Once again, DRESDEN-concept is setting sail on the Elbe river and would like to cordially invite you (as a member of DDc) to the third DRESDEN-concept Science Cruise: This year’s cruise will take place on Wednesday, 24th July 2019. Boarding starts at 5 pm, the “MS August der Starke” will then depart at 5:30 pm from dock 2 (located at Terrassenufer).
The DRESDEN-concept team is going to visit its member institutes to meet employees and researchers at the place they daily attend: the cafeterias. All personnel is welcome to ask questions about the unique research alliance and its services.
Studying the red flour beetle, researchers at the Max Planck Institute of Molecular cell Biology and Genetics (MPI-CBG), the Biotechnology Center of the TU Dresden (BIOTEC), and the Cluster of Excellence “Physics of Life” (PoL) recently discovered that the living tissue attaches firmly to the shell that surrounds the embryo. This attachment generates additional external forces that are required...
A few days ago, the European Commission selected the Europe-wide Time Machine project as one of the six proposals to be strategically developed in the coming decade. It is already being propelled by more than 200 partners. These six proposals will be funded with an initial amount of 1 million Euro to prepare detailed roadmaps for large-scale research initiatives. Time Machine foresees to design...
The DRESDEN-concept members, together with the City of Dresden, would like to welcome international incoming scientists and get to know them.
Under the slogan “Talking Science”, the Dresden Technical Collections invite you to the regional heat of FameLab – THE biggest global science communication competition in the world. It’s all about “get out of the lab and on to stage”.
The DRESDEN-concept Science Tram was on its way through Dresden on 29 January. Six experts from the MPI-CBG, the Max Planck Institute for Chemical Physics of Solids (MPI-CPfS), the TU Dresden (TUD) and the Dresden State Art Collection (SKD) discussed various aspects of the universe with the guests at the Science Café.