The Institute for Multidisciplinary Research (IMSI) was established in 1970 as the Centre for Multidisciplinary Studies of the University of Belgrade, with the aim to foster research and education of postgraduates in borderline disciplines and multidisciplinary sciences.
In 2007 the Centre was transformed to the research institute by the directive of the Serbian Government, and from 2009 it has again become the member of the University of Belgrade.
The three cross-linked departments (Materials Science, Life Sciences and Environmental Sciences) are organized to achieve the high quality of interdisciplinary research within bio- and technical sciences and the efficient use of the equipment. With more than 90 researchers (45 PhDs) the IMSI is an outstanding research institution and also an attractive educational environment for master and PhD students, with a long term devotion to promote scientific excellence.
News and Events
We are presenting the analysis of IMSI publications for period 2010-2014 Ivan Spasojevic Head of the Department of Life Sciences
One of the most remarcable animals living on Earth, are now available to researchers in Serbia. Tardigrades are almost indestructable, capable to survive temperatures from -250 to +150, extreme doses of radiation, decades without water even open space. Contact persons: Professor Milos Mojovic: email@example.com Aleksandar Savic: firstname.lastname@example.org
Ministry of Education, Science and Technological Development, organizes new bilateral projects with Croatia, Slovenia, Germany and Austria. Fundings are generaly low, equivalent to one month salary in host country. Deadlines: Austria: 27th of May Slovenia: 23rd of June Germany: 30th of June Croatia: 6th of July More info on MPN […]
Professional laboratory for production of fungal mycelium Radojicic-Petrovic, calls the researchers for collaboration, with possibility to transfer the ideas directly to production practice: Main topics of interest: Absorption of selenium in Pleurotus Ostreatus (srb. bukovaca) and Lentinula Edodes (srb. sitaka) Sterilization of compost Development of novel instruments and controllers Development of antibacterial surfaces […]
Dear Colleagues, we are inviting you to lecture: „Kičica (Centaurium erythraea Rafn.) – lekovita biljka i model sistem u biologiji razvića“ Lecturer: Dr. Ana Simonovic, Department of Plant Physiology, Institute IBISS Time and date: 12h, May 27th, Department of Life Sciences, Institute IMSI Presentation is available online. Kind regards Ivan Spasojevic, Head of […]