Spanning 3,4 kilometres, the newly-built European XFEL facility will start research projects in the field of X-ray flashes in 2017.
DESY Hamburg is among the world’s leading centres for particle acceleration. More than 40 countries engage in scientific dialogue there.
This large research centre focuses on treatments and therapies for tropical and infectious diseases.
The internationally renowned institute aims to understand the complexity of climate change.
At the focus of this renowned institute is research on political, economic and societal developments in Africa, Asia, Latin America, and the Middle East as well as global issues.
The AWH aims to strengthen the visibility of scientific research in Northern Germany.
The BAW assists in questions concerning waterways engineering.
Responsibilities include hydrographic surveys, maritime safety and pollution monitoring.
This Hamburg University-related centre engages in climate, environmental and earth system research.
CFEL is a joint enterprise of DESY Hamburg, Max Planck Society, and Hamburg University.
The ZMHN is part of Hamburg University and one of the leading neuroscience centres in Germany.
The CSSB approaches infection biology and medicine with structural and molecular biology.
DESY is among the world’s leading centres for particle acceleration. Scientists from more than 40 countries engage in scientific research there.
The DKRZ is a state-owned central service facility and a major partner for climate research.
Over 80 independent research groups cover the spectrum of molecular biology.
The centre highlights phenomena of the 20th century with special regard to Northern Germany.
GIGA centres on area studies of Africa, Asia, Latin America, the Middle East as well as global issues.
The organisation cooperates closely with Hamburg University on mediated public communication research.
This private non-profit organisation researches in virology and immune responses of organisms.
Since 1913, the HSVA has been conducting hydrodynamic research and providing service and consulting for industrial customers worldwide.
HZG specialises in interdisciplinary research in coastal, polymer, and biomaterial science.
The first research institution dedicated entirely to German-Jewish history, established in 1966.
Peace and security studies in a European and global context are at the focus of this institution.
Founded in 1984, the publically owned institute conducts research into contemporary history and the social sciences.
Research in this institute centres on ultra-fast physical processes and chemical reactions.
At the focus lie European and international private, commercial, and economic law.
This collaboration of UHH and DESY promotes top-level standards for fruitful scientific work.
In a number of different locations, the institute conducts versatile ecological research such as forestry and wood science.