The International Centre of Biodynamics
The International Centre of Biodynamics was established through Government Decision No.1378/2000 on the basis of the Agreement between UNESCO and the Romanian Government signed in Paris on 30 October 1999 and ratified by the Law No.110/2001
initiates and coordinates research, technological development, and regional (European) training programs (Master and Doctoral) in the field of Biodynamics: for the development and applications of rapid, noninvasive methods to analyze and control biosystems in Biotechnology, Medicine, Food Industry and Ecology. ICB aims to maintain a balance between fundamental and applied research.
ICB conducts its own research projects and is involved in a number of collaborative projects with other organizations, having the following headings:
- Characterization techniques for cellular systems, with emphasis on noninvasive, real-time monitoring;
- Biomass monitoring;
- Detection of contaminants (microbes & toxins);
- Nonlinear Analysis of living systems;
- Biomedical applications - hematological assays, pre-clinical drug screening, monitoring of tissues, organs, and cell suspensions (including ischemic processes);
- Monitoring the effects of external agents on the evolution of cellular systems (drugs, toxic compounds, EM radiation, etc);
An International Postgraduate program "Master & Ph.D. in Biodynamics", is currently under development in collaboration with the University of Bucharest.
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