On 3 May, the DRESDEN-concept science exhibition was inaugurated at Guy’s Campus of the renowned King’s College London. “Right in the heart of London, exhibits from Dresden are on display that present leading research in a way which is accessible and comprehensible to everyone.
The DRESDEN-concept board meetings are held monthly, where the representatives of the four Scientific Area Committees and representatives of the research institutions meet to address trans-institutional topics. Once a year, the board has the honour of welcoming State Minister Dr. Stange to discuss the co-operation between the DDc institutions and the Saxon Ministry of Science and the Fine Arts...
The opening event on 27 March, from 5 pm – 8 pm at the Center for Regenerative Therapies Dresden (CRTD, Fetscherstraße 105) focuses on future developments of life in cities and communities as well as in rural areas. The extensive range of issues addressed is deliberately chosen and covers the societal and cultural change as well as the technological and medical innovations of our time.
A team of scientists from the Nanoelectronic Materials Laboratory (NaMLab gGmbH) and the Cluster of Excellence Center for Advancing Electronics Dresden (cfaed) at Technische Universität Dresden have demonstrated the world-wide first transistor based on germanium that can be programmed between electron- (n) and hole- (p) conduction.
From 3 May to 26 May, the DRESDEN-concept science exhibition will be on display at Guy’s Campus of King’s College in London (right by the Memorial Arch). In addition to the stand-up displays on Biomedicine & Bioengineering, Information Technology & Microelectronics, Materials & Structures and Culture & Knowledge, two CityTrees will provide information about Dresden-based science. There will be...
Merry Christmas & a Happy New Year 2017!
Join us and find out at the DRESDEN-concept Information event on 7th December 2016 at 2.30pm which will take place in the auditorium of the SLUB (Saxon State and University Library). This event is open to members of staff of all DRESDEN-concept partner institutions, scientists and interested parties.