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Luminescent nanocrystals: BAM develops methods for quantitative measurements of luminescent materials
The Bundesanstalt für Materialforschung und -prüfung (BAM) is developing reliable measurement methods for luminescent materials and thus closing an important gap.
The use of artificial intelligence could help in the development of alternative and climate-friendly materials. A team from BAM has developed an app that provides intuitive access. It could help to save CO2 in other areas as well.
3D printing in space: BAM and TU Clausthal test additive manufacturing under lunar and Martian gravity
Together with the Clausthal University of Technology, BAM is researching the possibility of using additive manufacturing in weightlessness to produce components, spare parts or tools as required. Now it has succeeded in printing with material that would be available on site - lunar dust.
The project FALCONESS connects young female scientists from different disciplines for more sustainable construction in Africa. The project is coordinated by BAM and the University of Lagos in Nigeria.
CO2 reduction: BAM research targets the production of useful chemicals by conversion of the climate gas
With the help of bacteria, versatile chemicals can be obtained from the harmful climate gas CO2. In a new research project, BAM is testing new materials to make the method more cost-effective and quickly scalable.
A team at BAM has succeeded in measuring internal stresses non-destructively on complex components produced using 3D printing - a key to improving production processes.
Fuels such as kerosene or diesel can be contaminated by fungi or bacteria. So far, detection methods have been time-consuming: the evaluation takes up to four days.
BAM coordinates "Safety and Acceptance" cluster in the Federal Government's Hydrogen Research Network
Dr. Kai Holtappels from the Bundesanstalt für Materialforschung und -prüfung (BAM) coordinates the "Safety and Acceptance" cluster in the new hydrogen research network of the Federal Government.
A new project is launched at BAM. Its aim is to store building data securely and efficiently and to create the basis for assessing the safety of bridges, tunnels and other buildings efficiently and without high additional costs.
At BAM, numerous female scientists research and work in a wide variety of fields. They tell why they have chosen a career in (natural) sciences and what advice they would give to girls and women.