VIDEOHow is the HZI contributing to the management of the coronavirus pandemic?
Three HZI scientists present their research project on SARS-CoV-2
STORYWorld Day for Laboratory Animals on April 24
The HZI has set itself the goal of finding new diagnostic methods, new active substances and new therapies against infectious diseases. Here you can find out why we cannot forgo animal experiments in our research.
STORYNew viruses, new challenges
There are many thousands of viruses circulating in the animal world that could spread to humans. SARS-CoV-2 has shown how quickly new viruses can spread worldwide.
NEWSPutting pathogens on mute
Saarbrücken researchers develop novel strategy for treating hospital germs
NEWSExtensive data resource for microbiome research
HZI bioinformaticians bring to light a natural CRISPR system of the human microbiome
NEWSMolecular weapon with built-in delivery device
HZI scientists find novel protein structures in a bacterial toxin
2021-08-02Gene activities of an oral microbe mapped
2021-07-15Vaccination success without B cells
2021-07-12Hans-and-Ruth-Giessen-Scholarship for Chantal Bader
2021-07-12COR-101 is Inhibiting the Emerging Delta Variant of SARS-CoV-2
2021-07-09COVID-19 Patientenkohorte hilft bei Aufklärung des Patientenrisikos
2021-07-02NFDI4Microbiota celebrates success in second round of NFDI calls
2021-04-27CRISPR discovery from Würzburg paves the way for novel COVID testing method
2021-04-08How well are we protected six months after infection or vaccination?
2021-04-08iCAIR® consortium delivers first results on the way to inhalable drugs against SARS-CoV-2
2021-04-06New viruses, new challenges