Pictures found: 1763 « Site: of 37 » magnifier onshow detailsPictures per page: [ 4896192 ]
60101170.jpg
Headline:
Physicist Viola Priesemann
Caption:
Viola Priesemann in front of the blackboard in a seminar room of the Max Planck Institute in Göttingen. On the board there are formulas that Priesemann wrote down beforehand (for the photo session). Unfortunately, I don't know what the formula is called, but it has something to do with the spread of the coronavirus. Viola Priesemann studied physics and neuroscience. After studying at the Technical University of Darmstadt, she conducted research on neuronal information processing at the École normal supérieure in Paris, at Caltech in California and the Max Planck Institute for Brain Research in Frankfurt. In 2013 she received her doctorate in physics from the University of Frankfurt. In her doctoral thesis, Priesemann dealt with the dynamics of propagation in neural networks and the role of phase transitions for information processing [1] [2]. After working as a postdoc with Theo Geisel, she became a fellow at the Bernstein Center for Computational Neuroscience Göttingen in 2014 and successfully applied for an independent Max Planck research group in 2015, which she currently heads at the Max Planck Institute for Dynamics and Self-Organization in Göttingen. Viola Priesemann is a Fellow of the Elisabeth Schiemann College [3] and a member of the Cluster of Excellence Multiscale Bioimaging [4].
Copyright:
Julia Steinigeweg / Agentur Focus
Picture date:
20.05.2021
60101117.jpg
Headline:
Johan Rockstroem
Caption:
Johan Rockström (born December 31, 1965) is a Swedish resilience researcher who is best known for his work on planetary boundaries. Clarivate Analytics counts him among the most cited researchers in the world. Julia Steinigeweg / Agentur Focus
Copyright:
Julia Steinigeweg / Agentur Focus
Picture date:
10.05.2021
60101116.jpg
Headline:
Johan Rockstroem
Caption:
Johan Rockström (born December 31, 1965) is a Swedish resilience researcher who is best known for his work on planetary boundaries. Clarivate Analytics counts him among the most cited researchers in the world. Julia Steinigeweg / Agentur Focus
Copyright:
Julia Steinigeweg / Agentur Focus
Picture date:
10.05.2021
60101115.jpg
Headline:
Johan Rockstroem
Caption:
Johan Rockström (born December 31, 1965) is a Swedish resilience researcher who is best known for his work on planetary boundaries. Clarivate Analytics counts him among the most cited researchers in the world. Julia Steinigeweg / Agentur Focus
Copyright:
Julia Steinigeweg / Agentur Focus
Picture date:
10.05.2021
60101114.jpg
Headline:
Johan Rockstroem
Caption:
Johan Rockström (born December 31, 1965) is a Swedish resilience researcher who is best known for his work on planetary boundaries. Clarivate Analytics counts him among the most cited researchers in the world. Julia Steinigeweg / Agentur Focus
Copyright:
Julia Steinigeweg / Agentur Focus
Picture date:
10.05.2021
60101113.jpg
Headline:
Johan Rockstroem
Caption:
Johan Rockström (born December 31, 1965) is a Swedish resilience researcher who is best known for his work on planetary boundaries. Clarivate Analytics counts him among the most cited researchers in the world. Julia Steinigeweg / Agentur Focus
Copyright:
Julia Steinigeweg / Agentur Focus
Picture date:
10.05.2021
60101112.jpg
Headline:
Johan Rockstroem
Caption:
Johan Rockström (born December 31, 1965) is a Swedish resilience researcher who is best known for his work on planetary boundaries. Clarivate Analytics counts him among the most cited researchers in the world. Julia Steinigeweg / Agentur Focus
Copyright:
Julia Steinigeweg / Agentur Focus
Picture date:
10.05.2021
60101111.jpg
Headline:
Johan Rockstroem
Caption:
Johan Rockström (born December 31, 1965) is a Swedish resilience researcher who is best known for his work on planetary boundaries. Clarivate Analytics counts him among the most cited researchers in the world. Julia Steinigeweg / Agentur Focus
Copyright:
Julia Steinigeweg / Agentur Focus
Picture date:
10.05.2021
60101108.jpg
Headline:
Dirk Hohnsträter, cultural scientist and consumer researcher
