National Institute of Biology is authorized by the Ministry of Agriculture and the Environment to perform defined tasks of public service for the protection of plants.
The principles of sustainable development and modern environmental protection policy require systematic monitoring of the status of natural values and human environment.
High level of expert knowledge has been gained during several years of research in the field of plant biotechnology and analysing plant genome.
The big research equipment is used as support to our research and educational activities and serves technological development in co-operation with commercial enterprises.
We offer bioanalytical laboratory support, toxicology studies, genetic toxicology testing of different samples, residual DNA detection, improvements of production lines through systems biology, and cotoxicology studies
It is responsible for the management of intellectual property of the Institute. The office acts as a liaison with the economic sector, manages Institute's patents, and is responsible for the transfer of knowledge into society.
National Institute of Biology kindly invites you to attend the lecture: "The digital era for the detection and quantification of genetically modified organisms", by David Dobnik Phd. The lecture will take place on Wednesday, April 22nd, 2015, at 14:00, in the Lecture Hall B3 of the Biological Centre, Večna pot 111, Ljubljana.
National Institute of Biology kindly invites you to attend the lecture: "Comparative and functional genomics of phytoplasmas - emerging plant pathogens" by Martina Šeruga Musić, PhD, University of Zagreb, Faculty of Science, Department of Biology (Croatia). The lecture will take place on Thursday, the 2nd April 2015, at 12:00 in the Lecture Hall B5 of the Biological Centre, Večna pot 111, Ljubljana.