Biomolecular Interaction Centre
The Biomolecular Interaction Centre (BIC) is a multi-disciplinary research centre dedicated to the study of molecular interactions critical to biological function. Understanding these interactions is central to a range of fundamental sciences, new treatments for disease and a wide range of highly functional products.
The centre was founded in 2007 at the University of Canterbury. It includes researchers from across the Colleges of Science and Engineering and has a growing network that includes collaborators from many of New Zealand’s Crown Research Institutes, universities and Callaghan Innovation. BIC also has a strong and increasing network of international collaborators.
BIC is a multi-disciplinary centre that studies molecular interactions critical to biological function.
We have a range of advanced technologies to enhance our ability to study biomolecular interactions.
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are located at the Biology building