WZ x CASE Biomed Tandem Key Visual Abb Sevensense Seervision Acquisition23 Wyss Annual Event 2023 177 All projects of Wyss Zurich Slider Vacancies

New collaboration with CASE BioMed

The Center of Advanced Studies on Entrepreneurship in BioMedicine (CASE BioMed) at the Università della Svizzera italiana (USI) and the Wyss Zurich Translational Center (Wyss Zurich) have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) for joint life sciences entrepreneurship programs.

Tandem: Our newest project at Wyss Zurich

Focused on tackling fibrotic diseases.

Sevensense acquired by ABB

Sevensense will continue its innovation in AI and 3D vision with ABB.

Seervision acquired by Q-SYS

Seervision joins forces with Q-SYS to bring together exceptional teams and expand intelligent collaboration solutions

Annual Event 2023

Impressions from our flagship event of the year!

26 Projects supported

with life changing impact in society and markets

We are hiring

Who we are

Wyss Zurich is a unique accelerator, embedded within the ETH Zurich and the University of Zurich, dedicated to the emerging fields of regenerative medicine and robotics, and medical devices/bionics technologies. We unite world-leading experts, pooling their knowledge and expertise, to form multidisciplinary teams.

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Organizational Setup

The Wyss Zurich Translational Center is run jointly by the ETH Zurich and University of Zurich, with infrastructure on both sides. The head office, technology platforms, and the projects are allocated at the Wyss Zurich Translational Center, which is the operational body. The Wyss Zurich Foundation is the approval and funding body.

Key Figures


Projects supported


Jobs created

120 M+

(CHF) Total funding

300 M+

(CHF) Additional funding

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Philanthropist Hansjörg Wyss

Hansjörg Wyss is a Swiss entrepreneur and philanthropist who dedicates his philanthropic activities to environmentalism, scientific research and translation. In Switzerland, his donations have already exceed more than half a billion Swiss Francs in less than ten years, to groundbreaking research projects within three different Wyss Centers or Academy in Zurich, Geneva, and Bern. This makes him the most generous private donor to the Swiss research and innovation landscape.