Innovation and Start-up Center for Biotechnology IZB


Max Planck Institute of Biochemistry


Max Planck Institute for Biological Intelligence


Biology Faculty at the LMU*  Graduate School of Systemic Neurosciences (GSN) and Munich Center for Neurosciences Brain and Mind LMU*


Biomedical Center of the LMU*


Clinic of the University of Munich in Großhadern, LMU*


Outpatient surgery center LMU*


Neurological Research Center of the LMU*


Center for Neuropathology and Prion Research of the LMU* (ZNP)


Gene Center of the LMU* and Institute for Biochemistry


Center for Stroke and Dementia Research of the LMU*


Pharmacy and Chemistry Faculty of the LMU*


Institute for Chemical Epigenetics at the LMU*


BioSysM the Bavarian Research Center for Molecular Biosystems of the LMU*


Research Center ICON for Diseases of the Cardiovascular System of the LMU* and the LMU Hospital (under construction)

*Ludwig-Maximilians-University Munich

Networking between science, economy and ­companies is realized in an exemplary manner on the Martinsried Life Sciences Campus. Over the long-term in the areas of biology and medicine such locations only have a real future when they ­effectively support the transfer from basic research to ­applications. Today the Martinsried Science Campus is one of the world’s largest centers on basic scientific research, teaching, clinical research and technology innovation. This creates a variety of collaborations between the start-ups, the institutes and the clinic. The short distances promote personal exchange and uncomplicated interactions.

Weihenstephan Campus

The Freising-Weihenstephan location has estab­lished itself as a competence cluster for Life ­Sciences ­in Europe. The internationally recognized research centers and TUM research campus provide an outstanding platform for cooperations that will lead to promising spin-offs in the future.

The IZB network

A close network of science, research and like-minded colleagues increases the impact of the location. Especially in a time of consolidation, factors such as cooperation, strategic mergers, qualified personnel as well as information advantages through close information exchange are vital prerequisites for a successful presence in global markets.