HANNOVER MESSE 2019,
01 - 05 April
German Pavilion - Bonn R&D
Due to an unusual high density of science- and research institutions, the Bonn Region is particularly suitable as a location for such centres of business incubation ...
Whereas for businesses the access to novel insights into economically relevant areas is motivating, science institutions benefit from turning their scientific findings ...
The Bonn Region has a well-established tradition of hosting world-class research and science institutions and has constantly been expanded in the last decade, now being part of regional and supra-regional networks. Together with the science- and research institutions located in this region, the City of Bonn, the Rhein-Sieg-Kreis and the Kreis Ahrweiler form the Bonn Region - a base for Science and Technology. The Bonn Region has grown into one of the leading locations together with the University of Bonn and six locations of universities of applied sciences. They are joined by the Fraunhofer Campus in Birlinghoven, Max Planck Institutes, the German Aerospace Centre DLR, the international research centre ceasar, the Alanus University of Arts and Social Science, the Research Establishment for Applied Science FGAN, the Wissenschaftszentrum Bonn and the national science organisations, with the Deutsches Museum Bonn and many other institutions.
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Efficient tomato cultivars are crucial for a resourceful and sustainable horticulture that yields delicious tomatoes.
The research focuses on tomato, one of the most popular crops in the world. It is produced in nearly every country, thanks to the fact that the plants can be cultivated in greenhouses and thus are protected from extreme weather conditions. In the TOMRES project, researchers, technical experts and farmers work together to develop environmentally friendly tomato cropping systems with less i...
Bell pepper plants contain valuable leaf compounds, such as flavonoids, useable in the pharmaceutical, cosmetic and dietary sector due to their anti-oxidative as well as anti-carcinogenic properties. In the framework of the TaReCa (Tailoring of secondary metabolism in horticultural residuals and cascade utilization for a resource efficient production of valuable bioactive compounds) project funded by the BMBF, project partners of the RWTH Aachen, the Forschungszentrum Jülich and the university of Bonn inve...