ITQB-NOVA is part of the Universidade NOVA de Lisboa. Its mission is to carry out scientific research and postgraduate teaching in chemistry, life sciences, and associated technologies, while serving the community and promoting science and technology. ITQB- NOVA is one of the leading research centers for the chemical and life sciences in Portugal, with a strong expertise in molecular biosciences, cellular and molecular biology, molecular and structural biology, biophysics and chemical biology. This expertise is key in research with impact in two strategic societal challenges: the well-being of human societies and the environment.
TIMB3 Coordinator: Prof. Miguel Teixeira
CIRMMP is a consortium of three Italian universities (Florence, Siena and Bologna), and a leading center at both national and international levels, funded by competitive projects from the Tuscan Regional Government, the Italian Ministry of Higher Education and Research, and the European Commission, plus private institutions. It is an infrastructure for life Sciences and structural biology and its core technology is NMR spectroscopy. The on site instrumentation is among the most advanced worldwide. Its researchers are experts in bioinformatics, molecular biology, protein functional characterization and structural determination, with emphasis on metalloproteins. CIRMMP is the Italian node of INSTRUCT-ERIC, a pan-European research infrastructure in structural biology.
TIMB3 Coordinator: Prof. Claudio Luchinat
TUB is an interdisciplinary university that hosts the UniSysCat German Cluster of Excellence. UniSysCat is an interdisciplinary research network of leading German universities focused on bridging the gaps between homogeneous, heterogeneous and biological catalyses. It tackles one of the greatest challenges in catalysis - coupled catalytic systems – with impact in energy and materials sciences, as well as in biotechnology and health-related fields. TUB has one of the world leading centers for vibrational spectroscopies.
TIMB3 Coordinator: Prof. Peter Hildebrandt
EPR spectra of multiheme cytochrome as a function of the redox potential