Caption:
In autumn, Brandstätter Verlag will publish a book by Dirk Hohnsträter, cultural scientist and consumer researcher, in which he deals with the topic of quality (mainly related to goods, goods, consumption) Julia Steinigeweg / Agentur Focus
Copyright:
Julia Steinigeweg / Agentur Focus
Picture date:
20.03.2021
60101107.jpg
Headline:
Dirk Hohnsträter, cultural scientist and consumer researcher
Caption:
In autumn, Brandstätter Verlag will publish a book by Dirk Hohnsträter, cultural scientist and consumer researcher, in which he deals with the topic of quality (mainly related to goods, goods, consumption) Julia Steinigeweg / Agentur Focus
Copyright:
Julia Steinigeweg / Agentur Focus
Picture date:
20.03.2021
60101106.jpg
Headline:
Dirk Hohnsträter, cultural scientist and consumer researcher
Caption:
In autumn, Brandstätter Verlag will publish a book by Dirk Hohnsträter, cultural scientist and consumer researcher, in which he deals with the topic of quality (mainly related to goods, goods, consumption) Julia Steinigeweg / Agentur Focus
Copyright:
Julia Steinigeweg / Agentur Focus
Picture date:
20.03.2021
60101105.jpg
Headline:
Dirk Hohnsträter, cultural scientist and consumer researcher
Caption:
In autumn, Brandstätter Verlag will publish a book by Dirk Hohnsträter, cultural scientist and consumer researcher, in which he deals with the topic of quality (mainly related to goods, goods, consumption) Julia Steinigeweg / Agentur Focus
Copyright:
Julia Steinigeweg / Agentur Focus
Picture date:
20.03.2021
60101104.jpg
Headline:
Dirk Hohnsträter, cultural scientist and consumer researcher
Caption:
In autumn, Brandstätter Verlag will publish a book by Dirk Hohnsträter, cultural scientist and consumer researcher, in which he deals with the topic of quality (mainly related to goods, goods, consumption) Julia Steinigeweg / Agentur Focus
Copyright:
Julia Steinigeweg / Agentur Focus
Picture date:
20.03.2021
60101103.jpg
Headline:
Dirk Hohnsträter, cultural scientist and consumer researcher
Caption:
In autumn, Brandstätter Verlag will publish a book by Dirk Hohnsträter, cultural scientist and consumer researcher, in which he deals with the topic of quality (mainly related to goods, goods, consumption) Julia Steinigeweg / Agentur Focus
Copyright:
Julia Steinigeweg / Agentur Focus
Picture date:
20.03.2021
60101102.jpg
Headline:
Dirk Hohnsträter, cultural scientist and consumer researcher
Caption:
In autumn, Brandstätter Verlag will publish a book by Dirk Hohnsträter, cultural scientist and consumer researcher, in which he deals with the topic of quality (mainly related to goods, goods, consumption) Julia Steinigeweg / Agentur Focus
Copyright:
Julia Steinigeweg / Agentur Focus
Picture date:
20.03.2021
60101101.jpg
Headline:
Dirk Hohnsträter, cultural scientist and consumer researcher
Caption:
In autumn, Brandstätter Verlag will publish a book by Dirk Hohnsträter, cultural scientist and consumer researcher, in which he deals with the topic of quality (mainly related to goods, goods, consumption) Julia Steinigeweg / Agentur Focus
Copyright:
Julia Steinigeweg / Agentur Focus
Picture date:
20.03.2021
60101100.jpg
Headline:
Dirk Hohnsträter, cultural scientist and consumer researcher
Caption:
In autumn, Brandstätter Verlag will publish a book by Dirk Hohnsträter, cultural scientist and consumer researcher, in which he deals with the topic of quality (mainly related to goods, goods, consumption) Julia Steinigeweg / Agentur Focus
Copyright:
Julia Steinigeweg / Agentur Focus
Picture date:
20.03.2021
60101099.jpg
Headline:
Dirk Hohnsträter, cultural scientist and consumer researcher
Caption:
In autumn, Brandstätter Verlag will publish a book by Dirk Hohnsträter, cultural scientist and consumer researcher, in which he deals with the topic of quality (mainly related to goods, goods, consumption) Julia Steinigeweg / Agentur Focus
Copyright:
Julia Steinigeweg / Agentur Focus
Picture date:
20.03.2021
60101098.jpg
Headline:
Dirk Hohnsträter, cultural scientist and consumer researcher
Caption:
