In order to offer the broad public insights into modern life science research, Life Science Zurich regularly organises talks, discussions and competitions.
Since 2010 Life Science Zurich has been organizing the Nationaler Zukunftstag for children of UZH emloyees at Irchel Campus. In 2018 as in previous years, all places in the Zukunftstag on 8 November were booked out. About 120 children from 5th to 7th grade visited either different lab workshops or choose to work more intensively on specific technical discipline. After the regular program children and parents were invited to the «Flying circus in Physics».
- «Klimaverholzung» connected to the film Bruno Manser - Die Stimme des Regenwaldes
- «Mensch. Maschine!» connected to the film Sound of Metal
- «Frontiers of genetic research» connected to the film Genesis 2.0
- «When Science Fiction becomes Reality» connected to the film The Truth about Killer Robots
- «AIDS: death sentence - normal living - complete cure?» connected to the film 120 Beats per Minute
- «Future children» connected to the film Future Baby
- «Food for thought» connected to the film The Islands and the Whales
- «Is ingenuity trainable?» connected to the film Magnus
In the autumn semester 2013, Life Science Zurich organised in collaboration with Effy Vayena from the Institute of Epidemiology, Biostatistics and Prevention of the UZH a number of talks on personalised medicine.
Photocompetition "Diversity of Nature"
Within the scope of the "International Year of Biodiversity" Life Science Zurich Communication & Events hosted a photographic competition on the theme of "Diversity of Nature". A jury of specialists judged the submitted photographs and a small exhibition presented three awarded photos from each category.
Zurich Life Science Week "Grow old and stay young"
Everybody wants to grow old but nobody wants to be old. Within the scope of the first Zurich Life Science Week that took place in May 2006, researchers from the most varied fields presented the newest findings on geriatric research. More