The following applies to research projects in the core university including pre-clinic during emergency mode: No new research projects are to be started, experiments and other work must be terminated or interrupted unless they can be carried out in the home office (e.g. evaluations, preparation of publications, project applications). This does not apply to work that directly serves to help overcome the corona pandemic.
Where emergency care for living organisms or maintenance and function control of technical equipment and long-term experiments are required on site, these must be ensured with a minimum of staff.
The persons who carry out these tasks must be appointed with their full name provided and they require access authorisation.
Supporting facilities (e.g. Animal Research Centre) are also reducing their operations as far as this is possible with regard to the minimum care for living organisms and the safety of technical facilities. This means, in particular, that no new broods will be started at the Animal Research Centre. The core facilities of the Medical Faculty will largely suspend operation.
Detailed information, especially on the offers of individual funding institutions and on the handling of new projects, are available on the website of Res.Ul