Institute
History

History

RADIATION RESEARCH IN HERRENHAUSEN

2015Appointment of a second institute professorship: Prof. Dr. G. Steinhauser
2012Head of the Institute for Radioecology and Radiation Protection by Prof. Dr. C. Walther
2010The Centre for Radiation Protection and Radioecology (ZSR) is renamed the Institute for Radioecology and Radiation Protection (IRS).
2007Takeover of Villa Maatsch for use by the Centre for Radiation Protection and Radioecology
1994Merger of the Central Facility for Radiation Protection (ZfS), the Lower Saxony Institute for Radioecology (NIR) and the Isotope Laboratory of the University of Hanover into the Centre for Radiation Protection and Radioecology (ZSR) under the direction of Prof. Dr. R. Michel.
1991-96Head of the Institute of Biophysics and Isotope Laboratory by Prof. Dr. R. Hedrich
1985-91Head of the Institute of Biophysics and Isotope Laboratory by Prof. Dr. E.G. Niemann
1985Emeritus of Prof. Dr.-Ing. Glubrecht 
1984Foundation of the Lower Saxony Institute for Radioecology (NIR) at the University of Hanover, headed by Prof. Dr. W. Kühn
1973Renaming as Institute of Biophysics and Isotope Laboratory 
1970Prof. Dr.-Ing Glubrecht becomes Director of the Institute for Radiation Research and the Isotope Laboratory 
1967Foundation of the External Institute for Radiation Botany of the Society for Radiation and Environmental Research 
1963Completion of building 4113 
1960Start of construction work for the new institute 
1959Creation of the Chair of Radiation Biology 
1957Start of radiation research in Herrenhausen by providing rooms for Prof. Dr.-Ing. H. Glubrecht