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Dahlem Research School

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Address:

FU Berlin
Institut für Biologie
Angewandte Genetik
Albrecht-Thaer-Weg 6
14195 Berlin
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By train via Berlin-Hauptbahnhof (central / main station)

At Hauptbahnhof take the S-Bahn S7 for Wannsee or Potsdam, or the S9 for Spandau, or the S75 for Westkreuz.
Change at Zoologischer Garten to the underground U9 for Rathaus Steglitz.
Change at Spichernstraße to U3 for Krumme Lanke.
Exit at Podbielskiallee.
Leave the station and cross Podbielskiallee at the traffic lights to your left.
Walk straight ahead into Schorlemerallee and turn left at the second street, the Albrecht-Thaer-Weg.
Walk through the gate and across the gate houses.
The Applied Genetics is located in the first group of buildings at the right hand side.
The walk from the underground station to the institute takes between 5 and 10 minutes.
Traveling from Hauptbahnhof to the institute takes 1 hour!

By train via Berlin-Südkreuz / Papestraße

At Südkreuz take the S-Bahn S41 Ring , for Schöneberg, or the S46 for Westend.
Change at Heidelberger Platz to the underground line U3 for Krumme Lanke.
Exit at Podbielskiallee.
Leave the station and cross Podbielskiallee at the traffic lights to your left.
Walk straight ahead into Schorlemerallee and turn left at the second street, the Albrecht-Thaer-Weg.
Walk through the gate and across the gate houses.
The Applied Genetics is located in the first group of buildings at the right hand side.
The walk from the underground station to the institute takes between 5 and 10 minutes.
Traveling from Südkreuz to the institute takes ¾ hours!

By train via Berlin-Gesundbrunnen

At Gesundbrunnen take the S-Bahn S42 Ring .
Change at Heidelberger Platz to the underground line U3 for Krumme Lanke.
Exit at Podbielskiallee.
Leave the station and cross Podbielskiallee at the traffic lights to your left.
Walk straight ahead into Schorlemerallee and turn left at the second street, the Albrecht-Thaer-Weg.
Walk through the gate and across the gate houses.
The Applied Genetics is located in the first group of buildings at the right hand side.
The walk from the underground station to the institute takes between 5 and 10 minutes.
Traveling from Gesundbrunnen to the institute takes 1 hour!

By train via Berlin-Spandau

At Spandau take the U-Bahn U7 for Rudow.
Change at Fehrbelliner Platz to the U3 for Krumme Lanke.
Exit at Podbielskiallee.
Leave the station and cross Podbielskiallee at the traffic lights to your left.
Walk straight ahead into Schorlemerallee and turn left at the second street, the Albrecht-Thaer-Weg.
Walk through the gate and across the gate houses.
The Applied Genetics is located in the first group of buildings at the right hand side.
The walk from the underground station to the institute takes between 5 and 10 minutes.
Traveling from Spandau to the institute takes 1 hour!

By car from the southwest (Magdeburg, Leipzig)

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Stay at the “Berlin Ring” (A10) until you reach “Dreieck Nuthetal”, and take the A115 to Berlin.
Leave the A115 at the exit “Zehlendorf” and follow the signs to Steglitz.
Turn left after about 2 km into the Lindenthaler Allee following the signs to Charlottenburg and Wilmersdorf.
Go straight ahead for the next 7 km via Argentinische Allee, Saargemünder Straße, Brümmerstraße, and Archivstraße until you pass a big egg to the right.
Make a u-turn at the second interruption of the dividing strip and turn right at the first street into Albrecht-Thaer-Weg.
Go ahead through the gate and across the gate houses.
The Applied Genetics is located in the first group of buildings at the right hand side.
Traveling from exit Zehlendorf to the institute takes about ½ hours!

