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WINTURE amongst winners of Startup Bootcamp FoodTech 2017 in Rome

Adlershofs Boreal Light GmbH one of Germany's Top 30 Start Ups:

Boreal Light GmbH with its brand name WINTURE has been selected among the top 9 FoodTech startups in Rome in 2017. That opens the door for many...

Cargo bike DLR


Quieter and greener transport through the city centres on e-cargo bikes

The nationwide 'I unload cities' project makes 150 cargo bikes available:

Despite their large potential to reduce emissions and increase transport efficiency, cargo bikes have thus far not been used to any significant...

Graphene. Credit: HZB


The miracle material graphene: convex as a chesterfield

Graphene possesses extreme properties and can be utilised in many ways. Even the spins of graphene can be controlled through use of a trick. This had...


Dr. Kaspars Dadzis received international LIMTECH young scientist award

Researcher at IKZ is developing new methods for the growth of crystalline materials:

Dr. Kaspars Dadzis (Leibniz Institute for Crystal Growth) has received the LIMTECH Young Scientist Award 2017 for his work in the field of model...



Breakthrough at EMIL

First undulator radiation in the CAT experiment:

When the EMIL laboratory (Energy-Materials In-Situ Laboratory Berlin) was ceremoniously inaugurated a year ago in the presence of Federal Minister...


FibreCo Selects ADVA Optical Networking for Flexible High-Capacity Connectivity Services

Technology Partnership Addresses Soaring Bandwidth Demand Across South Africa:

ADVA Optical Networking today announced that it has been selected as the technology partner of FibreCo Telecommunications, enabling the fiber network...

Adlershof Journal September/Oktober 2017


Adlershof Journal September/October 2017

How Do You Manage Science? The Way Research Works Well.:

Cool work room: Coworking space in the technology park //  Microelectronics on the upswing: Fresh cash for new production line at FBH //...

Manuela Urban


Managing Berlin’s largest non-university research facility

In conversation with Manuela Urban, director of the Forschungsverbund Berlin e. V.:

The Forschungsverbund Berlin e. V. (FVB) is Berlin’s largest non-university research facility, employing 2,000 people. As the science manager,...

Coworking-Space Berlin


Adlershof’s New Workspace

The Gründerwerkstatt is the anchor tenant of a new co-working space:

They are all the rage: open spaces for working, networking and trying new things. Berlin is the world capital of co-working spaces and now the...

Sophie Paul


Satellites and Watersports

Sophie Paul is a communications technology researcher and coaches a young rowing team:

“I’m rather on water than on land.” It seems like this sentence is Sophie Paul’s article of faith, explaining why she moved from Bohnsdorf, where she...



High-Tech Microelectronics from a Single Source

Fresh cash for a new production line at the Ferdinand-Braun-Institute:

Adlershof’s researcher and companies are advancing the development of microelectronics. The Ferdinand-Braun-Institute, Leibniz-Institut für...

Martin Regehly


From Young Entrepreneur to University Professor

The founder of Greateyes, Martin Regehly, sells his company for a new beginning in Brandenburg:

Martin Regehly has pulled the emergency brake on his express train life. After winning the national science competition “Jugend Forscht” at 20 and...



Safe & Sweet

Vaxxilon from Adlershof is introducing new sugar-based vaccines:

“Vaccination is one of the most effective medical measures out there,” says Tom Monroe, CEO of Vaxxilon GmbH, whose research department is based in...

Markus Wiencke


Building Bridges to India

A start-up is bringing STEM specialists from India to German SMEs:

Markus Wiencke and his company Bluebilities moved into a new office at the OWZ Adlershof Start-Up Centre in May 2017. His goal: bringing German...

Ulrich Horst, HU


A Visionary University

Research in Singapore, knowledge exchange with Princeton – the strategic partnerships of Humboldt-Universität (HU):

Jürgen Rabe and Ulrich Horst think a change of perspective in research and teaching is important. The two HU professors went to Princeton and...


Looking into the Matter

A project group of the Fraunhofer-Institute IKTS is working on non-destructive testing methods:

Is it possible to tell if a pineapple is ripe without cutting it open? Indeed, it is – using non-destructive testing methods. Ralf Schallert and his...


Optical control of magnetic memory

HZB Scientists gain new insights into fundamental mechanisms:

A research team at Helmholtz-Zentrum Berlin (HZB) has shown for the first time how laser modulation of magnetic properties in materials is influenced...

NanoActivatorT: MagForce AG


Investment Plan for Europe: EIB backs German cancer therapy developer MagForce with up to EUR 35 million

Patients who suffer from the most aggressive type of brain cancer, glioblastoma, will soon have broader access to a new form of treatment thanks to...

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International Conference about UV LEDs in Berlin

‘UV LED Technologies & Applications’ – April 22 to 25, 2018:

It is all about UV LEDs – the variety of their applications, trends, and novel developments. The international conference ‘UV LED Technologies &...


Multi-megawatt solar power plant in Japan turns to skytron energy’s monitoring technology

47 MWp plant in Japan to use remote switching, data logging and a stand-alone SCADA platform:

skytron energy, a leading supplier of monitoring, control and supervision solutions for PV power plants is equipping a 47-megawatt peak (MWp) power...