The Institute of Chemistry carries out basic and applied research, and also trains specialists of high qualification.
Main research areas are as follows:
Investigation of electrochemical, catalytic and sorption processes in solutions and their application
The London Centre for Nanotechnology is an interdisciplinary joint enterprise between University College London and Imperial College London. In bringing together world-class infrastructure and leading nanotechnology research activities, the Centre aims to attain the critical mass to compete ... more
RIFM is the international scientific authority for the safe use of fragrance materials. RIFM generates, evaluates and distributes scientific data on the safety assessment of fragrance raw materials found in personal and household care products. Through extensive research, testing and consta ... more
The Max Planck Institute of Biochemistry (MPIB) is part of the Max Planck Society, a non profit research organization dedicated to top level basic research. The MPIB, which currently has 10 departments and 15 independent junior research groups, is one of the largest Institutes within the Ma ... more
The Institute of Biochemistry was established by the Presidium of the Lithuanian Academy of Sciences on November 23, 1966, decision No. 470, effective from January 1, 1967. This decision provided such main directions of research at the Institute: "modeling and studies of enzyme structure; s ... more