SIB resources supporting SARS-CoV-2 research

SIB experts and resources are taking part in the global effort to develop dedicated data services, analysis tools and improve knowledge sharing to fight the COVID-19 pandemic.

Discover the world of biomedicine with the new

A new version of ChromosomeWalk offers a gateway to an entertaining ‘genome browser’, enriched with a new selection of stories on fascinating genes – in English, French and German – as well to the PrecisionMed website for an illustrated tour of precision medicine.

In memoriam: Guy-Olivier Segond, first President of SIB’s Foundation Council

On 12 November 2020, Geneva State Councillor Guy-Olivier Segond passed away at the age of 75. It is thanks to his visionary nature that SIB was established in 1998.

The SPHN fact-sheet 2020 is out

Find out about the current status of the Swiss Personalized Health Network (SPHN) – a project of the Swiss Academy of Medical Sciences (SAMS) and SIB -, its perspectives and goals for the next funding period.

Outreach resources to understand the biology of the coronavirus

A new workshop for classrooms offers the opportunity to discover the SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus, in particular its genome and proteins. These materials result from a partnership between SIB and the University of Lausanne (SCMS).

SIB becomes a partner of QCMD for quality assessment programmes

SIB is a new bioinformatics partner of the QCMD (Quality Control for Molecular Diagnostics) organization. The partnership aims to enhance bioinformatics solutions for international molecular external quality assessments.

10 years of Human Proteome Project with neXtProt as reference database

The Human Proteome Project (HPP) of the Human Proteome Organisation (HUPO) is ten years old. Its mission? To generate the map of the protein-based molecular architecture of the human body.

Discover the new, the Swiss Bioinformatics Resource Portal

Exploring the 160 databases and software tools developed by SIB Groups has never been this easy. Created in 1993, Expasy, the SIB bioinformatics resource portal, is now available as a new release, after a major overhaul.