Louvain Institute of Biomolecular Science and Technology

  The Louvain Institute of Biomolecular Science and Technology brings together more than 150 research staff working in the field of biology and using molecular and cellular tools.  The general objective is to create an environment favorable to high profile research activities.  More specific aims are as follows : to promote high quality basic research in the life sciences to promote applied projects that emerge from basic research to attract young talented researchers and help them develop a successful team to favor the transfer of know-how to favor the sett About


The LIBST aims at understanding and applying biological mechanisms related to developmental, physiological and pathological processes in animals, plants and microorganisms using molecular and cellular approaches.


Welcome to Sonia Collin and her team

At the beginning of this year, we have the great pleasure to welcome Sonia Collin's research team within the LIBST.  Sonia leads the brewing...
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Training on preservation of micro-organisms

The BCCM consortium organizes its fourth hands-on training on preservation of micro-organisms (fungi, bacteria, cyanobacteria, microalgae), and...
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Pascal Hols received the Danisco® Science Excellence Medal

Pascal Hols, Professor of Microbiology at the Institute of Biomolecular Science and Technology, Université catholique de Louvain, Belgium –...
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