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Congratulations to Niklas Schäfer on his publication in the Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung.

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Niklas Schäfer from Landgraf-Ludwigs-Gymnasium, Gießen took part in the newspaper project "Youth and Business". A project for students launched by the Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung (F.A.Z.) and the Federal Association of German Banks.

Niklas has written the article "The end consumer reacts allergically" about our Pollen Monitor BAA500, based on an interview with our product manager Dr. Jörg Haus.

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To the end of the world - and back again ...

A microscope from HUND made it to the end of the world - and back again in October 2021.

Polarstern im Weddellmeer: Einsatz der Bordscheinwerfer.Polarsternexpedition ANT-XXIX/6; 8. Juni - 12. August 2013; Kapstadt-Punta ArenasZiel der Expedition: Ein interdisziplinäres Forschungsprogramm in Atmosphäre, Meereis, Ozean und Ökosystem im antarktischen Winter, um die physikalischen und biogeochemischen Eigenschaften und Prozesse während der Wachstumsphase des Meereises besser zu verstehen. Fahrt war die erste antarktische Winterexpedition seit dem Jahr 2006. (Kurs wie im Winterexperiment 1992) EnglishPolarstern in the Weddell Sea, deployment of the spotligts.Polarsternexpedition ANT-XXIX/6; 8. June - 12. August 2013; Cape Town -Punta Arenas (Chile); The aim of the cruise is to carry out an interdisciplinary research programm on atmosphere, sea ice, ocean, and ecosystem during winter to obtain an understanding of physical and biogeochemical properties and processes during the sea ice growth season. It was the first Antarctic winter expedition since the year 2006.

The C300 is still in use today in the ship hospital of the research vessel "Polarstern". Under the direction of the Alfred-Wegener-Institute, Helmholtz Centre for Polar and Marine Research, various aspects of the Arctic climate were investigated with a series of scientific experiments on board the research icebreaker from September 2019 to October 2020, while the "Polarstern", frozen in sea ice, drifted over 3,000 km through the Arctic.

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