Taking advantage of synergies is playing an increasing role. Ivory towers and hands-off were the ways of the past; cooperation is the reality of the present and future. That is exactly what the future locations embody. The cooperation of all relevant actors makes these places special. This strong innovative power is supported by Berlin's policymakers. The Senate Department for Economics, Energy and Enterprises promotes this kind of collaboration that is unique in Europe.
Starting with the think tank in the numerous scientific institutions in Berlin, through the support of start-up organizations and incubators, up to technology centres, big-ups and established companies, you will find the right contact person here.
Berlin Adlershof is not only Germany‘s largest science and technology park. It is also one of the most successful of its kind. Adlershof has established a well-thought-out system of cooperation between research institutes and high technology companies. Science and business benefi t from their inspiring neighbourhood because this leads to innovative products, which in turn contribute to rapid economic growth. Adlershof attracts both start-ups and established companies. The site not only off ers them space for growth, but also active support from experienced park managers.
Researchers, physicians, entrepreneurs, patients – for all these Buch is the health location of Berlin. Here leading research institutes, biotech companies and hospitals make up an internationally renowned network of science and health care, and for over 100 years, physicians and researchers have been devoted to advancing health. Benefit from the development opportunities of an integrated location for research, business, and living. You are invited to learn about Buch’s partners, its high quality of life in a green environment and the unique atmosphere of its campus.
Campus Charlottenburg is one of Europe’s biggest innercity university campuses, situated in the urban centre of Berlin. The large number of universities, research institutes, business enterprises, cultural institutions and associations create a melting pot for interdisciplinary research and development that also offers an ideal environment for start-ups. Campus Charlottenburg was initiated by the Technische Universität Berlin, Universität der Künste Berlin and the Berlin district Mayor of Charlottenburg-Wilmersdorf.
Berlin SOUTHWEST has been a traditional research location for over 100 years. Today, the “ German Oxford” is one of the four largest scientifi c locations in Germany. Many startups, especially in the fi elds of biotechnology and life sciences, have developed from the many prestigious institutions based here – such as the Free University of Berlin, the Charité university hospital, BAM training institute and the HZB centre for materials and energy. After the building work has been completed, the FUBIC university business and innovation centre will provide start-ups and established companies with a place for synergies, communication and growth on an area of 50,000 sqm.
The site of the former airport Berlin-Tegel is to be transformed into a research and industry park for urban technologies: Berlin TXL – The Urban Tech Republic. A hub for companies, universities and institutes to research, develop and produce collaboratively. Berlin TXL focuses on what keeps the growing cities of the 21st century alive: the efficient use of energy, sustainable building, eco-friendly mobility, recycling, networked control of systems, clean water and the use of new materials.
As Berlin’s largest industrial area, the CleanTech Business Park Berlin offers ideal parameters for manufacturing companies that specialise in sustainable and effi cient technologies, and thus offers potential for both global players and small & medium-sized enterprises. The CleanTech Business Park Berlin presents any number of promising opportunities to exchange information on skills and expertise with others. This extensive city-centre industrial park also off ers expanding companies plenty of room for growth.
The EUREF-Campus Berlin is an innovative location with plenty of space for inspiration and networking. Since 2008, the EUREF AG (European Energy Forum) has been developing the area around the Gasometer into a centre for innovative and sustainable energy and mobility concepts.Here, more than 3,500 people at over 150 work for a climate-neutral, resource-saving, smart city of tomorrow - collaboratively, openly and jointly. The EUREF-Campus is already fulfi lling the Federal Government’s CO2 climate goals for 2050 – today. Currently, a second innovation campus of this kind is being created in Germany with the EUREF-Campus Düsseldorf.
Tempelhof Airport is Europe’s largest historic monument – an emblem of the art of engineering and a mirror of world history. The building is gradually being redeveloped as a place of experimentation and an urban district for art, culture and creative industries, a venue for unique events and a location off ering creative and innovative products and services. Tempelhof is set to become a tourist magnet with the opening of the CHECK-IN visitor centre, the TOWER and the History Gallery.
Siemensstadt 2.0: Freedom, tolerance and technological innovation on 700,000 sqm. An open, diverse and technologically pioneering new neighborhood is being created on the historic site of Siemensstadt. The project is a long-term and future-oriented commitment to Berlin as a business location and aims to develop today‘s Siemens site in Spandau into a state-of-the-art and future-proof incubator by 2030. By combining cutting-edge technology with new working and living environments, the aim is to create an ecosystem that is open to everyone and worth living in, bringing together working, research, living and learning.
Germany’s oldest business incubator makes this place something special. The BIG innovation and start-up centre is situated at the very heart of Berlin, on a former AEG complex. Today, more than 150 companies have settled around this centre. Together, they make up the Technology-Park Berlin Humboldthain. This campus, right at the centre of the city, has its sights firmly set on the technologies of the future.
The Berlin Schöneweide Business and Science District, situated along the banks of the River Spree, offers a creative environment which is highly valued by globally successful companies active at the intersection of technology, science and design. The HTW Berlin – Berlin’s largest university of applied sciences – constitutes an important nucleus for cooperation between science and business at this innovative and future-oriented locality. Whether for engineering sciences in the field of high-technology applications or for design studies in the cultural and creative sectors, Schöneweide offers a fertile and supportive environment for start-ups and established companies alike.