In autumn, Brandstätter Verlag will publish a book by Dirk Hohnsträter, cultural scientist and consumer researcher, in which he deals with the topic of quality (mainly related to goods, goods, consumption) Julia Steinigeweg / Agentur Focus
Copyright:
Julia Steinigeweg / Agentur Focus
Picture date:
20.03.2021
60101097.jpg
Headline:
Dirk Hohnsträter, cultural scientist and consumer researcher
Caption:
In autumn, Brandstätter Verlag will publish a book by Dirk Hohnsträter, cultural scientist and consumer researcher, in which he deals with the topic of quality (mainly related to goods, goods, consumption) Julia Steinigeweg / Agentur Focus
Copyright:
Julia Steinigeweg / Agentur Focus
Picture date:
20.03.2021
60101174.jpg
Headline:
physicist
Caption:
Physicist Viola Priesemann in front of the outdoor stable of the three Icelandic ponies, which she takes care of as part of a riding participation (she is not the owner of the Icelandic ponies). The Icelandic ponies are not the only animals she takes care of. She also rides in another stable and has a riding participation there as well. Viola Priesemann studied physics and neuroscience. After studying at the Technical University of Darmstadt, she conducted research on neuronal information processing at the École normal supérieure in Paris, at Caltech in California and the Max Planck Institute for Brain Research in Frankfurt. In 2013 she received her doctorate in physics from the University of Frankfurt. In her doctoral thesis, Priesemann dealt with the dynamics of propagation in neural networks and the role of phase transitions for information processing [1] [2]. After working as a postdoc with Theo Geisel, she became a fellow at the Bernstein Center for Computational Neuroscience Göttingen in 2014 and successfully applied for an independent Max Planck research group in 2015, which she currently heads at the Max Planck Institute for Dynamics and Self-Organization in Göttingen. Viola Priesemann is a Fellow of the Elisabeth Schiemann College [3] and a member of the Cluster of Excellence Multiscale Bioimaging [4].
Copyright:
Julia Steinigeweg / Agentur Focus
Picture date:
10.03.2021
60101161.jpg
Headline:
Prof. Dr. Christian Drosten
Caption:
Prof. Dr. Christian Drosten, Head of the Global Health Unit and Director of the Institute for Virology, on the grounds of the Berlin Charite on his bike or in an office within the Virology department. Julia Steinigeweg / Agentur Focus
Copyright:
Julia Steinigeweg / Agentur Focus
Picture date:
21.01.2021
60101159.jpg
Headline:
Prof. Dr. Christian Drosten
Caption:
Prof. Dr. Christian Drosten, Head of the Global Health Unit and Director of the Institute for Virology, on the grounds of the Berlin Charite on his bike or in an office within the Virology department. Julia Steinigeweg / Agentur Focus
Copyright:
Julia Steinigeweg / Agentur Focus
Picture date:
21.01.2021
60101158.jpg
Headline:
Prof. Dr. Christian Drosten
Caption:
Prof. Dr. Christian Drosten, Head of the Global Health Unit and Director of the Institute for Virology, on the grounds of the Berlin Charite on his bike or in an office within the Virology department. Julia Steinigeweg / Agentur Focus
Copyright:
Julia Steinigeweg / Agentur Focus
Picture date:
21.01.2021
60101157.jpg
Headline:
Prof. Dr. Christian Drosten
Caption:
Prof. Dr. Christian Drosten, Head of the Global Health Unit and Director of the Institute for Virology, on the grounds of the Berlin Charite on his bike or in an office within the Virology department. Julia Steinigeweg / Agentur Focus
Copyright:
Julia Steinigeweg / Agentur Focus
Picture date:
21.01.2021
60101165.jpg
Headline:
Prof. Dr. Christian Drosten
Caption:
Prof. Dr. Christian Drosten, Head of the Global Health Unit and Director of the Institute for Virology, on the grounds of the Berlin Charite on his bike or in an office within the Virology department. Julia Steinigeweg / Agentur Focus
Copyright:
Julia Steinigeweg / Agentur Focus
Picture date:
20.01.2021
60101163.jpg
Headline:
Prof. Dr. Christian Drosten
Caption:
Prof. Dr. Christian Drosten, Head of the Global Health Unit and Director of the Institute for Virology, on the grounds of the Berlin Charite on his bike or in an office within the Virology department. Julia Steinigeweg / Agentur Focus
