Berlin-Buch is an internationally renowned science, medicine, and technology location in the northeast of Berlin. Around 6,500 people in the healthcare industry work at this location. The centrepiece is the 32 ha Campus Berlin-Buch, which houses excellent research institutes and one of the largest biotech parks in Germany. With its clear focus on biomedicine, it offers outstanding innovation and growth potential. The clinics on-site ideally complement the work being done here.

Cluster reference: Healthcare, Biotechnology, Life Sciences

Campus Berlin-Buch

Excellence in science and research

  • International campus with around 2,000 scientists from 60 nations
  • Unique patient-orientated foundational research in molecular medicine and molecular pharmacology
  • The Max Delbrück Centre for Molecular Medicine in the Helmholtz Association (MDC) is one of the top 20 life science research institutions worldwide. The internationally renowned Leibniz Research Institute for Molecular Pharmacology (FMP) is the only non-university institution in Germany working in pharmaceuticals research.
  • Close cooperation with hospitals and outpatient clinics of the Charité University Hospital and the Berlin Institute of Health (BIH)
  • State-of-the-art technology platforms for genomics, proteomics, and metabolomics, ultra-high-field MRIs, advanced light microscopy, NMR spectroscopy, and a screening unit for drug discovery including medicinal chemistry

Business incubator

IGZ Innovation and Business Incubator at Campus Berlin-Buch

BiotechPark Berlin-Buch

  • 63 companies with 800 employees
    Areas of focus:
    • molecular biological diagnostic and therapeutic procedures
    • development of new drug therapies
    • drug delivery systems
    • service for the pharmaceuticals industry, research, and biotechnology
    • medical technology
  • outstanding potential for cooperation with research and hospitals
  • direct access to international foundational research in molecular medicine and pharmacology with a variety of specialist events and state-of-the-art technology platforms
  • access to regional and national industry and service networks
  • 31,000 m² of industry-specific laboratory and office space for start-ups and established companies (laboratories up to security level 3)
  • immediately available space at attractive rental conditions
  • comprehensive services for start-ups and companies moving to Berlin
  • From 2020: expansion of the innovation and business incubator with around 10,000 m² of laboratory and office space
  • other construction sites in the immediate vicinity of the campus
  • Companies (selection): AJ Innuscreen, Celares, Congen, Eckert & Ziegler, emp Biotech, Invitek Molecular, OMEICOS Therapeutics, Glycotope, Silence Therapeutics
  • glass laboratory academy (continuing education)

infrastructure/campus life

Campus Berlin-Buch is a true campus designed according to Green Health Campus principles. In addition to comprehensive service for all matters from a single source, the campus offers a common health management for the facilities and companies. The infrastructure includes a cafeteria, a restaurant, a café, a day care centre, a gym, and bike and car sharing. Short distances, proximity of content, and common infrastructure not only promote exchanges and cooperation, but also the feeling of togetherness on campus.

Hospital Campus

Clinical expertise

  • Three hospitals with 36 clinics for maximum and specialised healthcare offer a total of approximately 1,200 beds:
    • Helios Clinic Berlin-Buch
    • Evangelical Lung Clinic Berlin
    • Immanuel Hospital Berlin (specialists in rheumatology)
  • Numerous certified centres
  • 200,000 patients per year (both inpatient and outpatient)
  • Akademie der Gesundheit Berlin/Brandenburg e. V., a training centre for the health professions (initial training, continuing education, and degree courses)

Location management

Campus Berlin-Buch GmbH (CBB) develops and operates Campus Berlin-Buch. It coordinates with research, hospitals, business, administration, politics, and the public in and around the campus. Together with Berlin Partner, the Berlin Senate, the district of Pankow, and other regional stakeholders, CBB is committed to attracting innovative biotech and medical technology companies and developing Berlin-Buch into an attractive Green Health City.

Our partner

Your contact

Campus Berlin-Buch GmbH
Robert-Rössle-Str. 10
13125 Berlin
Dr. Christina Quensel,
Dr. Ulrich Scheller
+49 30 9489-2511,