In its research, the Biozentrum incorporates the benefits of being international, interdisciplinary and innovative along with having leading-edge technology and highly qualified and motivated employees.

3D model of several HCN potassium channels arranged side by side.

Neural stem cell-derived brain tumors in Drosophila.

Adult neural stem cells give rise to neurons (green) and astrocytes (red).

ARTIDIS: a new nano technology to measure tissue structures.

In the training of top qualified scientists for the future to work in universities, industry and the community, the Biozentrum emphasizes a strong research orientation and the close guidance of its students.

The Biozentrum of the University of Basel is one of the worldwide leading institutes for molecular and biomedical basic research and teaching.

Nobel Laureate Venki Ramakrishnan at the Biozentrum

In 2013, an Indian TV channel named Venki Ramakrishnan one of the “25 greatest global living Indians”. On 13th October, 2015, the structural biologist and Nobel laureate will visit the Biozentrum of the University of Basel. As a part of the Biozentrum Lectures series, the scientist will talk about the structure and function of the ribosome, the... more

Obituary for Jeff Schatz (1936 – 2015)

The Biozentrum is mourning the death of Gottfried Schatz, Professor emeritus of Biochemistry at the University of Basel. more

Important Date

October 13, 2015
Biozentrum Lectures
Venki Ramakrishnan
"The Ribosome - How stop codons are recognized during translation"