Tag Kai Simons

The Lipidomics Webinar

We all know that genes and proteins are important in biological research. But what about lipids? Lipidomics has proven its usefulness in many studies, but still a lot of scientists do not know about lipidomics and have no clear picture of how it will benefit their research. Hence, we newly launched a webinar series, The Lipidomics Webinar.

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Prof. Anne-Claude Gavin accepts 1st prize of LEA

The laureate of the world’s first Lipidomics Excellence Award, Prof. Dr. Anne-Claude Gavin from the University of Geneva , uses the analysis technology of Dresden based Lipotype GmbH for the next breakthrough in her lipid transfer research. The biochemist draws the world’s first molecular “map of lipid highways”, she is tracing the ways of lipid transfer between the membranes of body cells.

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Robert Koch Gold Medal 2016 to Kai Simons

Press release

Berlin/Dresden, 4 November 2016: Kai Simons, founding director of the Max Planck Institute of Molecular Cell Biology and Genetics (MPI-CBG) and managing director of Lipotype GmbH, receives the Robert Koch Medal in Gold for his lifetime achievements, in particular for his characterization of membrane-forming lipids and the development of the lipid raft concept. The Award Ceremony takes place on Friday, November 4th 2016 at the Berlin-Brandenburg Academy of Sciences and Humanities.

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