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#Girls´Day #Jepp # Research at BAM certainly is exciting

15 years of Girls'Day – Girls'Day and the Federal Institute for Materials Research and Testing (BAM) have been partners for over 10 years. BAM‘s scientists will take 40 girls on a journey into the wonderful world of research into safety in technology and chemistry. They will do simple experiments to understand how fibre optic sensors are used for monitoring structures. We will show them the tests which containers must withstand to be considered safe for transport of dangerous substances. They will learn to print bones with a 3D printer and see whether they are as strong as their own bones.
Press release 7/2015 | Picture gallery

Dr.-Ing. Cynthia Morais Gomes is nominated 'Engineer Powerwoman'

The winner of the 2015 Engineer Powerwoman competition was announced at the WoMenPower conference of the Hannover Messe. BAM scientist Dr.-Ing. Cynthia Morais Gomes was one of the three women scientists nominated for the award. The Deutsche Messe AG is conferring the "Engineer Powerwoman" career award worth € 5000 for the third time. The award honours a woman who has set innovative trends or significantly advanced the engineering environment of her business through her commitment and work.
Press release 6/2015

Everything online: BAM at the HANNOVER MESSE

At the HANNOVER MESSE, the Federal Institute for Materials Research and Testing (BAM) will be presenting various online methods for analysing such things as high-temperature melting, sewage sludge ash and monitoring offshore wind turbine structural foundations. You can find BAM’s booth A02 in Hall 2. BAM sets safety standards worldwide. Safety creates markets.
Press release 5/2015 | Picture gallery (in German)

Gabriel visits the Federal Institute for Materials Research and Testing

Federal Minister for Economic Affairs and Energy, Sigmar Gabriel, visited the Federal Institute for Materials Research and Testing (BAM). "The safety of products and processes in technology and chemistry generates important added value for our German industry as it helps build citizens’ confidence in new technologies. BAM sets high standards for products that are "Made in Germany" for German and global markets", said the minister while touring BAM.
Press release 4/2015 | Picture gallery

Van Gogh‘s yellow stays!

The Swedish petition on banning cadmium in artist's paints finds no support within the European Chemicals Agency. The petitioner calculates that 110 kg out of the 7.4 tonnes cadmium being released into the environment stem from artist’s paints. This is so little that both committees, RAC and SEAC, have opposed a ban on cadmium yellow as an artist’s colour.
Press release 2/2015

Amended German translation of the Recommendations on the Transport of Dangerous Goods has been published

The corrected and revised 2015 version of the German translation of the Recommendations on the Transport of Dangerous Goods – Manual of Tests and Criteria – 5th revised edition, New York and Geneva 2009, prepared by the Federal Institute for Materials Research and Testing (BAM) is now available.
Download | Press release 1/2015


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TES - Technical Safety - Dangerous Goods Containments

BAM TTS - BAM Test Site Technical Safety (in German)

EBPG - Ecodesign requirements for energy-using products (in German)

PCP - Product Contact Point

Nano - Nanotechnology at BAM

N.i.Ke - Preservation of cultural assets in Germany (in German)

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SALSA School of Analytical Sciences Adlershof

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