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In its 88-year story, the mission of our institute has been to carry out excellence research in fundamental and applied physical chemistry, contributing to the scientific training of several generations of researchers at the highest level. Our vision is to be an international reference in multidisciplinary research focused on the resolution of the present challenges of our society in the fields of health, biotechnology, new materials, and environment.



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Scientists from the IQFR, the Univ. of Bergen and CNIO report in PNAS the atomic structure of phenylalanine hydroxylase, a human enzyme responsible of the phenylketonuria disease.

This coming June 7th, an inaugural scientific symposium will be held to celebrate the launch of the Spanish Network of the Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Laboratories, a new Unique Scientific and Technical Infrastructure (ICTS).

Vitamin B12-based photoreceptors and their applications in optogenetics and synthetic biology highlighted in an invited review by members of IQFR and Dpto. Genética-Universidad de Murcia (Unidad Asociada al IQFR)

Scientists from the IQFR, the Norwegian University of Life Sciences and the Univ. Of Bloomington Indiana have characterized the structure of the extracellular domain of FtsX, an essential protein in the bacterial division.

The NMR laboratory of Rocasolano Institue of Physical Chemistry enters the selected map singular scientific and technical infrastructure.

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Científicos del IQFR han desarrollado nuevas aplicaciones de la tecnología de los microarrays que facilitan el estudio de interacciones bacteria-hospedador mediadas por carbohidratos.

Scientists from the IQFR and the UCLM have published the 1st characterization by NMR of the snow flea antifreeze protein which is formed exclusively of polyproline II helices & is crucially stabilized by Cα-H ||| O=C H-bonds.

Scientists at IQFR and the University of Gothenburg show in Nature Communications that Antarctic winter sea ice produces organic bromine compounds in the absence of sunlight.