On 6 November 2018, the University of Hamburg celebrated the topping-out ceremony for the new Hamburg Advanced Research Centre for Bioorganic Chemistry (HARBOR) on the Bahrenfeld Research Campus. Among the 80 or so guests were Prof. Dr. Jan Louis, Vice President of Hamburg University, Prof. Dr. Arwen Pearson, Scientific Director of HARBOR, and Martin Görge, Managing Director of Sprinkenhof GmbH.
On the Campus, Hamburg University’s MIN (Mathematics, Information Technology and Natural Sciences) Faculty provides the infrastructure for ultrashort time resolution experiments on molecular biological systems. It is designed to help bring together researchers from the fields of physics, physical chemistry and biochemistry to examine the temporal behaviour of molecular biological systems. In her inaugural address, Dr. Eva Gümbel, State Councillor for Science, Research and Equality, said that this makes HARBOR a research centre of national interest.
The topping-out ceremony for the building designed by Nickl & Partner Architects lies within the planned cost and time frame. The ceremonial handover to the University of Hamburg is scheduled for 2020.
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