Copyright:
Julia Steinigeweg / Agentur Focus
Picture date:
20.01.2021
60101162.jpg
Headline:
Prof. Dr. Christian Drosten
Caption:
Prof. Dr. Christian Drosten, Head of the Global Health Unit and Director of the Institute for Virology, on the grounds of the Berlin Charite on his bike or in an office within the Virology department. Julia Steinigeweg / Agentur Focus
Copyright:
Julia Steinigeweg / Agentur Focus
Picture date:
20.01.2021
60101160.jpg
Headline:
Prof. Dr. Christian Drosten
Caption:
Prof. Dr. Christian Drosten, Head of the Global Health Unit and Director of the Institute for Virology, on the grounds of the Berlin Charite on his bike or in an office within the Virology department. Julia Steinigeweg / Agentur Focus
Copyright:
Julia Steinigeweg / Agentur Focus
Picture date:
20.01.2021
60101173.jpg
Headline:
physicist
Caption:
Viola Priesemann studied physics and neuroscience. After studying at the Technical University of Darmstadt, she conducted research on neuronal information processing at the École normal supérieure in Paris, at Caltech in California and the Max Planck Institute for Brain Research in Frankfurt. In 2013 she received her doctorate in physics from the University of Frankfurt. In her doctoral thesis, Priesemann dealt with the dynamics of propagation in neural networks and the role of phase transitions for information processing [1] [2]. After working as a postdoc with Theo Geisel, she became a fellow at the Bernstein Center for Computational Neuroscience Göttingen in 2014 and successfully applied for an independent Max Planck research group in 2015, which she currently heads at the Max Planck Institute for Dynamics and Self-Organization in Göttingen. Viola Priesemann is a Fellow of the Elisabeth Schiemann College [3] and a member of the Cluster of Excellence Multiscale Bioimaging [4].
Copyright:
Julia Steinigeweg / Agentur Focus
Picture date:
19.01.2021
60101172.jpg
Headline:
physicist
Caption:
Viola Priesemann studied physics and neuroscience. After studying at the Technical University of Darmstadt, she conducted research on neuronal information processing at the École normal supérieure in Paris, at Caltech in California and the Max Planck Institute for Brain Research in Frankfurt. In 2013 she received her doctorate in physics from the University of Frankfurt. In her doctoral thesis, Priesemann dealt with the dynamics of propagation in neural networks and the role of phase transitions for information processing [1] [2]. After working as a postdoc with Theo Geisel, she became a fellow at the Bernstein Center for Computational Neuroscience Göttingen in 2014 and successfully applied for an independent Max Planck research group in 2015, which she currently heads at the Max Planck Institute for Dynamics and Self-Organization in Göttingen. Viola Priesemann is a Fellow of the Elisabeth Schiemann College [3] and a member of the Cluster of Excellence Multiscale Bioimaging [4].
Copyright:
Julia Steinigeweg / Agentur Focus
Picture date:
19.01.2021
60101171.jpg
Headline:
physicist
Caption:
Viola Priesemann studied physics and neuroscience. After studying at the Technical University of Darmstadt, she conducted research on neuronal information processing at the École normal supérieure in Paris, at Caltech in California and the Max Planck Institute for Brain Research in Frankfurt. In 2013 she received her doctorate in physics from the University of Frankfurt. In her doctoral thesis, Priesemann dealt with the dynamics of propagation in neural networks and the role of phase transitions for information processing [1] [2]. After working as a postdoc with Theo Geisel, she became a fellow at the Bernstein Center for Computational Neuroscience Göttingen in 2014 and successfully applied for an independent Max Planck research group in 2015, which she currently heads at the Max Planck Institute for Dynamics and Self-Organization in Göttingen. Viola Priesemann is a Fellow of the Elisabeth Schiemann College [3] and a member of the Cluster of Excellence Multiscale Bioimaging [4].
