In our magazine we focus on current topics from WISTA's places of future innovation.
Issue 02/2023: Innovation Corridor Berlin-Lusatia
The spirit of departure
Along the Innovation Corridor Berlin-Lusatia, a new science and technology region is being created that offers space for forward-looking projects and cooperations:
It’s a pilot project. Along the railway between Berlin and Lusatia, an innovation corridor is planned that connects Adlershof, Germany’s largest technology park, with Cottbus and its Brandenburg University of…
Learning from the best
The successful Adlershof Technology Park also serves as a blueprint for the development of the Lusatia Science Park:
A 420-hectare innovation landscape with international appeal is to emerge on the northern periphery of Cottbus. Co-initiator of this outstanding project for Lusatia’s economic restructuring is the Brandenburg…
Hydrogen – yes but safer!
The jointly organised research training group “Trustworthy Hydrogen” by BAM and BTU is committed to training experts who will ensure a safe transition into the hydrogen economy:
It is a key axis of the Berlin-Lusatia Innovation Corridor: A linear distance of 100 kilometres lies between the campus of the Federal Institute for Materials Research and Testing (BAM) in Berlin Steglitz and the…