19-03-19 - Event

Clinical Colloquium Regenerative Medicine – April 1, 2019

Dr. Andrea Banfi (Cell and Gene Therapy, Department of Surgery, Basel University Hospital, and Department of Biomedicine, University of Basel, Switzerland) will talk about "Therapeutic Angiogenesis – from Vascular Biology to Regenerative Medicine" on Monday, April 1, 2019 from 1.00 - 2.00 p.m. at Institute for Regenerative Medicine (IREM), University of Zurich, Wagistrasse 12, WAD-904 (Founders Lab), 8952 Schlieren.

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14-03-19 - Event

Seminar Translational and Clinical Wyss Zurich Projects

Dr. Christina Sina (Wyss Zurich – ETH Zurich / University of Zurich) will talk about "Antibodies against Nogo-A to enhance regeneration of the injured central nervous system– Status quo within the Wyss Zurich CeNeReg project" on Tuesday, March 26, 2019 at 12:30 – 13:30 p.m. at University Hospital Zurich, Kleiner Hörsaal OST.

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13-02-19 - Event

MINT&Pepper programming workshop for young people at Schweizerhof Lenzerheide

Our Associate project MINT&Pepper is currently offering a programming workshop for young people at Schweizerhof Lenzerheide. When? February 13 – March 2, 2019. Where? Schweizerhof Lenzerheide. Who can participate? Youngsters ages 8-15. Cost? CHF 10.00.

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30-01-19 - Event

Seminar Translational and Clinical Wyss Zurich Projects

Dr. Nancy Falla, Dr. Valentina Lintas and Robin Müller (Wyss Zurich – ETH Zurich / University of Zurich) will talk about "Tissue-engineered human matrices to repair and regenerate the heart – Status quo within the Wyss Zurich LifeMatrix project" on Tuesday, February 26, 2019 from 12.30 - 13.30 p.m. at University Hospital Zurich, Kleiner Hörsaal OST.

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26-01-19 - Media Coverage

Tages-Anzeiger – „Mit seiner Hilfe durch das «Tal des Todes»"

Tages-Anzeiger journalist Felix Straumann paid a visit to Wyss Zurich Founding Co-Director Simon Hoerstrup. Are you curious about our story? Find out more about our Co-Director and the mission of Wyss Zurich.

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25-01-19 - News

OxyPrem– New Project at Wyss Zurich

Wyss Zurich welcomes the new project OxyPrem. OxyPrem is the first medical device that reliably monitors the oxygen levels of preterm infants’ brains in real time.

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25-01-19 - Event

Clinical Colloquium Regenerative Medicine – January 28, 2019

Prof. Sebastian Jessberger (Laboratory of Neural Plasticity, Brain Research Institute, University of Zurich) will talk about "Elucidating the molecular and cellular dynamics of neurogenesis" on Monday, January 28, 2019 from 1.00 - 2.00 p.m. at University of Zurich, Campus Schlieren, Wagistrasse 12, Seminar room 6th floor, 8952 Schlieren.

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17-01-19 - Media Coverage

Computerworld – „Continental lässt die Roboterhunde los”

The German company Continental has presented a new delivery concept at the Consumer Electronics Fair CES in Las Vegas. This concept consists in an autonomously moving delivery van filled with robotic dogs of the Wyss Zurich project ANYmotion. These four-legged delivery robots are responsible for the fine distribution at the destination. The so called ANYmals show, how parcels can be transported to the consumer - even if the customer cannot physically receive them. Read the full article in Computerworld (in German).

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11-01-19 - News

HYLOMORPH AG was awarded the Innosuisse Certificate

After a three years process Innosuisse certifies HYLOMORPH AG as “ready for sustainable growth”. The program for start-up coaching is divided into three parts in which experience business coaches advise and support companies and lead them to ensure their sustainable growth. Simone Bottan, CEO, said "Innosuisse has been fundamental in guiding HYLOMORPH out of academia into a commercial venture”.

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05-01-19 - Media Coverage

SRF Tagesschau – „Spin-off-Boom an der ETH Zürich”

Wyss Zurich project Sevensense is one of the 27 companies, which were founded last year at the ETH Zurich. Sevensense benefits from the financial support of Wyss Zurich, the access to a world-class infrastructure as well as the support in analysis and business strategy. The team of 12 develops solutions that enable robots to measure their position with a high level of accuracy and to navigate precisely and safely in dynamic environments. Similar to the human eye and inner ear, these systems process images from cameras and an inertial measurement unit to construct a map of the surroundings and pinpoint their position on the map.

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