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.
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Project within the Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions, call H2020-MSCA-RISE-2020 “INnovation in Truffle cultivation, preservAtion, proCessing and wild truffle resources managemenT- INTACT” has been approved for financing. Consortium member is Dr Žaklina Marjanović, while our Institute is for the first time included in one of the HORIZON H2020 programmes.
The Springer book Conceptualizing Environmental Citizenship for 21st Century Education (Environmental Discourses in Science Education) was published and our colleagues Dr Mirjana Lenhardt, Dr Vesela Radovic, Dr Marija Smederevac-Lalic participated in the writing of the chapters. This book is based on work from Cost Action ENEC (European Network for Environmental Citizenship) (CA16229) supported by COST […]
This project will be a continuation of a study on black bullhead in the Ponjavica Nature Park and of its experimental rearing in the Centre for Fisheries and Applied Hydrobiology (CEFAH) of the University of Belgrade – Faculty of Agriculture. Lake Markovačko is selected for ichthyological and phytoplankton research to obtain data on fish stock […]
Today, the Science Fund of the Republic of Serbia (http://fondzanauku.gov.rs) has formally presented the first IMSI’s project within the PROMIS program entitled: “LEAPSyn-SCI – Late Embryogenesis Abundant Proteins: Structural Characterisation and Interaction with α-Synuclein”.The overall objective of the Project: reduction of the aggregation of α-Synuclein (α-Syn) by desiccation-related Late Embryogenesis Abundant (LEA) proteins in order […]