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From a carpet of nanorods to a thin film solar cell absorber within a few seconds

Research teams at the HZB and at the University of Limerick, Ireland, have discovered a novel solid state reaction which lets kesterite grains grow... [more]


Adlershof Special 32: Future Energy – Energy Future


The energy efficient city of tomorrow // Economical and reliable supply // New recipes from the silicon kitchen [more]


The energy efficient city of tomorrow

Joachim Sichter, Project Manager at the Berlin Senate Department for Urban Development and the Environment, and Beate Mekiffer, head of this pilot project in Adlershof, one of a largest innercity development areas in Europe

Interview with the managers of the project “HighTech – LowEx”

The project “HighTech – LowEx: Energy efficient Berlin-Adlershof 2020” is the first comprehensive energy concept to be drawn up for a complex urban... [more]


Economical and reliable supply

Adlershof’s energy concept 2020+ is targeting the 30% reduction of primary energy consumption

Adlershof is growing – and growing at the same time are the energy supply requirements for the Technology Park. “It was forecast a few years ago that... [more]


BESSY II: Snap-shots of dynamic processes at highest spatial resolution

New holographic process uses image-stabilised X-ray camera

A team headed by Stefan Eisebitt has developed a new X-ray holography method that will enable snap-shots of dynamic processes at highest spatial... [more]


How Adlershof can utilise energy more efficiently

Martin Buchholz, Managing Director of Watergy GmbH

The potential of brine systems

Adlershof as a green paradise. This is one possible future scenario – if you want to use energy particularly efficiently, for instance heating,... [more]


New recipes from the silicon kitchen

Professor Bernd Rech, head of the Institute Silicon Photovoltaics of Helmholtz-Zentrum Berlin (HZB)

Research projects of Helmholtz Institute Silicon Photovoltaics

No superlative seems to be too small for the miracle material graphene. Its discovery has even reaped a Nobel Prize, the European Union has ploughed... [more]


Individual connections to cosy wood heat

Andreas Reinholz, BTB Berlin Adlershof

Plans for an innovative local piped heat system in the project “Wohnen am Campus”

The project “Wohnen am Campus” (“Living on the Campus”) is giving rise to a residential district at the heart of the Science Location Adlershof. True... [more]


Adlershof Scientists in the Top 10 of Physics 2013

MBI achieves breakthrough with observation of hydrogen atoms

The top 10 breakthroughs in physics in 2013 have been announced today. Director Marc Vrakking of the Max Born Institute, Phd-student Aneta Stodolna... [more]


BESSY II Research: Charge Order competes with superconductivity

Results of guest researchers from Princeton and Vancouver in Science Express

Charge carriers in cuprate high-Tc superconductors form nanostripes that suppress superconductivity, as shown by guest researchers from Princeton and... [more]


HERCULES has started

European collaboration will pave the way to the next generation of c-Si based solar cell devices with efficiencies of 25 %

Sixteen leading European research institutes, universities and partners from industry have joined forces in order to collaborate closely on the... [more]


Producing high performance solar cells at lower cost

Dr. Sebastian Brückner studied the atomic surface structure of silicon and germanium for high performance solar cells. Foto: HZB / Silvia Zerbe

Dr. Sebastian Brückner graduates “summa cum laude” on solar cells made from III-V semiconductors

Solar cells made from III-V semiconductors achieve the highest efficiency of all solar cells. Researchers recently celebrated a new world record in... [more]


Pfeiffer Vacuum develops Helium Recovery Units for reducing helium costs

Helium Recovery Units of Pfeiffer Vacuum

Lower operating costs / Efficient processes that conserve resources / Operates independently from the leak detection system connected

Helium test gas is an essential part of customized leak detection systems. It is a non-renewable, limited supply commodity with costs increasing... [more]



Product Technology Innovation Award by Materials Science Society AVS

SCIENION AG announced that AVS, a professional society dedicated to the science and technology of materials, interfaces and processing, has awarded... [more]


SCIENION introduces line dispenser for membrane materials

...with full drop formation control at Medica 2013

SCIENION AG announced the launch of the sciLINER, the first dispenser to print lines on membranes with full visual drop detection. With up to four... [more]


Successful story for WESTT SOLUTIONS

DGEN 380 turbofan engine

Engine manufacturer Price Induction installed an educational engine bench at the NASA in Cleveland

The success of the WESTT educational tools of the engine manufacturer Price Induction is now established worldwide: the virtual engine test bench... [more]


MagForce AG installs NanoActivator® at the University Hospital Münster

MagForce AG (Frankfurt, Xetra: MF6), a medical technology company that focuses on the field of oncology and is a leader in the nanotechnology sector,... [more]


Pfeiffer Vacuum receives an important development contract for the ITER fusion reactor

Developing new vacuum pumps essential for the fusion reactor

Pfeiffer Vacuum has been awarded an important contract to develop special vacuum pumps for the ITER fusion reactor. With their bid, Pfeiffer Vacuum... [more]


Adlershof STP-CEO Hardy R. Schmitz new IASP Advisory Council President

The international network supports areas of innovation and science&technology parks

Hardy R. Schmitz took on the role of IASP Advisory Council President from Jane Davies at the 30th IASP World Conference celebrated in Recife, Brazil,... [more]


Is there a second earth?

This image compares the system KOI-351 to our own. The orbits of the planets in the Solar System are shown in red, and those of KOI-351 in blue. It can clearly be seen that the path of the outer gas giants in KOI-351 (red) corresponds approximately to the distance between Earth and the Sun; the entire system lies within one Earth orbit. Source: DLR

Astrophysicists at the German Aerospace Center discovered the most extensive planetary system to date

A team of astrophysicists at the German Aerospace Center (Deutsches Zentrum für Luft und- Raumfahrt; DLR), together with German and ... [more]