Calling all LEGO builders! Put your skills to use assembling a light-sheet microscope
CZ Biohub’s game-changing microscope seeks to inspire an international community of buildersLearn More
Biohub scientist wins ‘Innovation in Research’ award for distinguished contributions to cell biology
American Society for Cell Biology honors Group Leader Manuel Leonetti for OpenCell projectLearn More
Growing old: Does cell size trigger cellular aging?
New work by CZ Biohub and Stanford scientists suggests that cells become senescent when they grow too large
What New Cell Biology Can AI Reveal Just by Looking at Images? A Lot!
Keir Balla doesn’t have all the answers, and that’s exactly how he likes it
New Group Leader brings an exploratory spirit to the Biohub
Does a warming Earth mean more sickness?
How climate change is increasing the risk of infectious disease
Mapping the fly
CZ Biohub joins international effort to build the first cell atlas for a mainstay of biology
Old mouse, new tech
The Tabula Muris Consortium probes the mysteries of ‘young blood’ at the single-cell level
Working remotely, Stanford team devises a much-needed medical device
A virtual collaboration overcame supply-chain constraints to quickly develop a versatile, low-cost ventilator for COVID-19 patients.
Who’s feeding the fish?
Biohub-built ‘ZAF’ automates zebrafish care in the lab
Five years in, a new beginning
Biohub’s success inspires CZI to extend and expand support through 2031, replicate our model in new CZ Biohub Network
How enzymes weather mutations
‘Lab-on-a-chip’ platform enables a holistic approach to understanding how enzymes’ activity is optimized
Widening the path
Transformation of CZ Biohub’s summer internships aims to build more diverse teams, foster an inclusive environment in STEM careers
The viruses that buzz around us
Sequencing all the RNA within individual mosquitoes can identify the potentially harmful viruses and emerging pathogens these insect vectors carry and transmit, as well as their animal reservoirs
Getting the stains out
CZ Biohub scientists are building an automated imaging system for low-resource settings to reliably detect malaria in blood samples
Like Lewis Carroll’s Red Queen, cholera bacteria and their viral nemeses run a never-ending race just to keep up with each other
Science and Public Health in the Post-Pandemic Age
Carl Zimmer of the New York Times and CZ Biohub Co-President Joe DeRisi discussed the impact of COVID-19 on science and public health
From accelerating particles to advancing public health
An engineering physicist reflects on his role in CZ Biohub’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic
‘Cool’ collaboration cracks a SARS-CoV-2 protein structure
Unique study combines cryoEM, AI to forge atomic-level model of Nsp2