By car from the southeast (Dresden, Frankfurt/Oder)

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Take at Schönefelder Kreuz the die A113 to Berlin.
Keep left at Dreieck Neukölln to change to A100 following the signs to Tempelhof, Charlottenburg, Wedding.
Take the exit Wexstraße (Nr. 16) and turn left at the second traffic lights following the sign to Steglitz into Bundesallee.
Turn right after the tunnel into Südwestkorso.
Go straight ahead until you pass the motorway underpass at Breitenbachplatz.
Count the streets branching to the right from then, and turn right into the third street, which is Albrecht-Thaer-Weg.
Go ahead through the gate and across the gate houses.
The Applied Genetics is located in the first group of buildings at the right hand side.
Depending on traffic, traveling from Schönefelder Kreuz to the institute takes ½ to ¾ hours!

By car from the north (Hamburg, Rostock, Stettin)

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Stay at the “Berlin Ring” (A10) until you reach “Kreuz Oranienburg”, and take the A111 to Berlin.
Follow the signs to Charlottenburg, which will take you to A100. Stay on the A100 at the “Dreieck Funkturm” following the signs to Wilmersdorf. Change at the “Kreuz Wilmersdorf” to A104 following the signs to Schmargendorf.
Leave the motorway at the exit “Breitenbachplatz” and turn right at the second traffic lights into Breitenbachplatz.
Pass the next traffic lights and go straight ahead into Schorlemerallee.
Turn right at the red brick buildings into Albrecht-Thaer-Weg.
Go ahead through the gate and across the gate houses.
The Applied Genetics is located in the first group of buildings at the right hand side.
Depending on traffic, traveling from Kreuz Oranienburg to the institute may take ½ to 1¼ hours!

Via Berlin-Tegel airport (TXL)

Please notice that flight operation at Tegel airport ceases with the opening of Berlin-Brandenburg International airport (BER)!

Take the bus line X9 or 109 in front of the airport.
Leave the bus at “Jakob-Kaiser-Platz” and change to the underground line U7, direction “Rudow”.
Leave the U7 at “Fehrbelliner Platz” and change to the underground line U3, direction “Krumme Lanke”.
Leave the U3 at the station “Podbielskiallee”.
Cross Podbielskiallee at the traffic lights to your left.
Walk straight ahead into Schorlemerallee and turn left at the second street, the Albrecht-Thaer-Weg.
Walk through the gate and across the gate houses.
The Applied Genetics is located in the first group of buildings at the right hand side. The walk from the underground station to the institute takes between 5 and 10 minutes.
You will need to buy an AB ticket.
Traveling from Tegel airport to the institute takes about 1 hour!

Via Berlin-Schönefeld airport (SXF)

Please notice that flight operation at Schönefeld airport ceases with the opening of Berlin-Brandenburg International airport (BER)!

Follow the signs to the S-Bahn (round green sign with a white “S”); the S-Bahn station is located within 5 to 10 minutes walking distance.
Take the S-Bahn line S45.
Change at “Heidelberger Platz” to the underground line U3, for “Krumme Lanke”.
Leave the U3 at the station “Podbielskiallee”.
Cross Podbielskiallee at the traffic lights to your left.
Walk straight ahead into Schorlemerallee and turn left at the second street, the Albrecht-Thaer-Weg.
Walk through the gate and across the gate houses.
The Applied Genetics is located in the first group of buildings at the right hand side.
The walk from the underground station to the institute takes between 5 and 10 minutes.
You will need to buy an ABC ticket.
Traveling from Schönefeld airport to the institute takes about 1½ to 1¾ hours!

Via Berlin-Brandenburg International airport (BER)

The beginning of flight operations at Berlin-Brandenburg International has been postponed indefinitely!

News

New publication

An article about the analysis of a cytokinin-responsive gene of Arabidopsis thaliana encoding a novel F-box protein regulating sterol biosynthesis has been published in Journal of Experimental Botany.
May 2017

New publication

A report about constitutively active mutants of the cytokinin receptors AHK2 und AHK3 and their impact on organ size, flowering time, and plant longevity has been published in Plant Physiology.
March 2017

New publication

An article about the role of the transcription factor ERF105 in freezing tolerance and cold acclimation has been published in Plant Cell and Environment.
January 2017

Krolow Award 2016

The Krolow Award 2016 was given to Dr. Anne Cortleven for her work about the role of Cytokinin in the plant response to high light stress.
November 2016
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