LIC has longstanding partnerships with companies in the imaging field. With Carl Zeiss Microscopy the development of confocal and widefield microscope hard- and software (> 15 year). More than 5 major projects: AOTF in confocal microscopy, LSM 510 software and hardware, AxioObserver, AxioImager, SPIMicroscopy, Stitching and HDR imaging, InTune Laser, Alpha- and beta-test site for Zeiss. With IBIDI development of microscope chambers for long term culture and perfusion (> 4 years).
The Research Training Group 1104 "From Cells to Organs: Molecular Mechanisms of Organogenesis" is a joint international PhD program of the Faculties of Biology and Medicine at the Albert Ludwigs University Freiburg that was established in 2005 and is funded by the German Research Foundation (DFG)
Biological signalling processes are the key regulators of cellular activity in all types of cells in living organisms. A better understanding of these processes not only provides solutions to important biological problems, but also has a major impact on medical research and practice. The BIOSS Centre for Biological Signalling Studies in Freiburg uses modern analytical methods and strategies of synthetic biology to study biological signallingprocesses in a creative and playful way.
The "Spemann Graduate School of Biology and Medicine (SGBM)" offers a dynamic interdisciplinary training program that prepares students for future scientific challenges. Its ultimate goal is to create a top notch "Life Scientist of the Future" who can assimilate knowledge and techniques from various disciplines as well as combine basic with translational research, biotechnology and drug development.
The ZBSA is the first research center in Germany to combine, in one institute, systems biological data acquisition in the research fields of genomics, proteomics, metabolomics, life imaging and modeling. The research facilities’ building was built by the federal state of Baden-Würtemberg as a component of the competitive tender “Centers of Life Sciences”, at the University of Freiburg.
The Freiburg Institute for Advanced Studies is the international research college of the University of Freiburg. As an integral part of the university, the Institute unites the humanities and social sciences as well as medicine, the natural sciences and engineering.
Research in Systems Biology requires the integration of both theoretical and practical efforts in order to define the behaviour of an intact biological system. The Freiburg Initiative for Systems Biology (FRISYS) is an initiative under the umbrella of the Freiburg Centre for Systems Biology (ZBSA, Zentrum für Biosystemanalyse.