The National Institute of Chemistry is the leading research institute in the field of molecular biochemistry, structural and computational chemistry and biotechnology.
Main research activities of our laboratory include hydrogen bonding research, computational enzymology, studies of nucleic acids reactivity, drug design and bioinformatics.
We are developing and applying chemometrics and statistical methods for solving problems in chemistry and related sciences, from visualization of many-dimensional data to analysis of biologically relevant information in proteomics and genomics.
Functional genomics and biochemistry of fungi. Studies of the molecular mechanisms of cell signaling.
Research and development of advanced biopharmaceuticals
Research of the molecular mechanism of molecular recognition and signaling in innate immune response, drug design and synthetic biology.
Study of protein folding, determination of structure and interactions of drugs and development of structural theoretical and spectroscopic methods are the most important group research activities.
NMR centre enables measurements of spectra and research within the research and development projects in academic institutions and in industry.