Copyright:
Julia Steinigeweg / Agentur Focus
Picture date:
19.01.2021
60101168.jpg
Headline:
physicist
Caption:
Viola Priesemann studied physics and neuroscience. After studying at the Technical University of Darmstadt, she conducted research on neuronal information processing at the École normal supérieure in Paris, at Caltech in California and the Max Planck Institute for Brain Research in Frankfurt. In 2013 she received her doctorate in physics from the University of Frankfurt. In her doctoral thesis, Priesemann dealt with the dynamics of propagation in neural networks and the role of phase transitions for information processing [1] [2]. After working as a postdoc with Theo Geisel, she became a fellow at the Bernstein Center for Computational Neuroscience Göttingen in 2014 and successfully applied for an independent Max Planck research group in 2015, which she currently heads at the Max Planck Institute for Dynamics and Self-Organization in Göttingen. Viola Priesemann is a Fellow of the Elisabeth Schiemann College [3] and a member of the Cluster of Excellence Multiscale Bioimaging [4].
Copyright:
Julia Steinigeweg / Agentur Focus
Picture date:
19.01.2021
60101175.jpg
Headline:
physicist
Caption:
Physicist Viola Priesemann in front of the outdoor stable of the three Icelandic ponies, which she takes care of as part of a riding participation (she is not the owner of the Icelandic ponies). The Icelandic ponies are not the only animals she takes care of. She also rides in another stable and has a riding participation there as well. Viola Priesemann studied physics and neuroscience. After studying at the Technical University of Darmstadt, she conducted research on neuronal information processing at the École normal supérieure in Paris, at Caltech in California and the Max Planck Institute for Brain Research in Frankfurt. In 2013 she received her doctorate in physics from the University of Frankfurt. In her doctoral thesis, Priesemann dealt with the dynamics of propagation in neural networks and the role of phase transitions for information processing [1] [2]. After working as a postdoc with Theo Geisel, she became a fellow at the Bernstein Center for Computational Neuroscience Göttingen in 2014 and successfully applied for an independent Max Planck research group in 2015, which she currently heads at the Max Planck Institute for Dynamics and Self-Organization in Göttingen. Viola Priesemann is a Fellow of the Elisabeth Schiemann College [3] and a member of the Cluster of Excellence Multiscale Bioimaging [4].
Copyright:
Julia Steinigeweg / Agentur Focus
Picture date:
11.01.2021
60101169.jpg
Headline:
Physicist Viola Priesemann
Caption:
Physicist Viola Priesemann in front of the outdoor stable of the three Icelandic ponies, which she takes care of as part of a riding participation (she is not the owner of the Icelandic ponies). The Icelandic ponies are not the only animals she takes care of. She also rides in another stable and has a riding participation there as well. Viola Priesemann studied physics and neuroscience. After studying at the Technical University of Darmstadt, she conducted research on neuronal information processing at the École normal supérieure in Paris, at Caltech in California and the Max Planck Institute for Brain Research in Frankfurt. In 2013 she received her doctorate in physics from the University of Frankfurt. In her doctoral thesis, Priesemann dealt with the dynamics of propagation in neural networks and the role of phase transitions for information processing [1] [2]. After working as a postdoc with Theo Geisel, she became a fellow at the Bernstein Center for Computational Neuroscience Göttingen in 2014 and successfully applied for an independent Max Planck research group in 2015, which she currently heads at the Max Planck Institute for Dynamics and Self-Organization in Göttingen. Viola Priesemann is a Fellow of the Elisabeth Schiemann College [3] and a member of the Cluster of Excellence Multiscale Bioimaging [4].
