With the PSP Conference 2021 on November 23-24, the Potsdam Science Park will again present research innovation, new products and patents. Look forward to panel discussions on innovation ecosystems, best practice from research and industry as well as pioneering start-ups from the capital region at our annual Startup Pitch Award! New this year: In addition to the livestream on November 23, you will have the opportunity to exchange ideas and connect to new network contacts in 1:1 meetups on the following day.
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Press Release | Corona Drugs, Antiviral Respiratory Masks, and Novel Testing Methods — At the Potsdam Science Park, institutes and companies are working on therapeutic options and solutions to further curb the spread of the corona virus or to accelerate the healing of patients. In the next few years, the research findings could already bring the first corona drugs, antiviral respiratory masks, improved corona tests, or masks with integrated corona tests to the market. The approaches and application scenarios are extremely promising.
Dr. Frank Sellrie and Jörg Schenk from the Immunotechnology group of UP Transfer GmbH at the University of Potsdam are working on improved testing methods using high-quality antibodies at the Potsdam Science Park. Based on many years of research by the two scientists, an improved CE-certified rapid test was launched by the company ImmoGnost in June 2021. Recently, rbb television also reported on this advancement in a feature on the programme ‘Brandenburg aktuell’.
Fraunhofer Research News | In general, plastics are processed at way over a hundred degrees Celsius. Enzymes, by contrast, cannot usually withstand these high temperatures. Researchers at the Fraunhofer Institute for Applied Polymer Research IAP have managed to reconcile these contradictions: They are able to embed enzymes in plastics without the enzymes losing their activity in the process. The potentials this creates are enormous.
MPI-MP | How do different species actually develop? So far, we know that in many living organisms there is an incompatibility between the actual genetic material in the cell nucleus and the genetic material of the individual cell organelles, the powerhouse of the cell. This incompatibility prevents different species from mixing, but little is known about the exact mechanisms behind it.
Professor Peter H. Seeberger will be the first German researcher to hold the Newton-Abraham Visiting Professorship at the University of Oxford, for one year starting in October 2021. Seeberger thus joins the ranks of renowned and highly distinguished researchers from the fields of chemistry, biology and medicine – including four Nobel Prize winners.
Press Release: The Potsdam Science Park is already one of the largest locations for science in the capital region. Now it is expanding further. An opportunity for companies and start-ups to locate in Potsdam-Golm – in a vibrant international setting in immediate proximity to cutting-edge international research and university education.