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HZB scientists discovering future IT:

Antiferromagnetic dysprosium reveals magnetic switching with less energy:

HZB scientists have identified a mechanism with which it may be possible to develop a form of magnetic storage that is faster and more...

Prof. Dr. Heike Rauer


Heike Rauer appointed Head of the DLR Institute of Planetary Research

Heike Rauer will be Head of the Institute of Planetary Research of the German Aerospace Center (Deutsches Zentrum für Luft- und Raumfahrt; DLR) from...



Lightwave controlled nanoscale electron acceleration sets the pace

Extremely short electron bunches are key to many new applications including ultrafast electron microscopy and table-top free-electron lasers. A...


BE-OPTICAL and PicoQuant – Pushing the envelope in medical imaging

Project focuses on achieving the next major advance in medical imaging, enabling advanced analysis of cells or tissues:

PicoQuant and the Humboldt University Berlin are co-hosting an Early Stage Researcher (ESR) within the framework of the Marie Skłodowska-Curie...

N. Koch. Bild: HZB


Distinguished Award 2017 for Novel Materials and their Synthesis

Prof. Norbert Koch was awarded:

At the IUPAC NMS-XIII conference in Nanjing, Professor Dr. Norbert Koch has been awarded the "Distinguished Award 2017 for Novel Materials and...

Dr. Lisa Torlina. Foto: Herbort


Groundbreaking insights in basic research

Physicist Lisa Torlina receives Marthe Vogt Award for her doctoral dissertation at the Max Born Institute:

The Forschungsverbund Berlin e.V. (FVB) is granting this year’s Marthe Vogt Award to Dr Lisa Torlina for her doctoral dissertation in quantum...

Adlershof Journal


Adlershof Journal November/December 2017

A Healthy Balance: Active Staff and Good Careers:

Burnout – Time Bomb or Fantasy? //  Stomach Drops and Cooking Spray: Hofmann & Sommer researches in the Technology Park //  Pain free:...

Andreas Mattulat


Tailor-made analytics from the Adlershof-based testing institute PiCA

In conversation with Andreas Mattulat, food chemist and CEO:

If you voluntarily get out of bed at 6 am to drive to your office in Adlershof, you are either an early bird or really enjoy what you’re doing. The...

Mike Richter


Power Sources from the Far East

Printing plant manager Mike Richter swears by Chinese relaxation techniques:

He sees himself as a bubbly person. It’s in his nature, says Mike Richter, who admits calling him “very bubbly” would also be true. On the other...

Psychologist Annekatrin Hoppe, HU Berlin


Doing Things Better!

How the people working in Adlershof stay healthy and motivated:

A stressful job, pressure at home, a hectic schedule – this can put a lot strain on anyone. This can give rise to mental health issues – or even...

Thorsten Lubinski, CEO DiaMonTech GmbH


Pain free testing blood sugar levels

Adlershof startup is developing laser-based monitoring of patients with diabetes:

The more frequently diabetics measure their blood sugar levels, the more precise they can administer insulin. However, the measurements require a...

landscape park


Let’s Move!

Kickboxing, Aqua Fitness and the running community in Adlershof:

Taking the bike to work, yoga during lunchbreak, a quick run in the park after work or a football match with co-workers – there are many...

Hofmann & Sommer


Stomach Drops and Cooking Spray

Hofmann & Sommer researches active substances in drugs, food and cosmetics in Adlershof:

While the history of Hofmann & Sommer hails back to 1906 in Königsee-Rottenbach in Thuringia, the company’s research department is an Adlershof...



HZB launches the HI-SCORE international research school

In collaboration with universities and research insitutions in Germany and Israel:

The Helmholtz-Zentrum Berlin (HZB) is establishing the Helmholtz International Research School HI-SCORE, which will be oriented towards solar energy...

Lena Ascher, BAM


Nano-Tracking Plaques

Researchers from Adlershof and the Charité, Europe’s largest university clinic, are working on advancing the use of element microscopes:

Modern medical imaging aims at looking into the human body and assessing the condition of the circulatory system and organs as accurately as...

Christian Heck, HU Berlin


Breaking Down Walls

Young scientists presented ideas for the world of tomorrow at the first Falling Walls Lab Adlershof:

Breaking down walls of biomarker sensing: how to detect biomarkers in a drop of blood using laser analysis and DNA origami. This is the...

Autarsys Team


Affordable Energy Worldwide

Autarsys is building storage batteries for decentralised energy supply:

Small Third World villages, islands cut off from the rest of the world, remote luxury wellness resorts: Autarsys can deliver noiseless and clean...



The crucial first few femtoseconds

MBI researchers tackle long-standing problem of few-femtosecond internal conversion:

Observing the crucial first few femtoseconds of photochemical reactions requires tools typically not available in the femtochemistry toolkit. Such...



Missing link between new topological phases of matter discovered

Materials researchers are studying semiconductors with exciting properties:

HZB-Physicists at BESSY II have investigated a class of materials that exhibit characteristics of topological insulators. During these studies they...

Dr. Dirk Schumann. Credit: eagleyard photonics


eagleyard appointed new Chief Technology Officer

Dr. Dirk Schumann starts as new CTO and Managing Director from October 2017:

eagleyard Photonics GmbH announced a change in Management beginning with the new fiscal year: Dr. Thomas Laurent handed over his position as CTO to...