• 16
    Sep, 2022

Beyond Quantum Music

Projekt Beyond Quantum Music provode:
Muzikološki institut SANU, Beograd
DUALITY, Beograd
Ars Electronica, Linz
Mediteranski institut za istraživanje života MedILS, Split

  • 16
    Jun, 2020

Goldman Sachs Gives

Goldman Sachs Gives is committed to fostering innovative ideas, solving economic and social issues, and enabling progress in underserved communities globally. Through a donor-advised fund, Goldman Sachs’ current and retired senior employees work together to recommend grants to qualifying nonprofit organizations to help them achieve their goals.

  • 16
    Jun, 2020

Young Researchers Career Development Project

This grant is awarded to the mentor of a prospective PhD candidate and supports the student's salary over a four-year period. The student will receive training in the “Biology of Robustness“ group at MedILS under the mentorship of Katarina Trajkovic

  • 20
    May, 2020

3D and Virtual Reality Technologies for VET

3D and Virtual Reality Technologies for VET“ je projekt financiran sredstvima Erasmus+ programa u okviru ključne aktivnosti Suradnja za inovacije i razmjenu dobrih praksi. Vrsta aktivnosti: Strateška partnerstva za strukovno obrazovanje. Ukupno trajanje projekta je dvije godine.

  • 1
    Jan, 2020

Cellular parabiosis

Cellular parabiosis: the role of cell-to-cell communication in phenotypic suppression

Croatian Science Foundation (2020-2023)

Coordinator: MedILS (lead Katarina Trajković)

Partners: Nortwestern Univesity, Institut Ruđer Bošković

Healthy aging is one of the most important goals of the contemporary society from the medical and economical perspectives. Thus, major research efforts are directed towards identifying molecular mechanisms of aging with the aim to develop strategies for attenuating aging.

  • 14
    Nov, 2019

ADHEsion GPCR Network

COST Action CA18240

ADHEsion GPCR Network: Research and Implementation Set the path for future Exploration


The Action aims to promote, stimulate and translate research on Adhesion-G protein-coupled receptors (aGPCRs) ‘from bench to bedside’ in Europe. Adhesion-GPCRs are a class of structurally and functionally highly intriguing cell surface receptors with essential functions in health and disease, which have remained understudied for a long time and thus, display a vastly unexploited pharmacological potential.