We live Science.


to one of the most innovative locations for science in the Berlin-Brandenburg metropolitan region. At the Potsdam Science Park, top international research meets excellent education and research-related production. Research institutions such as the Max Planck and Fraunhofer Institutes, the University of Potsdam, the Brandenburg State Archives and more than 20 companies and start-ups jointly create a “Campus of the Future” here in Potsdam-Golm.

More than 12,500 people conduct research, work and study here in the fields of biotechnology, medical technology, optics, geosciences, astrophysics and gravitational physics. And the number is constantly growing. All this in the countryside, embedded in Brandenburg’s diverse cultural and natural landscape – and only 30 minutes from Berlin’s city centre. This is the Potsdam Science Park.

Come see for yourself!

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Dr.-Ing. Murat Tutuş, Head of Department “Membranes and Functional Films” at the Fraunhofer Institute for Applied Polymer Research IAP, believes in sustainable future. He and his team of researchers are developing new membranes made of polymer compounds with special properties at the Potsdam Science Park. Find out more about Dr.-Ing. Murat Tutuş and his membranes research at the Potsdam Science Park in this interview.

Darya Niakhaichyk, International Officer at the Max Planck Institute of Gravitational Physics (Albert Einstein Institute), is passionate about her work with international scientists at the Potsdam Science Park and has found the perfect spot to relax and reconnect with nature!

Meet Dr. Kerry Gilmore, Groupleader Biomolecular Systems Department at the Max Planck Institute of Colloids and Interfaces, and find out about THE most satisfying moment in his career and what he likes about the Potsdam Science Park.

Brit Holland, Director’s Assistant for Astrophysical and Cosmological Relativity at the Max Planck Institute for Gravitational Physics (Albert Einstein Institute) about her work at the Potsdam Science Park, the international community and why this special research site inspires everybody.