Soldier flies for climate protection in the future?

Scientists at the Leibniz Institute in Dummerstorf extend their research spectrum to insects

The winners of the Day of the Doctoral Student 2019 have been announced

For the 19th time, the FBN has organized a competition for doctoral students.

The pikeperch’s genome is finally assembled

In a study recently published in the scientific journal Genes MDPI, researchers from the "Fish Genetic Unit" of FBN's Genome Biology Institute in collaboration with colleagues from "Statistics in Genomics Unit" of FBN's Genetics and Biometry Institute have sequenced and assembled the first high-quality pikeperch (Sander lucioperca) genome, which consists of 24 chromosomes.


Leibniz Institute for Farm Animal Biology (FBN)

The Leibniz Institute for Farm Animal Biology (FBN) researches the functional biodiversity of farm animals in the context of the specific environments in which they are kept and derives sustainable solutions for farm animal husbandry.



Three programme areas - basis of our research conception