new project launched
ANYmotion: Enhancing the interaction skills and mobility of robots - A Wyss Zurich Project
Novago: Antibodies against Nogo-A to enhance regeneration in the injured central nervous system - A Wyss Zurich Project
Wyss Zurich brings together the excellence of ETH Zurich and the University of Zurich in the emerging fields of Regenerative Medicine and Robotics
By integrating projects from multiple disciplines & giving access to world-class resources, we translate science into life-improvements & foster entrepreneurship.
Enhancing the interaction skills and mobility of robots
Enhancing the regeneration of the injured central nervous system
Flying robots that take-off and land like helicopters, but fly like planes
Establishing immune tolerance in Multiple Sclerosis
Replicating the human visual perception for robots
Regeneration of the Human Liver Outside of the Body
Improving the performance of Ventricular Assist Devices
Tissue-engineered human matrices to repair and regenerate the heart
Interdisciplinary Colloquium Regenerative Medicine I - June 28, 2016
INTERNET OF THINGS SUMMIT - "Status Quo and Trends of Robotics" by Roland Siegwart
NZZ am Sonntag - the next digital revolution
Visit of Dr. Christian Ehler, Member of the European Parliament
Roland Siegwart presented at the Swiss Export Tag
Zurich meets London – Interview with Sir Magdi and Prof. Simon P. Hoerstrup
Neue Zürcher Zeitung - Organic ink for new organs
The Wyss Zurich Executive Team consists of the Founding co-Directors and the Chief Operating Officer.
Wyss Zurich Core Faculty members are leaders in the field of Regenerative Medicine and Robotics.
The state-of-the-art technology platforms support the advancement of the Wyss Zurich projects.
Wyss Translational Center Zurich
ETH Zurich, LEO C14