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18 Technology Park Adlershof 4.1 Technology Park Adlershof Analytic City Adlershof Analytic City Adlershof represents the efforts of local partners, working together with science and industry, to create a network in the field of analytics and develop an internationally recognized clustering of expertise. This essentially involves the confluence of three institutions: the university research institutes at the Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, non-university-affiliated research institutes, as well as small and medium-sized high-tech companies that are already making intense use of available local potential. Given the location’s long and successful tradition in practically every relevant area, Berlin Adlershof provides the best possible conditions for an internationally recognized cluster of analytical expertise. From basic research and teaching to the development of methodologies, scientific instrument design and on through to services and sales, the entire value chain is represented here. Applications ranging from material, environmental and process analysis to biology, medicine and food chemistry are firmly established in the Adlershof Technology Park. Practically all current analytical methods and technologies, such as chromatography, spectroscopy, surface and structure analysis, microscopy, as well as special processes, are represented here through more than 80 institutions. You can find more details, such as the types of analysis methods being used and the research groups working with them, in a separate report entitled “Analytic City Adlershof,” published by WISTA Management GmbH. Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin Department of Chemistry © WISTA Management GmbH With respect to „Analytic City Adlershof,” WISTA Management GmbH has formulated the following objectives: • Create a structure for cross-sector cooperation throughout the entire value chain • Determine and describe Adlershof’s analytical capacities • Develop national and international public relations campaigns and market the site’s analytical capacities • Acquire leading international analytical companies and institutions to enrich the park’s portfolio 1 University Research A crucial event in the history of the Adlershof research site was the construction of the Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin (HUB) Adlershof Campus. With over 8000 students, the campus is now the vibrant center of “Berlin Adlershof – City of Science, Technology and Media.” The buildings, which were built or renovated between 1998 and 2003, offer the departments of chemistry, geography, computer science, mathematics, physics and psychology a first-class setting for teaching and research. Adlershof is home to Humboldt-University’s Institute of Chemistry (IfC), one of the world’s leading research and teaching institutes in the field of analytical chemistry. IfC has been focusing its technical expertise on two promising areas of research: • The synthesis of functional materials for catalytic processes and optics, as well as • Chemical Biology (conformational dynamics function with particular emphasis on DNA/DNA, DNA/protein and protein/protein interactions) Close extra-university contacts to the Institute of Applied Chemistry in Adlershof (ACA), the Federal Institute for Materials Research and Testing (BAM), the Max Born Institute (MBI) and the Institute for Crystal Growth (IKZ) are indicative of the intensity of research networking going on at Adlershof. 1

Technology Park Adlershof 19 Allee Analytic City Hermann-Dorner-Allee Barbara-McClintock-Straße Ernst-Lau-Straße James-Franck-Straße 5 Karl-Ziegler-Straße Johann-Hittorf-Straße Schwarzschild- straße Rudower Chaussee North-Willys-Straße volleyball 58 42 Alexander-von-Humboldt-Weg 21 64 Kronecker- straße Retentions- 55 38 40 Ernst-Ruska-Ufer 160 60 Carl-Scheele-Straße 163 163 61 Ludwig-Boltzmann-Straße Bendemannstraße bodenfilteranlage Konrad-Zuse-Straße Katharina-Boll-Dornberger-Straße „Wohnen am Campus“ Wilhelm-Hoff-Straße 44 Wegedornstraße 160 162 Igo-Etrich-Straße Groß-Berliner Damm Newtonstraße Newtonstraße 31 3 34 35 Abram-Joffe-Straße Zum Trudelturm Max-Born-Straße 162 164 Boveristraße Wagner-Régeny-Straße Wagner-Régeny-Straße Aerodynamischer Park 16 22 23 26 27 29 50 52 62 41 Georg-Schendel-Straße Brook-Taylor-Straße Pfarrer-Goosmann-Straße Zum Großen Windkanal Friedrich-Wöhler- Straße Kekuléstraße 18 Erich-Thilo-Straße 51 Rudower Forum Albert-Einstein-Straße 32 Kita Hans-Schmidt-Straße Chaussee 7 30 K.