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  • IN VITRO GENOTOXICITY TESTING
    IN VITRO GENOTOXICITY TESTING
    With genotoxicity testing we can identify potential hazard for human health and environmental organisms due to DNA damage and mutation induction.
  • SLOVENIAN ACCREDITATION FOR TESTING OF GENETICALLY MODIFIED ORGANISMS
    SLOVENIAN ACCREDITATION FOR TESTING OF GENETICALLY MODIFIED ORGANISMS
    The National Institute of Biology, Department of Biotechnology and Systems Biology is accredited by Slovenian accreditation for qualitative and quantitative testing of genetically modified organisms

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  • Services for agricultural industry

    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.

 
 
 
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  • Research equipment

    The big research equipment is used as support to our research and educational activities and serves technological development in co-operation with commercial enterprises.

 
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  • Services for pharmaceutical industry

    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

 
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  • Technology Transfer Office

    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.

 
07 Jul

National Institute of Biology has signed international academic cooperation agreement with the Institute of Chemistry - Instituto de Quimica at the University of São Paulo, Brazil

The international academic cooperation agreement between the National Institute of Biology (NIB) and the Institute of Chemistry (Instituto de Quimica) at the University of São Paulo (USP) in Brazil was signed on 8 June 2015 in São Paulo, at the residence of the honorary consul of the Republic of Slovenia Mr Octávio Tavares de Oliva Filho and his wife Rosana. The agreement was concluded in order to strengthen the academic and scientific cooperation in the form of work on joint research projects in the field of biochemistry and molecular biology, cell biology and biomedicine.
23 Jun

The Ocean Sampling Day, a Global Event for Sequencing the Oceans

Scientists at the Marine Biology Station Piran, National Institute of Biology on the Slovenian coast will join researchers around the globe in a worldwide Ocean Sampling Day (OSD) on 21st of June 2015.

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