German Science Council recommends funding of “outstanding” research building
In its spring session, the Wissenschaftsrat rated the Center for Advanced Liquid Phase Engineering CALEDO as “Outstanding”. This means that construction can begin at the TU Dortmund University in 2021. With more than 100 state-of-the-art workplaces, the interdisciplinary research center CALEDO offers scientists the best conditions for their top-level research on the knowledge-based design of liquid phases. In the future, liquid phases will be tailor-made for environmentally friendly and innovative processes in chemistry and biotechnology as well as for pharmaceutical products on approximately 3.600 m2 of laboratory and office space. The research carried out on Otto-Hahn-Strasse will drastically reduce expensive and time-consuming series of experiments. The German Science Council is the oldest science policy advisory body in Europe and advises the Federal Government and the governments of the federal states on all issues concerning the content and structural development of science, research and higher education.
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