NEW PROJECT AT WYSS ZURICH
A warm welcome to the new Wyss Zurich project Voliro. Voliro is working with autonomous aerial robots with the outstanding capability to see and touch in order to work on difficult-to-access areas.
Wyss Zurich welcomes Somagenetix. Somagenetix is harnessing gene and cell therapy to treat patients with severe inherited diseases.
The 2019 Wyss Zurich Annual Event
Wyss Zurich brings together the excellence of ETH Zurich and the University of Zurich in the emerging fields of Regenerative Medicine and Robotics
Partial ISO 13485 QMS
Wyss Zurich implements product development processes in alignment with ISO 13485 requirements to support and accelerate medical device projects
Enhancing the regeneration of the injured central nervous system
Personalized skin grafts to treat skin defects
Establishing immune tolerance in Multiple Sclerosis
Restoring immune balance in sepsis
Improving the biocompatibility of implantable medical devices
Tissue-engineered human matrices to repair and regenerate the heart
Regeneration of the human liver outside of the body
The new way of measuring brain oxygen levels of preterm infants
Changing the broadcast industry with adaptive motion control technology
Visual navigation for the next generation of service robots
Gene therapy solutions for patients with severe inherited diseases
Autonomous aerial robots with the capability to see and touch
Enjoying learning at school and at leisure
Working Together to Combat Urinary Incontinence
Poetic Animatronics Through Hands-On Systems
A modular system of application-specific prosthetic hands for children and adolescents
Train a Robot. Learn Science.
Enhancing the interaction skills and mobility of robots
Replicating the human visual perception for robots
Flying robots that take-off and land like helicopters, but fly like planes
Broad media attention on Liver4Life
World Premiere in Zurich: Development of a machine that keeps human livers alive for one week outside of the body
Glarus will take off - Helicopter Day - with Roland Siegwart - on 11. February 2020
Further news on the Wyss Zurich project LifeMatrix: Great potential to be disrupting the technology in the cardiovascular implant market.
Award goes to LifeMatrix: Techno-College Innovation Award for LifeMatrix bioengineering platform
VOLIRO - NEW PROJECT AT WYSS ZURICH
SOMAGENETIX - NEW PROJECT AT WYSS ZURICH
TIME FOR “WINTER DRINKS” AND GREAT NETWORKING AMONG THE ENTREPRENEURIAL COMMUNITY!
The Digital Economy Award winner - Seervision
NZZ am Sonntag - Sie geben Brandopfern Hoffnung
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.
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