Copyright:
Julia Steinigeweg / Agentur Focus
Picture date:
15.12.2020
60101167.jpg
Headline:
Physicist Viola Priesemann
Caption:
Physicist Viola Priesemann in front of the outdoor stable of the three Icelandic ponies, which she takes care of as part of a riding participation (she is not the owner of the Icelandic ponies). The Icelandic ponies are not the only animals she takes care of. She also rides in another stable and has a riding participation there as well. Viola Priesemann studied physics and neuroscience. After studying at the Technical University of Darmstadt, she conducted research on neuronal information processing at the École normal supérieure in Paris, at Caltech in California and the Max Planck Institute for Brain Research in Frankfurt. In 2013 she received her doctorate in physics from the University of Frankfurt. In her doctoral thesis, Priesemann dealt with the dynamics of propagation in neural networks and the role of phase transitions for information processing [1] [2]. After working as a postdoc with Theo Geisel, she became a fellow at the Bernstein Center for Computational Neuroscience Göttingen in 2014 and successfully applied for an independent Max Planck research group in 2015, which she currently heads at the Max Planck Institute for Dynamics and Self-Organization in Göttingen. Viola Priesemann is a Fellow of the Elisabeth Schiemann College [3] and a member of the Cluster of Excellence Multiscale Bioimaging [4].
Copyright:
Julia Steinigeweg / Agentur Focus
Picture date:
15.12.2020
60101166.jpg
Headline:
Physicist Viola Priesemann
Caption:
Viola Priesemann in front of the blackboard in a seminar room of the Max Planck Institute in Göttingen. On the board there are formulas that Priesemann wrote down beforehand (for the photo session). Unfortunately, I don't know what the formula is called, but it has something to do with the spread of the coronavirus. Viola Priesemann studied physics and neuroscience. After studying at the Technical University of Darmstadt, she conducted research on neuronal information processing at the École normal supérieure in Paris, at Caltech in California and the Max Planck Institute for Brain Research in Frankfurt. In 2013 she received her doctorate in physics from the University of Frankfurt. In her doctoral thesis, Priesemann dealt with the dynamics of propagation in neural networks and the role of phase transitions for information processing [1] [2]. After working as a postdoc with Theo Geisel, she became a fellow at the Bernstein Center for Computational Neuroscience Göttingen in 2014 and successfully applied for an independent Max Planck research group in 2015, which she currently heads at the Max Planck Institute for Dynamics and Self-Organization in Göttingen. Viola Priesemann is a Fellow of the Elisabeth Schiemann College [3] and a member of the Cluster of Excellence Multiscale Bioimaging [4].
Copyright:
Julia Steinigeweg / Agentur Focus
Picture date:
15.12.2020
60101164.jpg
Headline:
Physicist Viola Priesemann
Caption:
Physicist Viola Priesemann in front of the outdoor stable of the three Icelandic ponies, which she takes care of as part of a riding participation (she is not the owner of the Icelandic ponies). The Icelandic ponies are not the only animals she takes care of. She also rides in another stable and has a riding participation there as well. Viola Priesemann studied physics and neuroscience. After studying at the Technical University of Darmstadt, she conducted research on neuronal information processing at the École normal supérieure in Paris, at Caltech in California and the Max Planck Institute for Brain Research in Frankfurt. In 2013 she received her doctorate in physics from the University of Frankfurt. In her doctoral thesis, Priesemann dealt with the dynamics of propagation in neural networks and the role of phase transitions for information processing [1] [2]. After working as a postdoc with Theo Geisel, she became a fellow at the Bernstein Center for Computational Neuroscience Göttingen in 2014 and successfully applied for an independent Max Planck research group in 2015, which she currently heads at the Max Planck Institute for Dynamics and Self-Organization in Göttingen. Viola Priesemann is a Fellow of the Elisabeth Schiemann College [3] and a member of the Cluster of Excellence Multiscale Bioimaging [4].
Copyright:
Julia Steinigeweg / Agentur Focus
Picture date:
15.12.2020
60097427.jpg
Headline:
New corona rapid test center in a tequila bar in downtown Frankfurt.
