Bastian Hülsmann featured on “Forschung & Lehre” article about Core Research Facilities

The article from “Forschung & Lehre” discusses the growing trend of shared research infrastructures, known as Core Facilities, at universities. These facilities centralize expensive and complex equipment, making them accessible to multiple researchers and external partners. This model promotes efficient use of resources, financial savings, and fosters interdisciplinary collaboration. The example of “core4u” at Johannes Gutenberg University in Mainz highlights how such initiatives support high-quality research and enhance cooperation within and beyond academic institutions, thus strengthening Germany’s position as a competitive research hub.

Thank you Bastian Hülsmann (SFB155 Service Project Z02) for highlighting such an important message!
For more details, visit the full article here (in German only).