The community of scientists and researchers at the Potsdam Science Park not only supports an innovative and fast-moving environment, but also lends itself to building sustainable relationships with fellow colleagues. Dr. Anne Zemella has been at the PSP for seven years. Currently, she is working on a post-doc at the Fraunhofer Institute for Cell Therapy and Immunology, Branch Bioanalytics and Bioprocesses IZI-BB, focussing on the production of proteins. To hear more about her experience and her fascinating research, watch her interview here.
Who are the people behind the Potsdam Science Park and what drives them?
With this #welivescience video series you will get to know more about the international scientists, PhDs, Post-Docs, students, employees, entrepreneurs, and other residents at Brandenburg’s biggest research location. We introduce you to people with a variety of different professions and ideas – from administration to research, from archive to management – these unique individuals shape the vibrant community and this special international location in the captial region. We Live Science.
This video series is funded by the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) and the State of Brandenburg. Camera: Mirco Lomoth