Caption:
New corona rapid test center in a tequila bar in downtown Frankfurt. Dr Antoni is a dentist and was previously a nurse and medical assistant.Together with friends and investors, they have expanded the Tequila Cantia y Bar, which is now closed due to the Corona measures, into a rapid test center in the small Hirschgraben in downtown Frankfurt. Mrs. Wenzel is a naturopath and paramedic. Anne is a holistic life style coach. a medical student and a medical assistant complete the team. "Where Corona beer was previously served, Corona is now being tested." Says Ms. Wenzel. They are hoping for the biggest deal, especially before Christmas, when everyone wants to be certain before visiting their families. © BerndHartung / Agency Focus
Copyright:
© BerndHartung / Agency Focus
Picture date:
05.12.2020
60097426.jpg
Headline:
New corona rapid test center in a tequila bar in downtown Frankfurt.
Caption:
New corona rapid test center in a tequila bar in downtown Frankfurt. Dr Antoni is a dentist and was previously a nurse and medical assistant.Together with friends and investors, they have expanded the Tequila Cantia y Bar, which is now closed due to the Corona measures, into a rapid test center in the small Hirschgraben in downtown Frankfurt. Mrs. Wenzel is a naturopath and paramedic. Anne is a holistic life style coach. a medical student and a medical assistant complete the team. "Where Corona beer was previously served, Corona is now being tested." Says Ms. Wenzel. They are hoping for the biggest deal, especially before Christmas, when everyone wants to be certain before visiting their families. © BerndHartung / Agency Focus
Copyright:
© BerndHartung / Agency Focus
Picture date:
05.12.2020
60097425.jpg
Headline:
New corona rapid test center in a tequila bar in downtown Frankfurt.
Caption:
New corona rapid test center in a tequila bar in downtown Frankfurt. Dr Antoni is a dentist and was previously a nurse and medical assistant.Together with friends and investors, they have expanded the Tequila Cantia y Bar, which is now closed due to the Corona measures, into a rapid test center in the small Hirschgraben in downtown Frankfurt. Mrs. Wenzel is a naturopath and paramedic. Anne is a holistic life style coach. a medical student and a medical assistant complete the team. "Where Corona beer was previously served, Corona is now being tested." Says Ms. Wenzel. They are hoping for the biggest deal, especially before Christmas, when everyone wants to be certain before visiting their families. © BerndHartung / Agency Focus
Copyright:
© BerndHartung / Agency Focus
Picture date:
05.12.2020
60097424.jpg
Headline:
New corona rapid test center in a tequila bar in downtown Frankfurt.
Caption:
New corona rapid test center in a tequila bar in downtown Frankfurt. Dr Antoni is a dentist and was previously a nurse and medical assistant.Together with friends and investors, they have expanded the Tequila Cantia y Bar, which is now closed due to the Corona measures, into a rapid test center in the small Hirschgraben in downtown Frankfurt. Mrs. Wenzel is a naturopath and paramedic. Anne is a holistic life style coach. a medical student and a medical assistant complete the team. "Where Corona beer was previously served, Corona is now being tested." Says Ms. Wenzel. They are hoping for the biggest deal, especially before Christmas, when everyone wants to be certain before visiting their families. © BerndHartung / Agency Focus
Copyright:
© BerndHartung / Agency Focus
Picture date:
05.12.2020
60097423.jpg
Headline:
New corona rapid test center in a tequila bar in downtown Frankfurt.
Caption:
New corona rapid test center in a tequila bar in downtown Frankfurt. Dr Antoni is a dentist and was previously a nurse and medical assistant.Together with friends and investors, they have expanded the Tequila Cantia y Bar, which is now closed due to the Corona measures, into a rapid test center in the small Hirschgraben in downtown Frankfurt. Mrs. Wenzel is a naturopath and paramedic. Anne is a holistic life style coach. a medical student and a medical assistant complete the team. "Where Corona beer was previously served, Corona is now being tested." Says Ms. Wenzel. They are hoping for the biggest deal, especially before Christmas, when everyone wants to be certain before visiting their families. © BerndHartung / Agency Focus
Copyright:
© BerndHartung / Agency Focus
Picture date:
05.12.2020
60097422.jpg
Headline:
New corona rapid test center in a tequila bar in downtown Frankfurt.
