Sexy Dresden Concept
German Research Centers in an advanced team play
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Excellence through Synergy, the best practice Dresden Concept
Oxford or Dresden or just both - ask your balanced score card. Weighted Innovation is essential for the economic development of every region in the world but only few can lead our whole wonderful planet in a sustainable partnership with all others. The Dresden Concept is a highly synergetic global player alliance of 32 regional research institutions, primarily the Technical University Dresden and public and public-private research institutes, many of which belong to the world's most impactful research institutions, such as Fraunhofer Society, Helmholtz Association, Leibniz Association and Max Planck Society. In the midst of Silicon Saxony and near the Elbe river, the Dresden Concept is located around TU Dresden and world-renowned State Art Collections which play their essential roles in the Dresden game. The local hero, a prime university of applied sciences is a fundamental part of the alliance as it is more regionally based in the corporate practice.
Global ranking of universities, public-private partnerships and public research institutions as measured by innovative output.
In their unique entirety German research societies belong to the most impactful in the world, comparable to only few others, mainly in China, the USA , Japan, Switzerland, the United Kingdom and France. As you can find in the submenu of the famous Nature Ranking a lot of world-leading institutes are based in the city of Dresden. Dresden is not only strong in the fundamental sciences but also home to a huge lot of Fraunhofer institutes which strive to put research results into the commercially applied practice. Thanks to the fact that no other city is home to more of such institutes, in many aspects even in absolute numbers, Dresden is sometimes called the German Fraunhofer capital but it's also a heavy weight in the Max Planck Society sphere, needless to say in regards of its glory Leibniz and Helmholtz institutes. Every second European microchip is made in Silicon Saxony.