International School of Biophysics is organized by the Croatian biophysical society. School 2020 was canceled due to the CoViD-19 situation. Due to these last minute developments, it was not possible to secure funding to organize the School online. Contacts: email@example.com
Our scientists led by dr.sc. Iva Tolić and Prof. Nenad Pavin published work in the prestigious scientific journal Nature Communication on chirality of a mitotic spindle. Congratulations !!! You can find more on Nature Communication.
Student grants by EBSA and COST are available! biofizika.hr/school The School features 4 hands-on training courses along the introductory and advanced lectures by our distinguished Lecturers: COST CM1306 Molecular Machines and NanoTemper: MST and nanoDSF Workshop on biomolecular interaction analytics
The 14th International School of Biophysics is organized by the Croatian Biophysical Society. GRANT APPLICATION OPEN UNTIL 15/04/2018>>>
At the Assembly, held on 6.2.2018. at the Ruđer Bošković Institute, the new Supervisory Board was elected: dr.sc. Hrvoje Brkić (MeF, Osijek), dr.sc. Bono Lučić (IRB, Zagreb) and dr.sc.Višnja Stepanić (IRB, Zagreb) as well as the new members of the
At the Assembly, held on 27.1.2017. at Institut za fiziku, Zagreb the new President of the Croatian Biophysical Society was elected, Dr.sc. Mario Cindrić (IRB, Zagreb) as well as the new Management Board: Prof. dr.sc. Larisa Zoranić (PMF-Split), dr.sc. Nadica
The 13th International School of Biophysics is organized by the Croatian Biophysical Society. REGISTRATION OPENED ON 25/02/2016>>>
XBW 2015, 10th Christmas Biophysics Workshop was held in San Daniele del Friuli, Italy, 14-15 Dec. These annual meetings bring together scientists who work in the field of biophysics and soft matter from nearby centers in Slovenia, Croatia, Austria and
Annual Assembly of CBS was held on 07.12.2015. at Ruđer Bošković Institute, Bijenička 54 (Lecture room 3rd wing). As an introduction prof.dr.sc. Georg Pabst, Uni Graz, Austria has given seminar “Lipid Domains in the Ångström-Regime“.
Upon nomination by the Croatian Biophysical Society, the EBSA Young Investigators’ Medal and Prize was Awarded at the 10th EBSA Congress to dr. Iva Tolić, Ruđer Bošković Institute.