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About state-of the art of riboswitch ligand design and future perspectives.
Sarsia Seed recently announced their new seed funds in Bergen consisting of 300 million NOK. Initial investment can be in the biotechnology company Pluvia founded by Prof. Aurora Martinez according to Sarsia officials.
PhD-candidate Oscar Aubi Catevilla will defend his thesis: “Discovery of small-molecule activity modulators of bacterial and human phenylalanine hydroxylase”
The Brenk lab will receive funding from NFR for developing future antibiotics acting via riboswitch binding. This project will fund two postdoc positions for three years, one in the lab of Bengt Erik Haug (Department of Chemistry) and one in the Brenk group. We are looking forward to continuing an exiting research project!
Biorecognition won the Faculty of Medicine and Dentistry prize for best research group.
In 2014 Ruth was awared nearly 60,000 Euros over two years from the Gutenberg Lehrkolleg for research oriented teaching.
To Hit or Not to Hit, That Is the Question – Genome-wide Structure-Based Druggability Predictions for Pseudomonas aeruginosa Proteins
The Biorecognition group at the Department of Biomedicine represents one of the four nodes in the new NOR-Openscreen infrastructure. The infrastructure will support the discovery of biologically active substances in all areas of the Life Sciences by providing transnational, open access to the most advanced technologies, chemical and biological resources as well as expertise through Europe.
PhD candidate Helene J. Bustad from Biorecognition won the poster prize at this year's NBS Contact Meeting at Røros.
The Research Council of Norway will fund 16 new research infrastructures. One of them is the Norwegian NMR Platform, which has been awarded 51.4 MNOK for new NMR equipment.
Researchers in Biorecognition recently published a potential therapy for the metabolic disorder methylamalonic aciduria in the journal Human Molecular Genetics.
Dr. Lars Skjærven and Professor Aurora Martinez got their publication highlighted on the October issue of Proteins.
Heli Havukainen, a PhD student associated with Biorecognition, last week successfully defended her PhD thesis entitled "Dissecting Molecular Properties of Honey Bee Vitellogenin" at the Norwegian University of Life Sciences (UMB).

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