OPTIMA pharma GmbH shows how freeze drying is used in the pharmaceutical industry.Artikel lesen
In medical emergencies, speed is of the essence; fast medical treatment is often the factor that determines survival. Speed is also needed also with medical information. The faster it reaches attending hospital physicians from the emergency services, the better the outcome for the patient. To achieve this, CRS medical hasArtikel lesen
mRNA: this “new” technology has provided the fast track to a vaccine in the fight against Corona. The technology makes it possible to quickly adapt the vaccine to virus variants - and it may be groundbreaking for other applications in the pharmaceutical field.Artikel lesen
Digitalization is making healthcare both more efficient and better. Central Hessen's researchers and industry are pushing the future of digital healthcare.Artikel lesen
Prof. Dr. Katharina Krause has been President of the Philipps University of Marburg for almost 10 years. Here she talks about the special features of Marburg and why young researchers appreciate the city.Artikel lesen
We are Healthcare Mittelhessen
Education, research, economy: The intensive networking in the health sector and medicine makes the location of Central Hesse special throughout Germany.
Trend report: Focus on cardiovascular research
Scientists around the globe are currently conducting research on cardiac insufficiency, infarcts, pulmonary hypertension or atherosclerosis. Their goal is to gain a better understanding of the development of cardiovascular diseases at the molecular level.
Trend report telemedicine: video chat with the doctor
The spread of the corona crisis is driving the use of telemedicine via video chats. Patients thereby avoid the risk of infection in the waiting room.
How Big Data accelerates drug development
The contract research organization Alcedis, founded in Giessen, knows how to accelerate the drug development process with the help of innovative software systems - for the benefit of medicine and patients.
After 15 minutes, surfaces can become 99 percent germ-free after: Chemist Dr. Klaus Schepers explains how this occurs. Schepers is the founder of Munditech, which produces plant-based, antimicrobial coatings.Artikel lesen
Corona numbers continue to rise. The UKGM Giessen does not lack beds; it lacks staff. Prof. Dr. Werner Seeger speaks about the future of medicine in the UKGM.Artikel lesen