Biotechnology Center of the TU Dresden

Technische Universität Dresden

The Biotechnology Center (BIOTEC) was founded in 2000 as a central scientific unit of the Technische Universität Dresden. The center is an essential part of implementing the Biotechnology-Offensive of the Free State of Saxony within the TU Dresden. The main goal in establishing and developing this center was to link the revolutionary change within molecular and cell biology to Dresden?s traditionally strong background in engineering. Dresden's aspired innovation advantages as a location for developing state-of-the-art biotechnology are already visible in some parts. The BIOTEC plays a central role in the ?Molecular Bioengineering and Regenerative Medicine? profile of the TU Dresden, fostering developments in the new field of Biotechnology/Biomedicine.

Establishing and developing a strong and internationally competitive research center molecular bioengineering required a powerful nucleus. The BIOTEC started with five professorships and one junior research group recruited within the

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Systemneurobiologie, Verhaltensneurobiologie

Tatzberg 47-51
D-01307 Dresden

0049 351 463 40347



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Birte Urban-Eichler

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