The build up phase of the Leibniz Center for Photonics in Infection Research (LPI) is now starting with the implementation of novel technologies for the translation of revolutionizing diagnosis and therapy technologies for infectious diseases: More than 100 researchers as well as representatives of the Federal Ministry of Education and […]
Light-based methods are increasingly used for analytical problems in the fields of health, environment, medicine and safety. Raman spectroscopy in particular is a suitable method for this purpose. The measurement data collected in this process are complex and extensive molecular fingerprints. Artificial intelligence can help in the analysis of these […]
Jena University Hospital is coordinating a collaborative project that is now starting to accelerate the diagnosis of viral respiratory infections. The research project will use COVID-19 to develop methods and technologies that can detect viral outbreaks earlier and support their containment to be better prepared for future epidemics.
On October 26, representatives from politics, industry and science celebrated the LPI kick-off event in Jena – emphasizing the potential that Jena, the City of Light, has as a location for the center’s success.
Karliczek: New Leibniz Center in Jena revolutionizes diagnostics and treatment of infectious diseases
Fighting infectious diseases with optical technologies: BMBF funds new Leibniz Center for Photonics in Infection Research with unique infrastructure
Four Jena research institutions sign cooperation agreement for Europe-wide unique research infrastructure for the investigation of light-based health technologies
Solutions in the fight against resistant germs: Federal government to invest in new Leibniz research center
Good ideas from research are to reach patients more quickly in the future. To this end, the German government is investing in a new Leibniz Research Center in Jena. Natural scientists, technology developers, physicians and medical technology manufacturers will work together there in the future to develop light-based technologies for […]
The German Council of Science and Humanities (Wissenschaftsrat) rated the plans for the “Leibniz Center for Photonics in Infection Research” (LPI) in Jena as very positive, according to the “Report on the science-led assessment of large-scale research infrastructure projects for the National Roadmap” published on Monday, July 17, 2017. From […]