ChemDiv and Jacobs University Announce Strategic Partnership in Drug Discovery
San Diego, CA USA / Bremen, Germany – August 11, 2022. ChemDiv Inc and Jacobs University Bremen (JUB) announce a strategic partnership focused on drug discovery.
SIT joins the Open-Source science initiative
At SIT we are driven by a common purpose: tackling the world’s main problems through science, education, and next-generation technology
Professor Fabio Pammolli To Become New President Of Jacobs University
At its meeting on December 14, 2021, Jacobs University's Board of Governors appointed Professor Fabio Pammolli as the international university's new President and Chairman of the Executive Board. 
Acquisition Of Majority Stake In Jacobs University By SIT Completed
The acquisition of the majority shares in Jacobs University Bremen gGmbH by Schaffhausen Institute of Technology Genossenschaft (SIT), announced on September 23, 2021, has been formally completed.
Insights Into the World of Tomorrow
World-renowned science, technology and business experts will lead discussions on December 15 and 16, 2021, during SIT and JUB Insights in Technology Conference 2021, available both online and on-campus at the Jacobs University in Bremen.
Schaffhausen Institute of Technology (SIT) becomes the main shareholder in Jacobs University Bremen (JUB)
Schaffhausen Institute of Technology (SIT) has announced it has become the main shareholder in Jacobs University Bremen.
Professor Wolfgang Wahlster, Pioneer of AI in Germany, Joins Schaffhausen Institute of Technology Advisory Board
Wolfgang Wahlster, a professor and pioneer of AI in Germany, will join SIT´s Strategic Advisory Board.
Testing the Power of Quantum Computers: Quantum Legend Gisin Publishes New Paper
Quantum expert Prof. Nicolas Gisin publishes a new paper in npj Quantum Information, presenting results on the abilities and limitations of quantum computers.
Prof. Nicolas Gisin Co-publishes Paper Demonstrating Power of Quantum Computing
The paper notes the importance of quantum communication not only at large scales, but also in chips, similarly to classical communication.
Prof. Nicolas Gisin Invited to Speak on Trends of Quantum Computing
On Friday, June 18, Gisin joins the European Academy of Sciences and Arts to talk about the challenges of revolutionary technology.