On Nature’s Path
The ADSI was initiated by the analytical chemist o.Univ.-Prof.Mag.Dr.Dr.h.c. Günther K. Bonn, Head of the Institute of Analytical Chemistry and Radiochemistry, University of Innsbruck, and by the cell biologist and physician Univ.-Prof.Dr.med. Lukas A. Huber, Head of the Cell Biology Division at the Medical University of Innsbruck. Both Prof. Bonn and Prof. Huber are the scientific directors of the ADSI.
Today, ADSI is a research enterprise of the University of Innsbruck offering its services for phytopharma, dietary supplements, phytocosmetics, nutrition and related industries. The main focus is on phytosciences as a core scientific field, where screening services are offered. Services developed at ADSI are the basis of three pillars strategy: 1) screening and product development, 2) mode of action studies and confirmation of cosmetic claims and 3) quality control analyses. The ADSI is now an integral part of the Austrian research landscape and works closely with numerous universities and research institutions, as well as with industrial partners in Austria and abroad.
The Michael-Popp-Foundation and the State of Tyrol initiated a new institute for herbal drug research at the University of Innsbruck. A further institute enriches the Tyrolean research landscape. The new Research Institute for New Phyto [...]
On the occasion of his guest lecture on 14th November on the topic of chemical "proteomics and drug design" at the Centre for Chemistry and Biochemistry (CCB) in Innsbruck Prof. Dr. Giulio Superti-Furga also visited [...]
Exam preparation in a different way: Innsbruck pharmaceutical students learn with Bionorica From campus to company, from Tyrol to Oberpfalz: 39 pharmacy students from the Leopold-Franzens-University Innsbruck travelled the 300 kilometres to Neumarkt in order [...]
Thai princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn visits ADSI as part of her Tyrolean reception. For years she has been committed to scientific cooperation between Tyrol and Thailand. The Thai princess was welcomed in Innsbruck with a [...]
Plants play an important role in medicine, cosmetics and, of course, nutrition. The ADSI in Innsbruck - illustrated by the example of olive oil - is investigating what substances in which composition have health-promoting effects. [...]
PreCanMed: cross-border cancer research from Tyrol to Friuli Venezia Giulia to promote personalised cancer medicine
The Italian-Austrian team of PreCanMed will meet today for the first PreCanMed Workshop in Innsbruck and present the perspectives of their research and innovation initiative in precision cancer medicine. In public lectures, the experts will [...]
With the determination of the crystalline structure of the protein complex LAMTOR, scientists led by Lukas Huber also discovered the sensitive "Achilles' heel" of the complex and would like to use this knowledge to advance [...]