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FWF grants awarded to Max Perutz Labs scientists

Congratulations to group leaders Roland Foisner, Martin Leeb, and Thomas Leonard who have received funding from the Austrian Science Fund FWF…

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invIOs to present data from clinical stage Cbl-b program at SITC 2022

invIOs announced that two abstracts on its clinical stage lead program, APN401, have been accepted for poster presentations at the 37th Annual Meeting…

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New stop along the cellular journey of recycling organelles in plants

A “hub and spoke” system enables plant cells to efficiently coordinate cellular trafficking, particularly for cellular recycling, the so-called…

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Old drugs new tricks

Group leader Jörg Menche is part of Repo4EU, a platform for mechanism-based drug repurposing. The consortium, which includes 28 partners from 10…

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Oncogenic virus: Scientists show how HPV causes skin cancer

Viruses are thought to play a role in the development of about 10 percent of human cancers. An international research team led by scientists in Vienna…

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Genomics and artificial intelligence to empower cancer diagnostics

The lab of Anna Obenauf at the IMP just published their findings: the human papillomavirus HPV42 causes Digital Papillary Adenocarcinoma. Within the…

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Valneva to Present on its Single-Shot Chikungunya Vaccine Candidate at Leading Scientific Conferences

Valneva announced it will present on its single-shot chikungunya vaccine candidate at several leading scientific conferences during the fourth quarter…

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Rabitsch Award 2022 for Melanie de Almeida

Established in 2006, the Kirsten Peter Rabitsch Award is presented annually in recognition of outstanding achievements to a PhD student at the IMP or…

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“Kipferl”: Guiding the defense against jumping genes

A large part of our DNA is made up of selfish repetitive DNA elements, some of which can jump from one site in the genome to another, potentially…

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A September to remember: unprecedented wave of IMP publications

One month, eight publications – the IMP is riding a wave of discovery into autumn. We look back on the studies that were published in September 2022…

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International Birnstiel Award 2022: Six brilliant young scientists selected

In its fourth year, the International Birnstiel Award for Doctoral Studies in Molecular Life Sciences left all turbulences of the pandemic behind and…

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New light for electron microscopy

The lab of Thomas Juffmann, together with researchers from the University of Siegen, has developed a new technique that combines electron microscopy…

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