Jan 15, 2016: Experts of the Leibniz Research Network "Sustainable food production and healthy nutrition" discussed in the context of GFFA 2016 urgent issues of securing a healthy food supply for growing cities.
11. Jan. 2016: Unter Federführung von DBFZ und ATB ist vor Kurzem das dritte bundesweite Messprogramm zur Biogasanlagentechnologie in Deutschland gestartet. Im Fokus steht ein detailliertes Monitoring an einer repräsentativen Anzahl bestehender...
Dec 1, 2015: Launch of the joint research project "NutriAct - Nutrition Intervention for Healthy Ageing", as part of "Kompetenzcluster der Ernährungsforschung". The project is funded by the Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF). ATB is...
Nov 25, 2015: The young postdoc from South Africa receives the fellowship from Alexander von Humboldt Foundation for conducting research in the field of quality assurance of fruit and vegetables.
Nov 19, 2015: At the 9th CIGR Section VI International Technical Symposium in Auckland, New Zealand, ATB-scientist Sara Bußler was awarded for the best oral presentation. She is researching on optimized protein isolation from alternative sources...
Nov 13, 2015: With today’s meeting of the planning actors the realization of a construction project at ATB planned since 2014 gets concrete form. The new center for technology and knowledge transfer will house laboratories and offices as well as...
Nov 8, 2015: Daniel Pleissner and Namrata Pathak were among the 100 participants of this year's Falling Walls Lab in Berlin. The scientists were invited to present their innovative research approaches in three minutes to an international audience.
Nov 8-14, 2015: At the world's largest trade fair for agricultural machinery and equipment ATB presented a novel mower-chipper for efficient harvesting of short rotation coppices as well as a new design for mixed flow grain dryers.
Oct 21, 2015: The scientific collaboration between ATB, University of Oldenburg and the Brazilian Embrapa aims at developing soil/biochar-systems that will enable a long-term carbon sequestration as well as an increased soil fertility.
Oct 12, 2015: Students of the Dutch University of Wageningen visited the institute. ATB scientists presented current research projects and demonstrated the potential of ATB research infrastructure.
22. Aug. 2019: In Anwesenheit von Brandenburgs Wissenschaftsministerin Dr. Martina Münch und etwa 200 Gästen aus Wissenschaft, Wirtschaft und Politik hat das Leibniz-Institut für Agrartechnik und...
6. Juni 2019: Brandenburgs Agrar- und Umweltstaatssekretärin Dr. Carolin Schilde informierte sich bei ihrem gestrigen Besuch am ATB-Forschungsstandort Marquardt über Ergebnisse des EIP-Agri Projekts...