop a hydrogel whose stiffness and permeability to cells can be controlled with light
Julia Jellusova investigates how metabolism influences the function of immune cells
A feature of CIBSS is in the "Clusters of Excellence, Uni Freiburg" series of the Badische Zeitung (German version only)
Researchers from Freiburg and Ulm discover mechanism through which bacteria attack white blood cells
A team of researchers under the direction of the Medical Center - University of Freiburg has created an entirely new map of the brain's own immune system in humans and mice.
Researchers discovered a connection between metabolite and protein transport in the powerhouse of the cell
Cell biologist Thomas Ott aims to make food supplies securer and farming more sustainable
Freiburg researchers engineer cellular adhesion receptors that can be controlled with light
A feature of CIBSS is in the current issue of the ZEIT newspaper [German version only]
Freiburg computer scientists develop a user-friendly plug-in for the automated analysis of biomedical images
Maja Köhn uses biochemical tools to investigate how certain enzymes behave when the immune system meets invaders
The University of Freiburg has submitted its proposal in the “Universities of Excellence” funding line