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From Small Metal Granules Comes Medical Technology

Materials researchers produce small screws based on a magnesium-titanium alloy using powder metallurgical methods. The staff in the Department of Materials Design and Characterisation at the Institute of Materials Research develop these implant prototypes and determine the alloys’ material properties. They need to be particularly clever when it comes to magnesium. The procedure itself is called metal injection moulding (MIM). [i]All photos: HZG/Christian Schmid[/i] more

Expedition - Clockwork Ocean

In June 2016, during the expedition "Clockwork Ocean", a research zeppelin was used for coastal and marine research. The scientists of the Institute of Coastal Research at the Helmholtz Center Geesthacht invite you to participate in the search for small eddies, that are still unexplored. more

Clockwork Ocean

The Helmholtz Center Geesthacht invites you to get to know the world of coastal research and to experience science in the unique cross-media project "Clockwork Ocean". more

The Perfect Polymer

Between molecular kitchen and thermal mixer: The Geesthacht polymer researchers have some good recipes for new materials. more

In2Science #1

In2Science #1 among other topics: "The Result of Hard Work", Biomaterials for Heart Implants in Children", and "The Perfect Form for Pauline & Yasmine" more

In2Science #3

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Highlights from 2006 to 2016

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In2Science - HZG Team-Magazin #2

Get exciting information on the people at the Helmholtz-Zentrum Geesthacht in the second edition of the In2science. more

Project "Science Link"

Science Link - A european network between leading research facilities of photon and neutron sources and its users presents itself. more

Lightweight engineering with magnesium

Magnesium sheet metals can be produced with the institute’s own casting-rolling unit (“RollMag”) and can subsequently undergo scientific study. We are thus moving closer to the economic application of magnesium sheet metals. more

groundbreaking ceremony Biomedical Technology Centre III

The Institute of Biomaterial Science of the Helmholtz-Zentrum Geesthacht in Teltow will hold its groundbreaking ceremony for the construction of the new Biomedical Technology Centre III on June 13th, 2014. The event marks the third phase of construction at the Teltow research campus and will be attended by Brandenburg’s Research Secretary Dr. Sabine Kunst and by Chairman of the Board at the Helmholtz-Zentrum Geesthacht, Assistant Secretary Wilfried Kraus. more

Reaearch at Anchor 2011

Impressions from the Open Ship Days 2011 more

FerryBox - when ferries become research vessels

Mobile and independent: With FerryBoxes on ships scientists collect essential data regarding the state of oceans. more

Biomaterials for medical therapies

At the Helmholtz-Zentrum Geesthacht in Teltow hightech biomaterials are developed for future therapies in order to cure illnesses linked to aging, malnutrition or extreme sport. more

Brilliant view into new materials

Screening on a molecular level for saver, stable and high performance future materials. more

Hydrogen as energy storage

Scientists from the Helmholtz-Zentrum Geesthacht explore compact and energy efficient hydrogen storage devices for tomorrows energy supply. more

New materials for light-weight construction

How to further slim down cars and airplanes? Scientists at the MagIC explore the potential of magnesium as light weight material. more

Scientific research an overview

Material-, coast and climate research: At the Helmholtz-Zentrum Geesthacht the scientists deal with pressing future issues. more

A Live Experiment Joining with X-Rays

Joining with X-Rays more