Caption:
New corona rapid test center in a tequila bar in downtown Frankfurt. Dr Antoni is a dentist and was previously a nurse and medical assistant.Together with friends and investors, they have expanded the Tequila Cantia y Bar, which is now closed due to the Corona measures, into a rapid test center in the small Hirschgraben in downtown Frankfurt. Mrs. Wenzel is a naturopath and paramedic. Anne is a holistic life style coach. a medical student and a medical assistant complete the team. "Where Corona beer was previously served, Corona is now being tested." Says Ms. Wenzel. They are hoping for the biggest deal, especially before Christmas, when everyone wants to be certain before visiting their families. © BerndHartung / Agency Focus
Copyright:
© BerndHartung / Agency Focus
Picture date:
05.12.2020
60097421.jpg
Headline:
New corona rapid test center in a tequila bar in downtown Frankfurt.
Caption:
New corona rapid test center in a tequila bar in downtown Frankfurt. Dr Antoni is a dentist and was previously a nurse and medical assistant.Together with friends and investors, they have expanded the Tequila Cantia y Bar, which is now closed due to the Corona measures, into a rapid test center in the small Hirschgraben in downtown Frankfurt. Mrs. Wenzel is a naturopath and paramedic. Anne is a holistic life style coach. a medical student and a medical assistant complete the team. "Where Corona beer was previously served, Corona is now being tested." Says Ms. Wenzel. They are hoping for the biggest deal, especially before Christmas, when everyone wants to be certain before visiting their families. © BerndHartung / Agency Focus
Copyright:
© BerndHartung / Agency Focus
Picture date:
05.12.2020
60097420.jpg
Headline:
New corona rapid test center in a tequila bar in downtown Frankfurt.
Caption:
New corona rapid test center in a tequila bar in downtown Frankfurt. Dr Antoni is a dentist and was previously a nurse and medical assistant.Together with friends and investors, they have expanded the Tequila Cantia y Bar, which is now closed due to the Corona measures, into a rapid test center in the small Hirschgraben in downtown Frankfurt. Mrs. Wenzel is a naturopath and paramedic. Anne is a holistic life style coach. a medical student and a medical assistant complete the team. "Where Corona beer was previously served, Corona is now being tested." Says Ms. Wenzel. They are hoping for the biggest deal, especially before Christmas, when everyone wants to be certain before visiting their families. © BerndHartung / Agency Focus
Copyright:
© BerndHartung / Agency Focus
Picture date:
05.12.2020
60097419.jpg
Headline:
New corona rapid test center in a tequila bar in downtown Frankfurt.
Caption:
New corona rapid test center in a tequila bar in downtown Frankfurt. Dr Antoni is a dentist and was previously a nurse and medical assistant.Together with friends and investors, they have expanded the Tequila Cantia y Bar, which is now closed due to the Corona measures, into a rapid test center in the small Hirschgraben in downtown Frankfurt. Mrs. Wenzel is a naturopath and paramedic. Anne is a holistic life style coach. a medical student and a medical assistant complete the team. "Where Corona beer was previously served, Corona is now being tested." Says Ms. Wenzel. They are hoping for the biggest deal, especially before Christmas, when everyone wants to be certain before visiting their families. © BerndHartung / Agency Focus
Copyright:
© BerndHartung / Agency Focus
Picture date:
05.12.2020
60097418.jpg
Headline:
New corona rapid test center in a tequila bar in downtown Frankfurt.
Caption:
New corona rapid test center in a tequila bar in downtown Frankfurt. Dr Antoni is a dentist and was previously a nurse and medical assistant.Together with friends and investors, they have expanded the Tequila Cantia y Bar, which is now closed due to the Corona measures, into a rapid test center in the small Hirschgraben in downtown Frankfurt. Mrs. Wenzel is a naturopath and paramedic. Anne is a holistic life style coach. a medical student and a medical assistant complete the team. "Where Corona beer was previously served, Corona is now being tested." Says Ms. Wenzel. They are hoping for the biggest deal, especially before Christmas, when everyone wants to be certain before visiting their families. © BerndHartung / Agency Focus
Copyright:
© BerndHartung / Agency Focus
Picture date:
05.12.2020
1715
more images

Next page »
Pictures found: 1763 « Site: of 37 » magnifier onshow detailsPictures per page: [ 4896192 ]