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Exploring Novel Adenovirus Vectors for Therapeutic Applications

Apr 4th 2024

Researchers from the Ruđer Bošković Institute will explore the frontiers of gene therapy and vaccine development through the "Integrative Characterisation of Novel adenovirus VECtors aimed at Therapeutic Applications" (INVECTA) project, thanks to a Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions grant of nearly €200,000. The aim is to unlock the potential of uncommon adenoviruses with low levels of immunity for innovative treatments addressing critical medical gaps, delivering healing genes right where needed.

RBI Launched HERO Project Funded by the Central European Initiative COVID-19 Call

Feb 26th 2021

Project aimed at helping patients suffering from haematological diseases.

Award Winning 'Spindle Twist Paper'

Jun 19th 2019

The European Microscopy Society Outstanding Paper Award goes to ’spindle twist paper’ published in Nature Communications!

’Spindles Do the Twist!’

Sep 12th 2018

A new study by Croatian research team, led by professor Iva Tolić from the Ruđer Bošković Institute and professor Nenad Pavin from the Faculty of Science at the University of Zagreb, reveals that the mitotic spindle is a chiral object.

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