Berlin Adlershof. Science at Work.
Discover the myth of Adlershof: founded in 1754, birthplace of German aviation, and site for research, film and television. Today the area has around 20,000 inhabitants, most located in the heart of the "old village". The Technology Park is close to the former airfield, now a landscape park.
The Berlin Adlershof Science City is one of the most successful high-technology locations in Germany—and Berlin’s largest media site. Renowned non-university research institutes, the natural sciences campus of Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, 1,270 businesses and a rich history await you at Berlin-Brandenburg’s top Science, Business and Media hub. More than 34,000 people work and study in the science city of Adlershof, which covers an area of 4.6 km². Learn more about all the facts and figures…
Leibniz Association funds research into high-purity fluoride crystals
IKZ young scientist Dr. Hiroki Tanaka receives the funding of Leibniz Junior Research Groups in Leibniz Competition 2024:
After a competitive selection process, Dr. Hiroki Tanaka's research proposal titled 'Photonics with ultra-pure fluoride crystals' has been awarded funding for the next five years under the esteemed Leibniz Junior…
MAIUS-2 mission launched with FBH laser modules on board
Compounds of Bose-Einstein condensates were investigated on board a sounding rocket in order to measure the properties of the atoms with high precision:
The MAIUS-2 mission rocket was launched into space on December 2, 2023 from Kiruna, Sweden. On board the sounding rocket 75 experiments were scheduled in which compounds of so-called Bose-Einstein condensates, based…
H2-ready power plants prepared for operation with hydrogen?
RLI study shows challenges and solutions for the conversion of gas-fired power plants:
Hydrogen (H2) plays an important role in the renewable energy system to secure electricity generation. New and existing power plants must therefore be made ready for H2 operation. They should become H2-ready. However,…
Boosting PET recycling with higher standards for laboratory experiments
Researchers evaluated enzymes that break down plastic so that they can be put into industrial use more quickly:
Many enzymes promise to break down plastic. But what works well in the lab often fails on a large scale. Now a new study by Gert Weber, HZB, Uwe Bornscheuer, University of Greifswald, and Alain Marty, Chief Scientific…
Events / Dates
Gerthsen-Hörsaal, 1'201, Lise-Meitner-Haus, Institut für Physik
BESSY II, Großer Hörsaal