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Müntener, T., Joss, D., Häussinger, D. and Hiller, S. (2022) ‘Pseudocontact Shifts in Biomolecular NMR Spectroscopy’, Chemical reviews, p. in press. 10.1021/acs.chemrev.1c00796.   
Matsuda, S., Schaefer, J. V., Mii, Y., Hori, Y., Bieli, D., Taira, M., Plückthun, A. and Affolter, M. (2022) ‘Author Correction: Asymmetric requirement of Dpp/BMP morphogen dispersal in the Drosophila wing disc’, Nat Commun, 13(1), p. 389. 10.1038/s41467-021-27680-z.   
Agustoni, E., Teixeira, R. D., Huber, M., Flister, S., Hiller, S. and Schirmer, T. (2022) ‘Acquisition of enzymatic progress curves in real time by quenching-free ion exchange chromatography’, Analytical biochemistry, 639, p. 114523. 10.1016/j.ab.2021.114523.   

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For the Biozentrum Research Summer Internships for Bachelor Students in the Natural Sciences. Engage in a real-life research project during 7 to 9 weeks. More
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Catherine Helbing, Bachelor student: Interview

She heads the Student Committee Biology and besides her studies works part-time. For her good organization is the be-all and end-all. More


Artan Ademi, Master student: Interview
Getting to the bottom of things is something he has always loved doing. That is why was drawn to basic research and to the Biozentrum in Basel. More


Karolin Berneiser, PhD student: Interview
She is not only enthusiastic about the interdisciplinary and international research groups but also, in particular, about the work with large molecular machines. More


Đorđe Relić, PhD student: Interview

For his PhD he changed from mathematics and computer science to biology. A challenging shift from exactness to less predictability. More




State-of-the-art infrastructure for leading-edge research

The Biozentrum has moved into its new home to continue fostering its world class research. It houses 400 researchers from around the world and a large range of highly sensitive scientific installations. For the university as a whole, an additional lecture hall capacity for 900 students has been created. More





The Biozentrum Alumni organization enables the more than 1800 former employees and students to keep in touch and to keep on sharing in the life at the Biozentrum. Joint in! More


Alumnus Sacha Glardon: Interview
He cherishes Walter Gehring’s Drosophila strains, an old Biozentrum PCR machine and the Basel “Fasnacht”. Sacha Glardon is a passionate biologist and a man of many talents. More


Alumna Hilde Jannsens: Interview
Seven different nations and cultures. Hilde Janssens has experience in how differently people communicate. So she decided to become a communications trainer for scientists. More