Leibniz Association institutions cooperate closely and share extensively with national and international institutes, universities, organizations and research institutions. In networking projects, they investigate and discuss common research problems and apply for research funding. Networking projects network their differing expertise in flexible, need-based structures in order to bundle and position their potential in individual research fields.
The Leibniz Institute on Aging – Fritz Lipmann Institute (FLI) is actively involved in a variety of networking projects as well, thus taking advantage of the excellent research infrastructure in Jena and Germany in order to efficiently and synergistically work on issues dealing with aging.
We are integrated into the following networking projects:
Jena Centre for Bioinformatics
Naked Mole-Rat Project (SAW 2012)
DNA Damage Responses in Aging (SAW 2014)
Aging Research Center (ARC) Jena
XpandHSC Project (SAW 2020)
IMPULS (Carl Zeiss Foundation)