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Next to academic science centres, Hamburg offers a broad range of private, state-funded, independent & non-academic research facilities.
It's no surprise that Hamburg is dominated by the maritime industry. But aviation, bio-tech, media and more play important roles as well.
The Hamburg Ministry of Science, Research and Equality aims to ensure gender equality in all aspects of life.
Science City Bahrenfeld is coming. Hamburg's newest district blends innovation, research, commerce, and modern living.
Since the 1970s, researchers in Hamburg have come together to explore the effects of climate change and what can be done to combat it.
Over 50 universities and research institutions open their doors to the public for Hamburg's 'Night of Knowledge'.
The University of Hamburg’s clusters of excellence are a great example of the city's interdisciplinary cooperations.
TuTech is a private company with a mission to promote effective transfer of knowledge, especially by means of science and technology.