ScieGuide - Research group database
Looking for a place for your thesis or next research station? Find out now which labs might be right for you with the ScieGuide.
This tool will be released in the fall semester. Stay tuned.
You are studying biology, pharmacy, chemistry, biotechnology, environmental technology or another subject in the life sciences? You are wondering which research groups exist at your location or beyond and which ones fit your scientific interests? Would you like to know where you can write your thesis or dissertation?
Then we have the right thing for you: With the help of our research group database - the ScieGuide, you can easily discover research groups all over Germany and beyond. Get inspired by our search mask and get an overview of relevant research groups for your research internships, bachelor and master thesis and your PhD or PostDoc in the life sciences. Our database contains the profiles of labs from various universities and scientific institutes in many cities and regions. So you can easily find interesting research groups at your home university and at other locations - and all this without endless searching on confusing institute websites.
Of course, you can also use the ScieGuide to find out if there are any exciting research groups that fit your scientific interest when choosing a place to study. In addition to the location filter, you can filter research groups by a variety of focus areas: Biochemistry, Bioinformatics, Biophysics, Biotechnology, Botany, Cell Biology, Chemistry, Developmental Biology, Ecology, Engineering/Technology, Genetics, Human Biology, Immunology, Microbiology, Molecular Biology, Neurobiology, Oncology, Pharmacology, Pharmacy, Plant Physiology, Structural Biology, Synthetic Biology, Systems Biology and Zoology. In addition to research interests and methods used in the lab, the represented research groups also present entry opportunities and many other details in their ScieGuide profile.
Please note that the ScieGuide does not claim to be complete - it is an offer of the btS that some researchers use to introduce their research group to students.
You can search all ScieGuide profiles by research focus as well as by research-related keywords. There are 25 focus fields available.
You find CRISPR/Cas9 fascinating or would like to learn fluorescence microscopy next? The method filter allows you to directly search for labs that share your passion.
Whether you are looking for an internship, a thesis or a PhD - you can use the search mask to find groups that offer the entry opportunities you are looking for and contact them directly using the contact details provided.
In addition to their research profile and applied methods, the represented research groups also present job offers and many other details e.g. on group size or application requirements in their ScieGuide profile.