Adlershof Journal March/April 2017: The High Energy Neighbourhood: How We Recharge Our Batteries

28. February 2017

Adlershof Journal March/April 2017

The High Energy Neighbourhood: How We Recharge Our Batteries

Adlershof Journal Cover. Bild: © Adlerhof Journal

View into EMIL: Research on new energy materials //  
Access control: IT company entri develops software-based systems //  
Pocket-Sized Laboratory: Legionella quick test developed //

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