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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 17,000 inhabitants, most located in the heart of the "old village". The Technology Park is close to the former airfield and new park.

The Berlin Adlershof Science City is one of the most successful high-technology locations in Germany - and Berlin’s largest media site. Ten Non-University Research Institutes, six Natural Sciences Departments of Humboldt University, some 1,100 businesses and a rich history await you at Berlin-Brandenburg’s top Science, Business and Media hub.

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Marko Jošt, Foto: © M. Setzpfandt/ HZB


Helmholtz Association promotes cooperation between HZB and Slovenia

The research focus is on the characterization of tandem solar cells made of perovskite and silicon. :

A HZB team has successfully raised funds from the “Helmholtz European Partnering Program” of the Helmholtz Association to expand cooperation with partners of the University of Ljubljana, Slovenia. Currently, most solar...

Protonentransport in Wasser, Bild: © MBI


Forward or backward? New pathways for protons in water or methanol

Scientists at Max Born Institute Berlin and Martin Luther University Halle-Wittenberg publish new findings:

A collaborative ultrafast spectroscopy and ab initio molecular dynamics simulations study, as recently published by scientists of the Max Born Institute of Nonlinear Optics and Short Pulse Spectroscopy (MBI) and the...

Wolfgang Heinrich © FBH/Katja Bilo


Prize of the European Microwave Association 2019 awarded to Wolfgang Heinrich

The head of the research area III-V electronics at FBH is honored for his outstanding engagement:

Making microwave research visible and connecting the players in research and industry – this has been Wolfgang Heinrich's driving force for many years. For his outstanding engagement, the head of the research area III-V...

Julius Upmeier zu Belzen © IGAFA/Matthias Brandt


Julius Upmeier zu Belzen is winner of the Falling Walls Lab Adlershof 2019

With around 30 applications, Adlershof was again the most successful lab in Germany:

Great minds, 3 minutes, 1 day – Falling Walls Labs take place globally throughout the year. The Lab is a platform for excellent academics, entrepreneurs and professionals from all disciplines who get the opportunity to...

Events / Dates

Tue 15 Oct

19.00 Fachvortrag: Die Physikalische Gefäßtherapie BEMER Thomas-Müntzer-Straße 6, 12489 Berlin
nur 3 min vom S-Bahnhof Adlershof entfernt

Wed 16 Oct

09.00 - 11.45 Workshop: Stressfrei durch den Stau Rudower Chaussee 29, 12489 Berlin
IGZ Innovations- und Gründerzentrum, Raum A18 Erdgeschoss