Nairobi, Kenya, National Science and Technology Exhibitions week sees a flurry of activity, innovation and the opportunity for students and scientists alike to interact with policymakers.Read more
Alessandro Marcello, Molecular Virology Group Leader reports back from the Biological Weapons Convention Meeting of Experts MX4, held on 6 August 2019.Read more
From 29 July to 3 August 2019, ICGEB Cape Town is taking part in science-based activities in the countrywide celebration of scienceRead more
The ICGEB Regulatory Science Group entered into an 18-month Agreement with the United Nations Environment Programme (UN Environment)Read more
From Tuesday, 9 to 14 July at the “Stazione Marittima” Conference Centre in Trieste, Lawrence Banks, ICGEB Director-General hosts the 50th Anniversary edition of the DNA Tumour Virus MeetingRead more
On 21 June 2019, the Government of Ethiopia acceded to the ICGEB Statutes to become the 66th Full Member State of the Organisation.Read more
Lawrence Banks is the fifth Director-General of the ICGEB and was elected by the Board of Governors at its session in May 2019. He commences his five-year term on 1 July 2019, with an address directly from the ICGEB New Delhi Component, graciously hosted by Dinakar Salunke, Director of ICGEB India.Read more
A recent ground-breaking publication in PLoS Pathogens, a peer-reviewed, Open Access journal, from the Tumour Virology Laboratory shows that phosphorylation of the HPV E7 oncoprotein by a cellular kinase, CKII, is essential for tumour maintenance.Read more
The ICGEB Symposium is an annual event bringing together all our students, scientists and researchers to present their latest results, to network and interact across all disciplines, with a little fun thrown in.Read more
Attending the 25th session of the ICGEB Board of Governors in Trieste, Italy from 21-22 May 2019, Sir Richard Roberts presents the Nobel Campaign supporting GMOs and Golden Rice. Watch his presentation here.Read more
Preview and download the latest Annual Report on the results of the past year: Scientific results from 46 laboratories across three Continents.
The ICGEB-DIC-MOST International Fellowship Program (IFP) offers competitive Short-term Fellowships in Life Sciences to highly motivated scientists from the eligible ICGEB Member States wishing to pursue postgraduate research in China.