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Analytik NEWS das Online-Labormagazin

Analytik NEWS is an online laboratory magazine with a large job market for scientists and technicians. It is operated by Dr. Beyer Internet-Beratung, an independent service provider for the laboratory industry.

In addition to daily updated job offers, the homepage offers job seekers the opportunity to publish a profile anonymously and free of charge. Interested companies can fill out a contact form. Job seekers can decide for themselves whether they want to reply or not; the companies do not receive any contact data.

In addition, the weekly e-mail newsletter Analytik JOBFLASH provides free information on all new entries. It can be subscribed directly on the homepage.

The homepage also contains many other useful career planning links such as literature tips, descriptions of job profiles in the laboratory environment and an extensive list of other job markets especially for scientists.

BIOPRO Baden-Württemberg

BIOPRO Baden-Württemberg uses its expertise to support state government and institutions in the areas of health and the bioeconomy. Working together in this way results in a comprehensive range of services for players from companies, research institutions and networks – always with the overarching aim of advancing the biological and digital transformation.

As a company that reports to the Baden-Württemberg government, we provide strategic, technical and implementation-related support for innovations and projects.

Over the years, BIOPRO has developed a close and constructive cooperation with the state ministries in areas such as organising events, moderating strategy processes and providing support for implementing the Baden-Württemberg government’s ‘Sustainable Bioeconomy for Baden Württemberg’ strategy. Baden-Württemberg – with all its stakeholders – benefits from BIOPRO’s comprehensive bioeconomy know-how, and from its speed and unbureaucratic way of working when reacting to new political or economic situations. We are operating in this way because we are the central partner for all corporate, research institution and network partners in Baden-Württemberg.

BioRN Network e.V.

BioRN is the science and industry cluster of the Rhine-Main-Neckar region around Heidelberg, one of Germany’s strongest biotech hubs. It is a non-profit network fostering health innovations and serving its members by creating a rich translational ecosystem as well as promoting, representing and connecting the regional innovation stakeholders. Our vision is to develop the region into a world-leading life science cluster attracting international investments and top global talent.

BioRN has more than 130 institutional members, including the top academic and research institutions, 10 global pharmaceutical companies, a large range of small and medium-sized enterprises bolstering the life science ecosystem as well as local government organizations and interest groups.

Career Service der Universität Heidelberg

Advice, information, courses, trainings and events for career orientation and a successful career start

The Career Service links the university with the job market. It offers an extensive range of events and counselling services for students, graduates, doctoral candidates and young professionals with questions about planning and starting their career.

Individual counselling sessions provide information and support for various issues. We offer support during decision-making processes, for self-evaluation and skills profiles, professional orientation, career planning and other related questions. We provide information about the job market, application management and self-marketing that makes it easier to start a career.

The course programme provides job-relevant know-how, information on occupational fields and guidance during the application process. In workshops and lectures, experts introduce different fields of work and possible entries into the private sector and institutions outside academia.

Contact: Carolinum Seminarstraße 2, 69117 Heidelberg


Phone : 06221 5412231

German Cancer Research Center (Das Deutsche Krebsforschungszentrum – DKFZ)

The German Cancer Research Center (Deutsches Krebsforschungszentrum, DKFZ) with its more than 3,000 employees is the largest biomedical research institution in Germany. At DKFZ, more than 1,300 scientists investigate how cancer develops, identify cancer risk factors and endeavor to find new strategies to prevent people from getting cancer. They develop novel approaches to make tumor diagnosis more precise and treatment of cancer patients more successful. DKFZ’s Cancer Information Service (KID) provides individual answers to all questions about cancer for patients, the general public, and health care professionals. Jointly with partners from Heidelberg University Hospital, DKFZ runs the National Center for Tumor Diseases (NCT) located in Heidelberg and Dresden, and, also in Heidelberg, the Hopp Children’s Cancer Center (KiTZ). In the German Cancer Consortium (DKTK), one of six German Centers for Health Research, DKFZ maintains translational centers at seven university partnering sites. Combining excellent university hospitals with high-profile research at a Helmholtz Center at the NCT and DKTK sites is an important contribution to the endeavor of translating promising approaches from cancer research into the clinic in order to improve the chances of cancer patients. DKFZ is a member of the Helmholtz Association of National Research Centers, with ninety percent of its funding coming from the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research and the remaining ten percent from the State of Baden-Württemberg.


The karriereführer is an informative, discerning and service-oriented job magazine (print + online) that provides advice to graduates and students about to take their exams specifically preparing to start their career at the end of their studies. 16 print editions a year are distributed for free throughout Germany to contact points such as the offices of the registrar and dean, student councils, libraries, career centres and also recruiting fairs.


Laborjournal informs in a critical but refreshing tone about life science business topics (10 print issues per year, website Background information, research results, company portraits, publication statistics, a large method section commentaries, comics and cartoons with an underlying element of wit are the reason for Laborjournal’s sweeping success. Readers are scientists and laboratory technicians in industry and universities. Laborjournal also provides an extensive range of services: the job market, the lecture and conference calendar and product summaries.

Uniturm is the largest knowledge network for students in Germany, Austria and Switzerland. The free platform has enabled students to share documents and knowledge since 2007. Currently there are more than a million pages of study documents in over 250 German-speaking universities available. In the online magazine there are helpful tips about everyday students life. Practical learning software, a large job market and a free study choice test complete the offer.

Center for Molecular Biology of Heidelberg University (Zentrum für Molekulare Biologie – ZMBH)

During the last 35 years the Center for Molecular Biology of Heidelberg University (ZMBH) has established itself as an internationally renowned institution for basic research and training in molecular and cell biology. ZMBH scientists investigate central biological processes such as regulation and evolution of the genome, mechanisms of protein folding and degradation, functioning of cellular surveillance systems as well as control of cell division and stem cell differentiation. Research results are being frequently transformed into biomedical applications. Moreover, the ZMBH has an ongoing strong collaboration with the Research Program Cell and Tumor Biology of the German Cancer Research Center (DKFZ) in the DKFZ ZMBH Alliance. The ZMBH offers courses for bioscience students pursuing their bachelor’s or master’s degree. PhD students can work on their thesis in an international and active research environment. We also host postdoctoral researchers and support junior scientists in setting up their independent research group.