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Institute of Biological and Chemical Systems - Functional Molecular Systems

Campus North
Building 319
Hermann-von-Helmholtz-Platz 1
76344 Eggenstein-Leopoldshafen
Germany
Phone: +49 721 608-24084
Fax    : +49 721 608-24673

E-Mail:  fms-adminZyc4∂ibcs kit edu

Welcome to the Institute of Biological and Chemical Systems – Functional Molecular Systems (IBCS-FMS)

IBCS-Functional Molecular Systems is an interdisciplinary institute combining fundamental research in Biology and Chemistry.

Our aim is to improve our understanding of biological processes (e.g. cellular communication or disease progression) using advanced materials and chemical processes.

We focus on developing new smart materials, miniaturized high content screening methods as well as design of novel biomedical tools for the treatment of diseases.

 

      
Illustration: Heinle, Wischer und Partner,Freie Architekten

 

Specific Focuses of IBCS-FMS:

Biology:        Cell adhesion molecules, Wnt signaling 

Chemistry:    Combinatorial chemistry, surface chemistry, polymer chemistry


Technology Transfer at IBCS-FMS:
Several aspects of our research at IBCS-FMS have been transferred into Start-Ups:

 

          

 

 

NEWS

Maximilian Benz
Carl-Roth-Förderpreis

Congratulations to Maximilian Benz for winning the Carl-Roth-Förderpreis of the German Chemical Society (GDCh) for his work on the miniaturization of chemical synthesis and biological experiments.

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New EUCOR Seed Money

New EUCOR Seed Money funding for the project “Exploiting the CXCR4-CD44 axis for cancer treatment”

https://www.eucor-uni.org/en/research/research-projects/exploiting-the-cxcr4-cd44-axis-for-cancer-treatment/
DMA goes Personalized Medicine and HT-Mass Spectrometry

Three of our projects have been funded by the Ministry of Science and Art of Baden-Württemberg (MWK).

 
Award and Promotion for the ITG Spin-Off Aquarray GmbH

Congratulations to the ITG Spin-Off Aquarray GmbH. Aquarray has received the highly competitive award of the European Commission "Seal of Excellence" and is supported by the Horizon 2020 SME Instrument.

Nature Communications paper out

Check out our paper in Nature Communications: “Marrying chemistry with biology by combining on-chip solution-based combinatorial synthesis and cellular screening”. Great paper highlighting the importance of interdisciplinary research. Congrats Max and all co-authors!

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