Research in the first pressure chamber laboratory at the University of Zurich; saturation dives to 350 meters (Alverstock UK Navy, Capshell)1964: Eight pressure chamber tests are carried out in Zurich.
1965: Pressure chamber tests No. 12 to 84 (numbering according to Albert Bühlmann's manual protocol) are carried out in the pressure chamber in Zurich.
Launch of the new pressure chamber laboratory at the University of Zurich; record dives to 575 metres1975: Pressure chamber test No. 258 on 27 November is the first test in the new pressure chamber facility in Zurich. Pressure chamber tests No. 259 and 260 are carried out in Zurich.
1976: Pressure chamber trials No. 261 to 291 are carried out in Zurich.
Albert Bühlmann submits the construction bill for the new pressure chamber to the Government Council of the Canton of Zurich and the other sponsors.
Test series in mountain lakes in Switzerland and abroad (Lake Titicaca, Kenya, Tibet); development of dive computers Decobrain 2, Aladin, Aladin Pro, Aladin Air X, Deco Tables Bühlmann 861986: Government Council Dr. A. Gilgen informs Albert Bühlmann in a letter of 6 January of his regret at the decision and expresses his hope that Albert Bühlmann will come back to the decision.
The development contract between the University of Zurich and STATOIL is terminated after a few months as expected by Albert Bühlmann.
1996: BSG Unternehmensberatung St. Gallen is commissioned by the University Hospital (Director Paul Stiefel) to prepare an expert report on the subject of «Review of the entire complex of questions concerning the pressure chamber laboratory (DKL) in terms of performance, finances and personnel, considering alternative possibilities and health policy aspects»; the report is dated 4 January 1996.