-O.- Reinsch- Straße Rutherfordstraße G.-Leibniz- Straße Magnusstraße Wagner-Régeny-Straße Rumpler- zeile Merlitzstraße Havestadt- platz W.-Nernst- Straße G.-Kirchhoff-Straße 162 163 Am Studio 164 Volmerstraße Max-Planck-Straße 49 Teltowkanal 260 260 60 W.-Schwabe- Straße M.-Seeler- Straße 61 Justus-von-Liebig-Straße Franz-Ehrlich-Straße 2 10 13 14 48 25 28 36 37 39 43 47 53 56 57 61 4 17 20 63 1 59 60 45 6 12 54 66 Adlershof Ernst-Augustin-Straße 24 11 46 33 8 19 Richard-Willstätter-Straße 9 65 15 164 Ernst-Ruska-Ufer Adlergestell (B96a) Kita Wilhelm-Ostwald-Straße 163 © WISTA Management GmbH Am Studio 1 3B Pharmaceuticals GmbH 2 Accelero Bioanalytics GmbH 15 Bruker Nano GmbH 16 Chromicent GmbH 29 Histalim Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin - Geographisches 30 Institut Leibniz-Institut für Katalyse e.V. an der Universität 43 Rostock, Berliner Büro 44 Leibniz-Institut für Kristallzüchtung (IKZ) 57 SCW Process Technology Development GmbH 58 Sentech Instruments GmbH 3 ANAU Berlin-lab GmbH 17 ColVisTec AG 31 Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin - Institut für Chemie 45 LLA Instruments GmbH 59 SI US INSTRUMENTS GMBH 4 ANiMOX GmbH 18 Crystal Photonics GmbH 32 HZB - Helmholtz-Zentrum Berlin für Materialien und Energie GmbH, Elektronenspeicherring BESSY II 46 LTB Lasertechnik Berlin GmbH 60 skytron energy GmbH 5 art photonics GmbH 19 Dr. Lerche KG 33 I.U.T. Institut für Umwelttechnologien GmbH 47 microParticles GmbH 61 SLM - Speziallabor für angewandte Mikrobiologie GmbH 6 ASCA GmbH Angewandte Synthesechemie Adlershof 20 Dr. Michael Himmelhaus - nanoBioAnalytics 34 ifG - Institut für Scientific Instruments GmbH 48 Pensatech Pharma GmbH 62 Solardynamik GmbH 7 Astro- und Feinwerktechnik Adlershof GmbH 21 EHA Institut 35 Institut für angewandte Photonik e.V. 49 Physikalisch-Technische Bundesanstalt (PTB) 63 Surflay Nanotec GmbH 8 AZBA Analytisches Zentrum Berlin-Adlershof GmbH 9 BAM Bundesanstalt für Materialforschung und -prüfung Eurofins Sofia GmbH Chemisches Labor für Softwareentwicklung und Intelligente Analytik 22 23 Eurofins Umwelt Ost GmbH 36 IsoAnalysis UG 37 IUT Medical GmbH 50 PiCA Prüfinstitut Chemische Analytik GmbH 51 PicoQuant GmbH 64 TRIOPTICS Berlin GmbH W&P GEAT GmbH Gerätebau und Automatisierungstechnik 65 10 Berliner Nanotest und Design GmbH 24 FOC Fibre Optical Components GmbH 38 JP-ProteQ 52 PlasmaChem GmbH 66 WITEGA Laboratorien Berlin-Adlershof GmbH 11 BESTEC GmbH 25 GNF Gesellschaft zur Förderung der naturwissenschaftlich-technischen Forschung e. V. 39 JPT Peptide Technologies GmbH 53 Privatinstitut Galenus GmbH 12 Biopract GmbH 26 Greateyes GmbH 40 JTL-BioTec.Analytics 54 Proteome Factory AG 13 biotechrabbit GmbH 27 GxP brain GmbH 41 Karlheinz Gutsche GmbH 55 RTG Mikroanalyse GmbH Berlin 14 BIOWORX Biotechnologielabor - Thomas Grimm 28 HF Biotec Berlin GmbH 42 Leibniz-Institut für Analytische Wissenschaften - ISAS e. V. 56 Scienion AG The graduate program at the School of Analytical Sciences Adlershof (SALSA) was initiated by the IfC as part of the Excellence Initiative in 2012. This comprises the construction of application labs to interdisciplinary development of new materials and analytical methods, including in close cooperation with local companies. SALSA will move into new buildings in 2016. A laboratory building was built for this purpose in 2014 on Albert-Einstein-Straße in Berlin-Adlershof. At the beginning of the new year, the Photonics Application Lab will be the first to move in. Later it will be home to a new professorship in nano-analytics. include, for instance, bridge professorships that allow scientists to conduct research and teach at several different institutes within or outside the university. One of these institutes, the Integrative Research Institute for the Sciences (IRIS) has been an established part | 2 Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin (HUB) is one of Germany’s eleven “Universities of Excellence.” At the center of Humboldt-University’s strategic concept aimed at creating ideal conditions for top-level research is the Integrative Research Institute’s (IRI) HUB research format. As an interdisciplinary institute, IRI promotes strong research partnerships. These Integrative Research Institute for the Sciences IRIS © IRIS Adlershof 2

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