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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]


High concentrated dispersions and packed sediments X-rayed

German Federal Office for Radiation Protection granted type approval for Separation Analyser made by LUM

The German Federal Office for Radiation Protection granted the type approval pursuant to the German X-ray ordinance (RöV) for the new Separation... [more]


Major leap towards graphene for solar cells

Surprising result: Graphen retains its properties even when coated with silicon

Graphene has extreme conductivity and is completely transparent while being inexpensive and nontoxic. This makes it a perfect candidate material for... [more]


Adlershof Special 31: Real Estate

Adlershof Special Immobilien, Cover

A sea of possibilities

A model district on the upswing // A vibrant part of the city [more]


A vibrant part of the city

Forum Adlershof

Adlershof is more than a centre for technological innovation and media

Above all, Berlin Adlershof is an urban zone pulsating with life where 23,000 people are out and about on the streets each day. Berlin’s smartest... [more]



Bridging the gap between the tradition and the modern – EUROPA-CENTER at Rudower Chaussee

35,000 square metres office complex

Built on stilts, they do not block the view of Adlershof’s “old twins“, the sphere-shaped thermo-constant laboratories which have long been the... [more]


A clever addition to the Technology Park

Perfectly embedded – the new industrial park at Segelfliegerdamm

The new industrial park at Segelfliegerdamm

For a long time, the premises of the former nationally owned company Medizinische Geräte Berlin on Segelfliegerdamm had been a sorry sight. It now... [more]


World Record Solar Cell with 44.7% Efficiency

World record solar cell with 44.7% efficiency, made up of four solar subcells based on III-V compound semiconductors for use in concentrator photovoltaics. ©Fraunhofer ISE

Helmholtz Zentrum research group was involved

With a solar cell efficiency of 44.7%, scientists around Dr. Frank Dimroth at the Fraunhofer Institute for Solar Energy Systems ISE achieved a new... [more]


Adlershof Special 30: Microsystems and Materials

Cover Adlershof Special 30: Microsystems and Materials

Grand in miniature

Innovation seed: Hybrid materials // Clean, cleaner, Adlershof // The microreactor in a drop of liquid // Hardware for Think Tanks // A gentle look... [more]


Clean, cleaner, Adlershof

In charge of some of the most state-of-the-art clean rooms in the Berlin-Brandenburg area: CMM-Director Jörg Israel

A number of the most modern clean rooms in the region at the Centre for Materials and Microsystems

If electronic circuitry and systems are to operate reliably, greatest care must be taken in the production process. They are manufactured in special... [more]


Popular News

  • Prof. Dr. rer. nat. Mathias Richter

    The physicist is head of the department of X-ray metrology using synchrotron radiation at PTB in Berlin-Adlershof. [more]

  • Prof. Dr. Dr. h.c. Wolfgang Eberhardt

    Scientific director for Energy Research of the Helmholtz-Zentrum Berlin for Materials and Energy (HZB) [more]

  • Prof. Dr. rer. nat. Janina Kneipp

    Her research interest lies in the utilization of sensitive spectroscopic methods for analytical chemistry [more]

  • Adlershof Special 30: Microsystems and Materials

    Grand in miniature [more]

  • Professor Dr. Stefan Eisebitt

    Head of the joint research group “Functional Nanomaterials” at the Helmholtz-Zentrum Berlin für Materialien und Energie [more]