D-BSSE

The D-BSSE is one of the ETH Zurich's youngest departments and the only one located in Basel outside of the Zurich campus. The unique blend of researchers in this department makes it an exciting venue for academics interested in biological questions.

 

What kind of research do we do?

The D-BSSE includes researchers from disciplines such as Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Mathematics, Computer Science (Informatics), and Engineering. The collective aim of the department can be summarized as follows:

1. Discover new facts about the functionality of living systems

2. Take these new findings and try to model them

3. Use the resulting models to devise and engineer novel biosystems

D-BSSE News

26.08.2015

Investing into the future of the D-BSSE

D-BSSE News

The governments of Basel-Stadt and Basel-Land have jointly approved the investment of 10 million francs to D-BSSE aimed at supporting the department and enhancing the cooperation of D-BSSE and the University of Basel. Read more 

25.08.2015

Investing in the future of D-BSSE

D-BSSE, Campus in Schällemätteli, Basel. (Photo: ETH Zürich/Nickl & Partner)

The Department of Biosystems Science and Engineering (D-BSSE) at ETH Zurich in Basel and the University of Basel are looking to expand their collaboration. The cantons of Basel-Stadt and Basel-Landschaft are investing a total of CHF 10 million with a view to strengthening their collaboration in the field of personalised medicine and implementing new infrastructure measures. Read more 

24.08.2015

"Personal contacts are important"

Petra Dittrich

ETH Zurich's Industry Day will take place tomorrow. Over the course of the event, 19 ETH professors and scientists will present their current research to industry R&D representatives. One of them is Petra Dittrich, a Professor of Bioanalytics. In an interview with ETH News, she discusses her expectations for the day, as well as the importance of working with the business community. Read more 

13.07.2015

Closing the Cellular Circuit: Kobi Benenson's talk at MIT

Kobi Benenson's talk at MIT

The MIT Alumni Association, in partnership with swissnex Boston and the ETHZ Alumni Association, brought together two of the world’s leading researchers in synthetic biology for a lively conversation and networking reception on Thursday evening, June 25, at the Koch Institute for Cancer Research at MIT, in Cambridge, MA. Read more 

08.07.2015

Best Poster Award at "Transducers" to Patrick Misun

Patrick Misun - Best Poster at Transducers

Patrick Misun received the "Best Poster Award" at the 18th International Conference on Solid-State Sensors, Actuators and Microsystems, Transducers, 2015 in Anchorage, Alaska. Read more 


 
 
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